Burton upon Trent


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Burton upon Trent

or Burton on Trent
A borough of west-central England southwest of Derby. It is the center of a brewing industry begun by Benedictine monks who built an abbey on the site in 1002.
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Considine Paddy Best known for: Playing an ill-fated journalist in The Bourne Ultimatum Early life: Born Patrick George Considine in Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire on September 5, 1973.
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The Marmite Food Extract Company was formed in Burton upon Trent.
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Marston's, of Burton upon Trent and Wolverhampton, has its own brewery bar and will be serving real ales including Banks's Mild, Banks's Sunbeam, Marston's EPA, Pedigree, and Single Hop.
Burton upon Trent is the largest town in the National Forest area, with a population of over 64,000.
Bass has been brewed in Burton upon Trent since the reign of George III.
Marmite was first produced in 1902 in Burton upon Trent, the home of British beer brewing, as a yeast by-product of the brewing process.
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The boy, aged six, was in the playground at Short Street Infant School in Stapenhill, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, when he was stabbed in the leg.