For all enquiries call:
The Fat Cat Pub on (01603) 624364
The Fat Cat Brewery was formed in 2005 by pub landlord Colin Keatley. Since then the brewery has won several awards and has been represented at the Camra National Beer Festival twice. Much of the success of the brewery is down to the hand-
The Fat Cat Brewery was opened on 26 September 2005 by Roger Protz, editor of 'The Good Beer Guide', and Beer Drinker of the Year 2004. That moment was the culmination of a long-
Colin had already assembled the team that would be working there, and the brewery had gained a huge boost when Ray Ashworth, formerly of Woodforde's Brewery, agreed to take part in the project as the brewery's consultant. Ray was hugely successful at Woodforde's, and won the brewing world's highest accolade, Champion Beer of Britain, with two of his beers, Norfolk Nog and Wherry. Mark Winter (Son of Dave Winter of Winter’s Brewery) became the sole brewery at the age of 18 and Chris Riches, former Fat Cat Pub Bar Manager, transferred from pub to brewery to tackle the day-
The Fat Cat Brewery has won several awards at beer festivals all across the UK as well as numeral regional Beer of the Year awards. The real ale produced at The Fat Cat Brewery is available at the three Fat Cat pubs in Norwich as well as The Fat Cat (Ipswich), The Fat Cat (Colchester) and The Artichoke (Broome).
For more information about The Fat Cat Brewery don’t hesitate to contact us by phone: (01603) 624364 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The Brew Crew
Colin Keatley, Martin Ward (of CAMRA), Mark Winter and Chris Riches