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Lone Tree Brewing Expands Footprint, Produces Top Barrelage To-Date

LONE TREE, CO— In 2021, Lone Tree Brew­ing pro­duced its high­est annu­al vol­ume of beer yet, expand­ed its mar­ket across Col­orado, and earned a pres­ti­gious Great Amer­i­can Beer Fes­ti­val® award, among many oth­er com­pa­ny mile­stones. Here is their Year in Review.


Lone Tree pro­duced more than 4,000 bar­rels of beer last year, mak­ing 2021 the sin­gle best sales year that the com­pa­ny has had to date.

For the very first time, Lone Tree canned its annu­al batch of Okto­ber­fest. The pop­u­lar­i­ty of this Ger­man-style sea­son­al lager will bring it back in cans in 2022.

Sales & Distribution 

Lone Tree announced a new dis­tri­b­u­tion part­ner­ship with Ska Dis­trib­ut­ing that brought its canned beers to the South­west cor­ner of the state— includ­ing Duran­go, Tel­luride, Ridg­way, and Ouray. Lone Tree con­tin­ues to sell beer through dis­tri­b­u­tion part­ners West­ern Dis­trib­ut­ing on Colorado’s Front Range and along I‑70, and in Kansas through World­wide Bev­er­age Group.

Lone Tree hired Doug Fenske, for­mer­ly of Bon­fire Brew­ing, to man­age sales along the I‑70 cor­ri­dor and con­tin­ue to grow the com­pa­ny’s pres­ence in Colorado’s moun­tain region. In 2021, Mex­i­can Lager’s out­side sales grew the largest, fol­lowed by Red Ale, GABF win­ner Peach Pale Ale, and IPA.


One of Lone Tree’s time-hon­ored recipes and first canned beers, Peach Pale Ale, earned a bronze medal in the Amer­i­can Fruit Beer cat­e­go­ry at the 2021 Great Amer­i­can Beer Fes­ti­val.

Com­mu­ni­ty and Events

Amid the ongo­ing pan­dem­ic, Lone Tree was proud to con­tin­ue to host char­i­ta­ble and com­mu­ni­ty events through­out the year, rais­ing funds for sev­er­al dif­fer­ent foun­da­tions and sup­port­ing many oth­ers. They donat­ed more than $10,000 and copi­ous beers toward non prof­it efforts, includ­ing Drink for Pink, The Hon­or Bell Foun­da­tion, and the first annu­al Dou­glas Coun­ty School Dis­trict Bridge Tran­si­tion Pro­gram car show.

Over the course of the year, Lone Tree also host­ed three local craft mar­kets fea­tur­ing more than 30 local craft ven­dors. They also helped facil­i­tate both Lone Tree’s Bike to Work Day and Lone Tree’s Day of Service.

In Novem­ber, the com­mu­ni­ty showed up to show the Lone Tree brew­ers their ping pong skills. Win­ners were paid in beer. They came back in Decem­ber when Lone Tree cel­e­brat­ed its 10th anniver­sary with a week­end of spe­cial tap­pings. The com­pa­ny pub­lished a sum­ma­ry of its decade in busi­ness here, includ­ing 4,000,000 cans pro­duced, 27,675 bar­rels of beer brewed, 1,705,476 pounds of grain brewed, and 36,000 pounds of hops used. Read the full report here.

Mov­ing Forward 

Lone Tree is mov­ing into 2022 with a host of sea­son­al spring brews and a few new beers, too.

Return­ing beers include Vanil­la Caramel Amber in the cold­er months, Pineap­ple Sour to ring in spring and sum­mer, and Okto­ber­fest to cel­e­brate the sea­son with a malty Ger­man amber lager. The new Hefeweizen and Pil­sner beers are a few of the upcom­ing options Lone Tree is debut­ing in 2022. See the full 2022 beer cal­en­dar here.

Look for Lone Tree’s annu­al tra­di­tions such as the infa­mous one-day release of Hop Zom­bie, and some new ones, includ­ing the next ren­di­tion of the Dou­glas Coun­ty School Dis­trict Bridge Tran­si­tion Pro­gram car show to go live at lonetreebrewing.com and on Face­book in com­ing weeks and months.

January 22, 2022

New LTBC tap room in Parker, Colorado

Our Parker outpost of Lone Tree Brewing is open in the former Barnett & Son Brewing Co. location at 18425 Pony Express Drive in Parker, Colorado!

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