Hops Brewery in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque is a unique destination that offers a wide selection of handcrafted beer and a cozy atmosphere that appeals to both locals and tourists alike. Whether you’re looking for a refreshing pint of beer after a long day or a relaxed evening with friends, Hops Brewery is the perfect place to unwind.
With multiple patios and a dog park, we invite all of our neighbors near and far to join us on the patio.

At Hops Brewery, we take pride in crafting our beer with only the finest ingredients, using traditional brewing methods that produce a rich, flavorful brew. Our beer selection includes classic styles such as Pilsner, IPA, and Stout, as well as seasonal and experimental brews that are constantly changing. With so many different beers to choose from, there’s always something new to try at Hops Brewery.

In addition to our fantastic beer selection, we also offer a delicious food menu that complements our brews perfectly. From appetizers to entrees, our food is made fresh and in-house. We offer great food at great prices.

At Hops Brewery, we believe that beer is more than just a drink – it’s an experience. That’s why we strive to create an atmosphere that’s welcoming, relaxed, and enjoyable for everyone who visits us. Our staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and we’re always happy to recommend a beer or offer tips on food pairings.

If you’re looking for a fun and unique destination in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, look no further than Hops Brewery. With our fantastic beer selection, delicious food menu, and cozy atmosphere, we’re the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a great evening with friends. Come visit us today and see why Hops Brewery is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in town!



Ken Wimmer is a self taught brewer who started brewing beer sometime in the 80’s. We are very proud to introduce him as House Brewer at Hops Brewery. Known to his former students as “Wimmdog”, Ken is an Albuquerque native who was the drama director at Eldorado high school for 14 years. He then went on to teach English for the next 10 years before retiring. When he isn’t brewing beer, Ken and his wife Kathy love to travel. They enjoy taking roadtrips throughout the U.S. and visiting the British Isles. In fact, Ken gets a lot of brewing inspiration by tasting beer from all around the world. Come on in and meet Ken; he would love to “talk beer” with you!