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Lone Tree Brewing Launches Storied Beer Series In Cans

LONE TREE, CO— Lone Tree Brew­ing will be unveil­ing the first two beers from their Branch­ing Out and Hop­py Lit­tle Trees Project series in cans. The move to dis­con­tin­ue their 22-oz bomber pro­gram in favor of 12-oz cans is just one part of the evo­lu­tion of Lone Tree’s growth tra­jec­to­ry for 2019.

Last year, the brew­ery increased brew­house pro­duc­tion by 40 per­cent, year-over-year. The increase in pro­duc­tion led to the addi­tion of four new 40 BBL fer­men­ta­tion tanks, as well as a new can label­ing machine.

With the addi­tion of a label­ing machine for small batch can­ning runs, we will be able to bring some of our more exper­i­men­tal beers to thirsty beer drinkers across our dis­tri­b­u­tion net­works in a more portable for­mat,” says Den­nis Stack, Direc­tor of Sales and Mar­ket­ing at Lone Tree Brew­ing Company.

Pineap­ple Sour, the brewery’s first beer com­ing out of the Branch­ing Out series, will make its debut in the Lone Tree tast­ing room just in time for Memo­r­i­al Day week­end. At a ses­sion­able 4.5 per­cent ABV, this refresh­ing­ly crisp blonde ale is tart with a sub­tle pineap­ple fin­ish. Only avail­able in cans, this sour is per­fect for any out­door activity.

The Pineap­ple Sour belongs to Lone Tree’s Branch­ing Out series of small-batch, spe­cial­ty beers. Pineap­ple Sour fol­lows Bière de Print­emps and India Pale Lager in the Branch­ing Out series, though this refresh­ing sour is the first to debut in cans, which includes refreshed art­work from the brewery’s rebrand via Anthem Branding.

Lone Tree will also release a Cen­ten­ni­al IPA for the Hop­py Lit­tle Trees Project, in cans in June. This is the sixth beer to come out of the fresh year-round rotat­ing IPA series and the first of its kind to be released in cans.

We have seen great suc­cess from can­ning our Dou­ble IPA but one thing miss­ing from our canned options was a sin­gle IPA,” explains Stack. “The Hop­py Lit­tle Trees Project adds this to our offer­ing and expands upon it with the rotat­ing IPA style con­cept. This series will always be an IPA but will rotate not just the hops, but the type of IPA.”

At 6.8 per­cent ABV, this sin­gle hop IPA fea­tures Cen­ten­ni­al hops, which boasts cit­rus aro­mas. A pleas­ant hop bit­ter­ness rounds out this high­ly drink­able, full-fla­vored IPA.

Canned six-packs of both beers will be avail­able across Col­orado while sup­plies last.

For more infor­ma­tion about Lone Tree Brew­ing Com­pa­ny or these new releas­es, con­tact Chea Franz at chea@radcraftbeer.com.

ABOUT LONE TREE BREWING COMPANY

Lone Tree Brew­ing Com­pa­ny was the first brew­ery in Lone Tree, Col­orado that opened near Park Mead­ows Mall in 2011. The neigh­bor­hood-focused, fam­i­ly-friend­ly brew­ery and tast­ing room reg­u­lar­ly hosts com­mu­ni­ty events that gath­er around a styl­is­ti­cal­ly diverse line­up of flag­ship, sea­son­al, and lim­it­ed release beers. Lone Tree’s cans are sold across the state of Col­orado, and in select loca­tions in Kansas. Its draft beer is poured at many bars and restau­rants in its dis­tri­b­u­tion foot­print as well. Find the brew­ery online at lonetreebrewingco.com.

May 29, 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!