Collyfobble is the in-house microbrewery at the Peacock Inn, in Barlow, Derbyshire.
The pub reopened last year as part of a £2m makeover and rebrand after its current owners took over the Old Pump in Barlow, which had stood forlorn since closing in December 2014.
It has been transformed into a sophisticated country pub with a host of local real ales and Derbyshire produce on the menu and beers from the Collyfobble Brewery complement the line-up.
Collyfobble is the brainchild of local businessmen Derek Mapp and David Bond, who have a strong background in innkeeping and hospitality from their Mansfield Brewery and Tom Cobleigh pub group days.
As part of the refurbishment, a four-barrel microbrewery was installed in the pub’s cellar, which produces around 30 casks of beer each week – around 15 which go straight into the pub, with the rest going to other local hostelries.