The Pineapple Sour is one of seven new beers and five familiar favorites being released in 2020 by Lone Tree Brewing Co

The Pineapple Sour is one of seven new beers and five familiar favorites being released in 2020 by Lone Tree Brewing Co

Lone Tree Brewing Re-releases “Pineapple Sour” Summer Seasonal

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Lone Tree Brewing Co brings a tasting room favorite, Pineapple Sour, back for the second year in cans. Pineapple Sour is now available across Colorado and in Kansas.

Label design for 12 oz. cans of the Pineapple Sour by Lone Tree Brewing Co

Label design for 12 oz. cans of the Pineapple Sour by Lone Tree Brewing Co

Pineapple Sour was the first canned release of the Branching Out Series in 2019. It’s a summer crusher perfect for all social-distancing outdoor activities including grilling, picnics, or enjoying a cold beverage in the driveway — six feet away from friends of course.

Pineapple Sour is a refreshingly crisp, kettle soured Blonde Ale with a subtle fruit finish created by more than 300 pounds of pineapple added during fermentation. The pleasant tartness is approachable and yields a low ABV of 4.5%, enough to sip all day.

Find six-packs of Pineapple Sour cans for sale to-go at Lone Tree’s tasting room, and at liquor and grocery stores across Colorado and Kansas.

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