Ringwood Old Thumper, Fortyniner and Best Bitter will be sold in 50cl bottles.And the launches are part of Marston's plan to become a champion of bottled ale by making take-home drinking more of an "experience".
It also hopes to work closely with off-trade chains such as Threshers to make more of its increased range, after taking over Oxfordshire-based Refresh UK.
Marston's has appointed Wychwood group sales director James Coyle as its new head of take-home and export sales. Coyle, who handled all off-trade sales at Refresh, takes over from Steve Benton, who is moving to deal with on-trade sales for the brewer. Coyle had been at Marston's before he moved to Wychwood.
He said: "I think a lot of off-trade retailers can take lessons from what the on-trade does when it is Halloween, or cricket or football. They event market it, and it brings people out of the house and into the pub."