Burton Bridge Brewery

Burton Bridge Brewery takes its name from the Burton Bridge over the River Trent at Burton-on-Trent. It is situated twenty yards from the end of the present bridge. Built in the late 17th Century as the Fox and Goose Inn, the old bridge finished just outside the front door. Remains of the first two arches are still there but buried under the road. An even earlier bridge probably existed in Roman times, the connection being carried through to the present time with XL Biter.

http://www.burtonbridgebrewery.co.uk

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