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Wet Hop Harvest IPA
Local hops picked by the grower and then used within hours contributes to the character associated with Wet Hop Harvest Ales.
9% ABV 100 IBU
9.0 ABV needs 100 IBUs to help the hops stand out yet in a balanced way. Hops - Pekko, Bravo, Sorachi Ace, CTZ and Chinook. Dry Hopped with Belma and Summit.
4.8% ABV, 7 IBU
A lighter version of our regular Wheat with a Blueberry flavor.
7% ABV 70 IBU
IPA's are all about hops, the sweet flavor of Maris Otter malt compliments the variety of hops used. Hops - Eureka, Chinook, Simcoe, Amarillo and Citra. Dry Hopped with Amarillo and Citra
8.1% ABV 100 IBU
One of our brewmaster's signature recipes from his time spent at Great Lakes. Highly hopped imperial red ale rich with flavor, yet remarkably balanced.
6% ABV 22 IBU
Dark ale accenting on the chocolate malt and lower hop character than our Robust style porter.
Peanut Butter Porter
6% ABV 22 IBU
A brown porter made to compliment the peanut butter flavor. Hops - Northern Brewer.
7.8% ABV 30 IBU
Naked Oats help mellow out this full bodied stout. Hops - Columbus Some of the batch is served on the Nitro tap.
5.4% ABV 15 IBU
Wheat Ale with our regular house yeast. A little more body than most of this style Hops - Mandarma Bavaria
5% ABV 20 IBU
German Kolsch style .Cold aged made with pale malt and a little wheat. Hops - Glacier
5.1% ABV 30 IBU
Balanced Amber Ale with British Columbia honey malt. Hops - Saint Aurora and Tettnang.
6.7% ABV 12 IBU
Craft style malt liquor made with all Maris Otter pale malt. Hops - Tettnang
5% ABV 20 IBU
Our German Kolsch style with natural strawberry extract. Cold-aged and made with pale malt and a little wheat. Hops - Glacier.
10% ABV 100 IBU
Our Spring Cleaning Ale is brewed to make use of open bags of malt and hops. Then it's aged on French oak spirals soaked in Bourbon.
5.4% ABV 52 IBU
All the hop flavor of an IPA with less alcohol. Brewed with experimental hops from a hop company anxious for feedback. The results are a mix of fruit and floral flavor and aromas with the appearance of a hazy IPA.
Hibbing Brewing History
So Close... Yet So Far.
According to “Land of Amber Waters” author Doug Hoverson, Hibbing almost had a brewery in the early 1900s. In a 1905 issue of “Brewers’ Journal” Ely’s P.R. Vail announced that he would build a brewery in Hibbing. For whatever reason, that decision was reversed and Vail built a brewery in Virginia, instead. Hibbing would have to wait another 100+ years to get its own brewery.
P.R. Vail’s Virginia Brewing Co., Virginia MN
DeniseTripadvisor Review / link
Great new addition to downtown Hibbing. Brewery is awesome new tables, booths and atmosphere. Happy Hour from 3-6pm 2 for 1 on drinks. I’ve had Pork Po Boy sandwich and salmon diner meal both were very tasty.
CharleneYelp Review / link
Finally! A brewery on the iron range! We have been waiting and are NOT disappointed! Erik and Jess have transformed the old iconic Zimmy's into the new Boomtown Brewery. It has the big city look with the small town service. We sampled the blonde ale, pale ale, IPA, wheat, and a porter; they were all fantastic. The menu looks awesome; beer can chicken, roasted red pepper shrimp, and the smoked beef brisket are sure to be favorites! Everyone needs to check out this new brewery!!!
Melissa Z.Yelp Review / link
Amazing food! Great service! Fantastic Beer! Delicious food! Amazing Atmosphere 10/10 will go again! Poutine was delicious, steak was perfectly cooked, waitress was helpful and wonderful. Great to have a new place with an impeccable menu in the area! Erik and Jess did a fabulous job with what they have done with the place! Looking forward to their continued devotion to bringing more delicious craft beers to The Range!