What: Lone Tree Brewing Company is hosting the Annual South in Your Mouth Beer Festival with 11 other local breweries. This year the breweries will be wearing their best toga attire and guests are encouraged to join in!
This event was started in 2016 to celebrate the South Metro Denver craft beer culture. Breweries will be pouring specialty beers that are not commonly available in their tasting rooms. Tickets cost $10 and includes a commemorative glass along with two 5 oz. pours at the event.
Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, a portion of the sales from the South in Your Mouth beer festival will be donated to Drink For Pink— a nonprofit that collaborates with local breweries to raise funds to support breast cancer research in the state of Colorado and help find a cure for cancer.
Enjoy delicious eats from Hottie Rob’s Mobile Eats and Gyros King Food Truck, cool tunes, giveaways, and more!
Where: Lone Tree Brewing Company (8222 Park Meadows Dr, Lone Tree, Colorado 80124)
Participating Breweries: 105 West Brewing Company, Blue Spruce Brewing Company, Boggy Draw Brewery, Coal Mine Ave Brewing Company, Dead Hippie Brewing, Halfpenny Brewing Company, Grist Brewing Company, Living the Dream Brewing, Locavore Beer Works, Lone Tree Company, Pikes Peak Brewing Company and Resolute Brewing Company
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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.
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