Taste Of Excellence

Think beer, think Great Corby Brewhouse

Lakeland Summit

Cascade, Target, Aurora and Celeia

A light coloured session ale, an initial burst of lime is balanced with a sweet malty palate leading to a subtle bitter finish.

4.0% ABV

Corby Blonde

East Kent Goldings and Crystal

A medium-bodied Blonde ale, softly bittered with hints of lemon and honey.

4.0% ABV

Signal Peak APA

Azacca, Centennial, Chinook, Citra and Simcoe

A light bodied, amber coloured American style pale ale. A tropical and citrus aroma coming from the American hops finishing with notes of pine.

4.4% ABV


East Kent Goldings and Celeia

Dark, roasted and smooth, with chocolate notes and a balanced malty palete.

4.5% ABV

Corby Ale

East Kent Goldings, Fuggles and Celeia

Classic copper coloured ale with a soft caramel palate rounded off with fine English golding hops

3.8% ABV

Coffee Milk Stout

East Kent Goldings and Celeia

A full bodied smooth coffee milk stout with chocolate notes.

4.7% ABV

Tizzie Whizie

Centennial, Citra and Mosaic

Packed with citrus and fruity notes with subtle malty undertones. Named after mythical creatures living along the shores of Lake Windermere.

3.5% ABV

Fox Brown Ale

East Kent Goldings and Sovereign

A full-bodied deep reddish brown ale. Brewed with the finest malt and English hops. Smooth with lots of fruit & hop flavours.

4.6% ABV

Mandarina IPA

Azacca, Cascade, Crystal and Manderina

An IPA packed with tangerine and citrus flavours. From the complex hop bill with a delicate malty backbone.

6.2% ABV

Who We Are

The Great Corby Brewhouse History

January 2009

The first-ever Great Corby brew is made.

November 2010

The Corby Blonde is perfectly brewed and sent out to pubs in high demand.

June 2015

A massive milestone is hit as the number. 1000 is brewed.

October 2017

The brewery is moved from the Forge into larger premises to allow for expansion.

August 2020

Great Corby bottle range is produced. 

October 2020

The Brewery is re-branded and launched as The Great Corby Brewhouse.

Our English Craft Brewery is located in the heart of Great Corby in what was the old village forge. The building itself is immersed in tradition as it was firstly used by craft ironworkers in 1833.

Our signature trademark between 2016 and 2019 depicted "Bob" - a hard-working ironsmith of yesteryear demonstrating his craftsmanship in the yard behind our famous sandstone arch. A yard used today for cask logistics and integral processes in our brewing.

Brewery Founded

Our Process

From Grain To Glass – Our Process

Everything starts with the hunt for quality ingredients – over the years our journey has taken us around the world. From all corners of the UK and to far-reaching, international pastures.

Once we’ve treated our water to suit the particular style of the beer – the mashing begins, both by hand and stand allowing the malt enzymes opportunity to convert starch to sugar.

After some integral rinsing and boiling we add delicious hops gradually to increase, bitterness, flavor and aroma – then it’s off to the fermentation vessels!

It’s now yeast’s time to shine – with her help the sugar is turned into the all-important alcohol content.

Once we’ve hit the right balance the beer is left to condition for 7 days in our casks.

And that’s it.

It’s now off to the pub, tap the cask, pour the perfect chilled pint and indulge with friends, family and maybe the odd stranger from time to time!




Brewed With Passion


The quality of our base ingredients is not a compromise – we use only the very best. Our blonde has a heavy UK influence, with Marris Otter Malt and  English raised hops. The rest of our range incorporates key ingredients from Europe, the USA and New Zealand – creating diversity in both taste and aroma.


Refinement of any brew is a trial and error process. A high degree of sampling & measuring is needed throughout the process to ensure balance and maturity is optimal. That’s why, when we do get it right, the recipe stays firmly in the hands of our head brewer – following his lead, consistency of your favourite beer is guaranteed.


We’ve always been environmentally conscious – recycling and reusing resources safely and hygienically is a concept that we’re ever refining throughout our production process. One initiative that has become tradition is that all of our spent grain is put to great use feeding the many farm animals in the local community.