Living a life
of Pedigree

Marston’s Pedigree is a beer borne out of generations of brewers, decades of experience and lifetimes of acquired skill and knowledge. That’s what Pedigree means – a beer that reflects life’s journey.


That’s what living a life of Pedigree is all about. A life of discovery, fun and being true to yourself.

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photos with our free
Life-o-graph app

With our new Life-o-graph app you can really see how much you and your friends have grown up over the years (hopefully for the better!)
The app allows you to choose a picture from your past and helps you recreate the same scene in modern times. Download the app today and enjoy reliving some of your favourite memories.

"You get lovely spicy hops, juicy malt and a very light hint of apple fruit, It’s an incredible beer."
Roger Protz, Good Beer Guide Editor
In 1952, Marston's launched a new pale ale. Christened Pedigree by Marston's Managing Director Sydney Evershed, it reflected how the beer had descended from a long line of famous brews.
A 60 year Pedigree

Pedigree is exactly the same as it was when we first brewed it in 1952 and it's still the perfect ale for today.

Competitions


There’s always something great to win with Marston's and Pedigree. What could you pick up?

Let Battle Commence

We'll be there for them through all the ups and downs and with Pedigree you can too. You can check out the England team’s progress and 'King of Swing' Jimmy Anderson's visit to the Marston's Brewery on the cricket page.


 
Recreate your favourite photos with our free Life-o-graph app

With our new Life-o-graph app you can really see how much you and your friends have grown up over the years (hopefully for the better!)


"You get lovely spicy hops, juicy malt and a very light hint of apple fruit, It’s an incredible beer."
Roger Protz, Good Beer Guide Editor

A 60 year Pedigree

Pedigree is exactly the same as it was when we first brewed it in 1952 and it's still the perfect ale for today.

Competitions


There’s always something great to win with Marston's and Pedigree. What could you pick up?