Well here it is, my final chapter on Marston’s Brewery, I have thoroughly enjoyed bringing you all a fantastic insight into this tremendous Brewing Heritage building and I must admit I have learnt some new information that I wasn’t aware of, that is the added bonus.
Hello everyone, I hope you’re keeping well and staying safe during the UK Coronavirus lockdown and I am sad to tell you that today’s post is my penultimate chapter of my Marston’s Brewery adventure.
Well can you believe it, I am nearly at the end of my adventure into the exploration of Marston’s Brewery, I must admit I am really enjoying it, I’ve learnt so much and I hope you have all too.
You may well remember in Part 2 of my Marston’s Brewery adventure, I talked about The Parkside Brewery based in Wolverhampton which features beers from Bank’s, Mansfield and Thwaites.
Here we go then my second post on a Burton Cask Ale, so I believed it was only right to go from Draught Bass Ale to Pedigree.