Parker Taproom - Coming in March 2024!

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DIPA Dill Pickles

At Lone Tree we believe ded­i­ca­tion to detail is what sets apart a good brew­er from a great one. The same goes for our condi­ments. We don’t believe all pick­les are cre­at­ed equal, which is why we took it upon our­selves to devel­op this easy recipe to ruin all oth­er pick­les for you (sor­ry in advance).

Using the piney, cit­rusy good­ness of our famed Dou­ble IPA we’ve con­coct­ed the per­fect brine to trans­form your crisp cucum­bers into fresh, hop­py pick­les. Is it as mirac­u­lous as the trans­for­ma­tion from water to beer? No, but the use of dill seeds, gar­lic, and whole pep­per­corns make it damn near close.

Ingredients

  • 1 12-oz. Lone Tree Dou­ble IPA
  • 1 pound mini cucum­bers cut into spears
  • 1 table­spoon whole peppercorns
  • 1 tea­spoon dill seed
  • 1/2 tea­spoon mus­tard seeds
  • 3 tea­spoons minced garlic 
  • 1 tea­spoon dill seed
  • 2 tea­spoon fresh dill
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 cups rice vinegar
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 table­spoon salt
  • 2 Ser­ra­no pep­pers (sliced thin)

Instructions

Mix all spices in a bowl and sprin­kle 1 tea­spoon of blend into the bot­tom of two mason jars. Lay­er cucum­ber slices in jars, adding more spice blend as need­ed. Com­bine vine­gar, salt, and sug­ar in a pot and bring to a sim­mer to dis­solve the sug­ar. Remove the pot from the heat; add water and beer. Pour liq­uid into the jars with ¼ inch at the top. Cov­er loose­ly and cool. Screw tops on tight­ly when cool; fer­ment in refrig­er­a­tor at least 24 hours before serving.

September 19, 2019

New LTBC tap room in Parker, Colorado coming March 2024

Updated May 14, 2021

After years of searching for the brewery’s next location, Lone Tree Brewing will open another taproom in the former Barnett & Son Brewing Co. location at 18425 Pony Express Drive in Parker, Colorado.

Keep an eye on the LTBC Instagram feed for updates.

Read more about this exciting announcement.

Global Can shortage

During these difficult times, many obstacles have emerged and currently the brewing community is experiencing an aluminum can shortage. We at Lone Tree Brewing wanted to let our fans know that we are working hard to keep beer on the shelves. However, you may notice some of our cans will look slightly different than they typically do as we utilize cans from many irregular sources. Rest assured, the beer will remain true and we will continue to provide quality craft beer to our community.

Many cheers to our friends!