Corfu Brewery declares and guarantees that it will not in any way proceed to the collection, preservation or processing of Personal Data of users / visitors of this website

In case you choose to contact our company via email in the Contact section, we inform you that your email address and email content are not stored on our server but are sent exclusively to the relevant email address displayed in the mailto service of the website.

For any issue regarding the processing of your Data and the exercise of your rights you can contact us by email:

Use of Cookies• of Personal Data of users/visitors

By using the website you mean the use of “cookies. Cookies are small text files that a website stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit that website. This way, the site remembers your actions and preferences for a period of time, so you do not have to enter those preferences every time you visit the site or browse its pages. Cookies do not collect information individually, but when read by a server through a web browser they can provide information to provide a more user-friendly service. To do this, you will see a pop-up window the first time you visit the site, and although it will not usually reappear on your next visit, you can withdraw your consent at any time by following the instructions below.

You have the right not to allow cookies to be placed on your device, however, this may limit the functionality of the website. Your browser has settings that allow you to set which “cookies” you choose to opt out of and which “cookies” can be placed on your device.

More specifically, the website uses the following cookies:

Necessary “Cookies”, related to the browser session, in order to provide you with the essential services for the operation of the website. The information collected is anonymous.
“Cookies” for statistical purposes, such as those recorded by GoogleAnalytics and used to monitor the performance of the site, such as specifically to calculate the pages of the site browsed by users (pageviews), the number of unique users (uniqueusers) visited the site and the total time it took the user to browse the site. The information collected is anonymous. For the duration of the session, while you are browsing, anonymous information is stored on the GoogleAnalytics platform (
3. Functional cookies, used to be stored in memory, any settings (eg language) of the user to improve your experience while browsing the site. The information collected is anonymous. They are kept for as long as you choose not to delete them from the security settings of the browser you are using.
More information about cookies can be found at

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The site uses GoogleAnalytics to track user interaction. We use the data we collect from GoogleAnalytics to know the number of users who visit the site, the percentage of users’ interest in each page of the site as well as the way the user navigates through the site. Although GoogleAnalytics records data such as the user’s geographical location, device and operating system, and the browser from which the user visits the site, none of the above information identifies you “personally” on the site, but the data related to your visit are collected anonymously. GoogleAnalytics also collects your IP address, which is your personal identification, but Google uses this information only and does not allow access to this information to third parties, so the IP address itself is not listed in the GoogleAnalytics site registrations.

Google Analytics also uses user cookies as described in Google’sdeveloperguides. Disabling cookies from your browser settings do not allow GoogleAnalytics to record data during your visit to the website.