Also known as Marstons Pedigree (5%)
In 1952, Sydney Everfshed, the chairman of Marston, Thompson and Evershed, announced "We are now marketing our best pale ale under the name Pedigree Pale Ale, because it is descended from a long line of famous brews and is a thoughrougbread brew."
To celebrate 60 glorious years under the name Pedigree, we have brought back the origional bottle label from 1952. Just like in 1952, Pedigree is still craft brewed in Burton Unions using the finest English ingredients
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