Brewer reports positive first half against ‘difficult backdrop’
Marston’s has seen revenues climb 5% to £553.1m in the first half of the year with pre-tax profits up 2% at £37m against what it described as a “difficult backdrop” which has seen the pub sector suffer from rising costs and weaker consumer confidence.
The Wolverhampton-based group, which brews ales such as Lancaster Bomber, Brakspear and Mansfield, said it has achieved underlying growth in all its divisions with like-for-like operating margins in line with last year.
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