Marston's

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    Single
    500ml
    $8.00
    Case of 8
    8 x 500ml
    $61.00
    Double Case
    16 x 500ml
    $119.00
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    Single
    500ml
    $9.00
    Case of 8
    8 x 500ml
    $69.00
    Double Case
    16 x 500ml
    $135.00
  • Learn more
    Single
    500ml
    $8.00
    Case of 8
    8 x 500ml
    $61.00
    Double Case
    16 x 500ml
    $119.00
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    Single
    500ml
    $7.50
    Case of 8
    8 x 500ml
    $57.00
    Double Case
    16 x 500ml
    $109.00

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Marston’s Brewery started way back in 1834 in a bustling market town called Burton upon Trent. The founder, John Marston, started brewing in Horninglow Brewery but decided to relocate Marston’s to Albion Brewery, which was just down the road. Marston’s has been there ever since.

It was no coincidence that John chose Burton to realise his brewery related dreams; the town was known for the water. In fact, many brewers actually come to Burton because of its special water, which trickles through a thick layer of gypsum - a special mineral that consists of hydrated calcium sulphate. That’s right, the magical mineral is what makes Marston’s beers complex and so, so tasty!

Marston’s brewing process

From the start, Marston Brewery was known for its innovation and pioneering spirit. It was among the first (and the last-standing brewery) to embrace the Burton Union System, a method of fermentation that produced distinct, high-quality ales. At Marston’s, the brewing team would mount double rows of oak casks beneath a stainless-steel trough. Each cask has a pipe leading from the cask to the trough.

This technique is what gives the brewery's most iconic beers, the Pedigree, its one-of-a-kind taste. The classic amber ale was first brewed in 1952 and was initially known as “P”. With its delicate caramel notes and light fruitiness, the tasty brew has since become synonymous with the Marston name.

Marston’s Brewery today

Over the years, Marston Brewery expanded its portfolio through strategic acquisitions. In 2007, it acquired Ringwood Brewery, which was renowned for its traditional cask ales. This acquisition allowed Marston's to diversify its product range and cater to a wider audience.

As of 2020, Marston’s boasted ownership of six large breweries, namely Park Brewery, Marston's Brewery, Jennings Brewery, Wychwood Brewery, Ringwood Brewery, and Eagle Brewery. Complementing its brewing endeavours, the company also managed an extensive network of over 1700 pubs and bars spread across England and Wales.

During the same year, Marston's merged with industry giant Carlsberg UK, forming a joint venture known as the Carlsberg Marston's Brewing Company. This partnership strengthened Marston Brewery's position in the brewing industry and provided access to additional resources for continued growth.
 

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