Wibby Brewing crafts American-influenced, German-style lagers in Longmont, Colorado.


At Wibby Brewing, we start with traditional German lager brewing principles and add the American craft twist. Our craft lagers are brewed with German malt, American hops, and Rocky Mountain water. Cold fermentation and enhanced conditioning allow for our lagers to be bright and full-flavored with a crisp finish. The tasteful result is a collection of unique American lagers that few breweries in the craft beer community have explored.

Cans of Lightshine HellesLightshine Radler, Home Team Pilsner, OG Wibby IPL, along with our Rotational IPL (RIPL) series, Moondoor Dunkel, as well as Double Dunkel, are available in our taproom! Home Team Pilsner, Wibtoberfest and RIPL can be found for a limited time in a few stores! Can't decide? Grab a Let Your Lightshine or Lager Love Mixed 12-Pack to-go! 

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wibby ipl

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abv 7%   IBU 76

A hoppy red lager with a smooth malt finish and a pungent citrusy hop aroma. Wibby’s smoother version of your favorite IPA.

Beer Advocate rated Wibby IPL 93.

moondooR Dunkel

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abv 5.5%   IBU 25

Supple and crisp, this delectable dark lager has a medium body, which starts with a chocolate roast and ends with ordering it again.

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine rated Moondoor Dunkel 93.

lightshine radler

abv 4.5 %

Lightshine Helles with a splash of raspberry lemonade that we make in-house. Refreshing and delicious, this radler is as sweet as a summer day.

lightshine helles

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abv 5.5%  IBU 22

This light, sweet-finishing, Bavarian-influenced lager will keep you on Wibby Brewing’s patio 30 minutes after you meant to be home from work.

Beer Advocate rated Lightshine Helles 92.

We brew lots of different, special, and limited lagers throughout the year. This list features what is currently available on draft at our taproom. To find a Wibby lager near you at one of our restaurant or bar partners, please use our beer locator.

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Double Dunkel

Abv 7.5%   ibu 31

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 finish.

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine rated Double Dunkel 93.

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abv 5.5 % ibu 25

Volksbier 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 the 2018 Frankfurt International Trophy.

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6.5 % ABV 25 IBU

To make this steinbier, we superheated granite stones and added them to the mash, which adds a touch of smokiness. Durning the boil we added hot rocks as well to create a caramelization. This leads to a great balance of bitterness and malt sweetness with a distinct caramel flavor.

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Pineapple Radler

4.5 % ABv

A spring-time spin on our beloved Lightshine Radler. Award-winning Lightshine Helles now with a splash of Pineapple Lemonade.

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Home Team Pilsner

5.5 % ABv 25 IBU

A clean, easy-drinking, German Pilsner. Home Team Pilsner finishes with a more pronounced hop character from Crystal hops.

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abv 7.5% ibu 31

We added Hotbox Roasters cold-brew coffee to our Double Dunkel.

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ABV 7%  IBU 20

Brewed with amateur brewer Tiago Verdini from Brazil, this is a typical bock with a dark amber hue that is super malty and smooth. This lager was entered into the Pro-Am Competition at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

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abv 6 % ibu 35

Equal Hops has equal parts Cascade and Crystal hops. Smooth and well-balanced, this American pale lager has notes of caramel.

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RIPL: Picture Me Floatin’

7.0 % ABV 55 IBU

The fourth in our RIPL (Rotating India Pale Lager) Series. Featuring Callista, Ariana, Mosaic, & Hallertau Blanc hops used late in the boil.