Like most of the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, the Denver Metro area was filled with breweries, watering holes, and the occasional beer garden. These were gathering places for the local neighborhoods where people could relax after a hard day of work, meet friends and family for an evening of music, rich conversation, celebrations, discussions on their favorite team, or simply to find a quiet corner and enjoy a book. Lone Tree Brewing Company’s mission is to revive this tradition and create a neighborhood gathering place where everyone feels right at home.
LTBC Flagship Beers
Lone Tree Brewing Company offers eight flagship beers and several small batch rotating seasonal selections in our Tasting Room and on tap in the Lone Tree, Colorado area.
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Acres O’ Green Irish Red
Leprechauns and humans alike love to dance a jig while celebrating with our Irish Red. The complexity of malts converges into a smooth mouthfeel, lightly punctuated with a dash of subtle hoppiness. Sláinte!
Cheers to Ariadne (air-E-ahd-nee), Greek goddess who loved coriander and was consort to Dionysus, god of wine and ecstasy. Join in the revelry with this blonde, its sweet malt and coriander rolling smooth across the tongue. A pinch of magnum hops balances this ray of sunshine.
With 11 different hop editions and a malty foundation, this IPA unleashes bold flavor. The grassy, tangerine aroma leads into a bright mix of citrus and lemongrass, with a fleeting bitter finish.
Lone Tree Peach Pale Ale
This delicious lightly hopped pale ale with a peach puree addition has been popular since its first release!
Mountain Mama Helles
A golden lager, clear as a mountain stream. This is a traditional Bavarian helles, bready and malty with a slight noble hop character. Straight from mama’s kitchen!
Outta Range Pale Ale
Named in honor of John’s flying days, this citrusy dry-hopped pale ale will take you soaring over orange groves and fields of spicy nasturtium. Like the many stops a puddle jumper makes, we drop in four different hops for the bittering flavor aroma complexity. Expect a slightly more robust hop flavor and aroma than your average pale ale.
Suburbia Amber Ale
This German alt launches into a coppery swirl of caramel malts, which is complemented by a crisp noble hop finish. It’s a sure crowd pleaser for malty beer lovers, but is balanced enough to appeal to hopheads.
Toots’ Oatmeal Stout
Roasty, bitter chocolate and silky oatmeal add curves to this voluptuous stout. Toots’ exhales an aroma of coffee with a touch of chocolate. A quick roasty finish leaves your tongue thirsty for more.