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209 Emery St Longmont, CO 80501-5910
Swing by Wibby Brewing, in Longmont, Colorado for a party or for a pint, and you'll wonder why you haven't made your way out to it sooner. Based on traditional German lager brewing principles, this certified independent brewer has provided a range of delicious, highly-rated, and award-winning American lagers since 2015. Its founder, passionate about brewing ever since studying chemistry in college, traveled far and wide from Germany to New York and back home to Colorado; he pours himself fully into his craft to provide the best lagers you'll find locally.
His pride for his craft and hard work has paid off as Wibby Brewing hosts hundreds of satisfied customers regularly, in addition to their larger and smaller events, such as live music or their Hooplagers Party. Their beer is available at the taproom every day of the week, or can be found around the area in local restaurants, bars, and stores. For those with an appetite for more than just great beer, snacks are available at the taproom, and you can walk out to enjoy the fresh air on their patio, all while sipping away at a little bit of heaven on earth.
Russian Imperial Stout Lager that pours very dark and gives rich flavors of coffee, roasted barley, chocolate and toffee.
A hop head red lager with a smooth, malt finish & a pungent, citrusy hop aroma. Wibby's smoother version of your favorite IPA
Supple & crisp, this delectable dark lager has a medium body which starts with a chocolate roast and ends with ordering it again
Meat & Eggs Maibock
A collaboration with Jace Marti of August Schell Brewing Company, Meat and Eggs is a strong, light bodied lager with copious amounts of Hallertau Blanc, Mosaic, Mandarina Bavaria,and Huell Melon hops and lagered on oak chips
Available for a limited time, Coffee Friends is Moondoor Dunkel lagered on Ozo Organic Blend Ground coffee. Smooth and delicious!
This light, sweet finishing, Bavarian influenced lager will keep you on Wibby Brewing's patio thirty minutes after you meant to be home from work.
This vienna is "the people's lager"! We used all German ingredients for this mild, amber, malty beer. This beer took home the silver medal in the Red or Amber Lager Category at the2018 Frankfurt International Trophy
Lightshine Helles with a splash of house-made raspberry lemonade. Refreshing, delicious and always available in the taproom! Cans of Lightshine Radler will be back at the end ofMarch
One of our most popular seasonals, the Double Dunkel is an imperial dunkel brewed with lots of chocolate malt and cacao nibs. We lager it on Madagascar vanilla beans. This is a highly drinkable,slightly dangerous lager that is smooth and has a nice crisp lager finish. Available in 6-packs!
Larger Family Wit
Wheat beer brewed with sweet orange peel, Centennial, Mosaic, and Cascade hops. Brewed with love by the whole lager family!
Throwing Stones Steinbier
To make this steinbier, we superheated granite stones in a fire made from aspen and pine and added them to the mash, which added a touch of smokiness and caramelization
Swb Downtown Hop
The Downtown Hop 2.0 is a West Coast Style IPL brewed with 44 pounds of Mandarina Bavaria and Huell Melon hops
Lager Family Dubbel
Dark lager brewed with dark Belgian candy sugar and aged on organic cherries. Brewed with love by the whole lager family!
This beer has lots of wheat, caramel malt (just like our Equal Hops APL), and then 50 pounds total of equal amounts of Simcoe, Glacier, and Horizon hops added in the last 15 minutes of the boil.It will feature some wheat chewiness, caramel notes, and pungent hop aroma.
Amigas Pale Wheat Lager
The malt bill for this beer is 40% wheat, which gives this beer a lighter, chewier body. The Pink Boots hop blend — composed of Palisade, Loral, Citra, Simcoe,and Mosaic hops — was utilized for this beer, which gives it a strong, pungent hop aroma.
M-A-R-S Biere De Mars
This traditional French spring ale was brewed in collaboration with Station 26 Brewing of Denver. Using Biere de Garde yeast, this was fermented at a warm 72 degrees