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Marston’s Opens New £7 Million Bottling Plant

Marston’s Opens New £7 Million Bottling Plant

Marston’s Opens New £7 Million Bottling Plant
February 05
11:09 2014

British brewer and pub group Marston’s has opened a new £7.4 million bottling plant at its brewery in Burton on Trent in Staffordshire. Capable of producing 18,000 bottles per hour, the new line will help Marston’s to meet growing demand for its bottled beer. Marston’s has also installed four new 480 barrel conditioning tanks for holding beer before being supplied to the new line.

“At a time when Marston’s beers feature in one in four premium bottled beers in the UK, this investment was a move to future-proof our business,” says Richard Westwood, managing director of Marston’s Beer Company. “The new line requires less energy, allows us greater flexibility for our bottled beer portfolio and contract services, as well as bringing employment to the town with 17 new jobs.”

UK’s market leading brewer of premium cask and bottled ales, Marston’s produces over 60 permanent and guest ales from its five regional breweries across the UK. The group operates around 2,100 pubs and bars situated acrossGreat Britain, comprising of tenanted, leased, franchise and managed pubs.

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