Abstract: Weak memory presents a new challenge for program verification and has resulted in the development of a variety of specialised logics. For C11-style memory models, our previous work has shown that it is possible to extend Hoare logic and Owicki–Gries reasoning to verify correctness of weak memory programs. The technique introduces a set of high-level assertions over C11 states together with a set of basic Hoare-style axioms over atomic weak memory statements (e.g. reads/writes), but retains all other standard proof obligations for compound statements. This paper takes this line of work further by introducing the first deductive verification environment in Isabelle/HOL for C11-like weak memory programs. This verification environment is built on the Nipkow and Nieto’s encoding of Owicki–Gries in the Isabelle theorem prover. We exemplify our techniques over several litmus tests from the literature and two non-trivial examples: Peterson’s algorithm and a read–copy–update algorithm adapted for C11. For the examples we consider, the proof outlines can be automatically discharged using the existing Isabelle tactics developed by Nipkow and Nieto. The benefit here is that programs can be written using a familiar pseudocode syntax with assertions embedded directly into the program.