Marston’s

Commercial Brewery
Shobnall Road , Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England DE14 2BW
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Founded in 1869. Following a merger and takeover by 1905 it was known as its current name. It was taken over by Wolverhampton & Dudley in 1999.
 
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