Lone Tree Backyard Brew Bash

Lone Tree Backyard Brew Bash

Saturday, May 29, 2021
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1pm-5pm

Event Description

Lone Tree is kicking off the outdoor event season and celebrating some of Colorado's favorite things - Beer, Bourbon, and Bluegrass! The event will showcase craft Breweries from the South Metro area, a bourbon seminar, food trucks, yard games, and the sounds of Colorado Bluegrass artists pickin' and jammin'. Join us at the Lone Tree Arts Center from 1pm-5pm for an afternoon filled with brews, tunes, food, and fun! Bands that are performing include The Reckless Folk, Elle Michelle's Grateful Holler, and The Wooks.

This is a ticketed event with limited capacity. The current State order does not require face masks to be worn outside or inside the Arts Center; however you are strongly encouraged to wear a mask if you are unvaccinated or if you would prefer to wear a mask. We encourage guests to continue to maintain 6ft of distance from those outside their party and to wear a face mask when they can't. Limited seating will be available at the event. You may bring your own chair. Bathrooms are located inside the Lone Tree Arts Center. Beverages and food can be purchased a la carte inside the event. You must purchase a tasting package to participate in the beer tasting. The bourbon seminars also require a separate ticket.  

Schedule of Events

1pm-5pm - Beer Tasting, Cash Bar, Live Music, Yard Games, Food Trucks

1:05pm - The Reckless Folk perform

2pm - Keeping Up with the Family Jones Bourbon Seminar (additional cost)

2:15pm - Elle Michelle's Grateful Holler perform

3pm - Keeping Up with the Family Jones Bourbon Seminar (additional cost)

3:45pm - The Wooks perform

4pm - Keeping Up with the Family Jones Bourbon Seminar (additional cost)

Bourbon Seminar: Keeping Up with The Family Jones: Craft Distilling, the Gold Rush of the 21st Century

Much like the Gold Rush of 1859, the craft spirit scene has become a huge asset to Colorado. Colorado consumers care about nuances, uniqueness and quality; all things Colorado distilleries have been able to bring to the table that sets them apart from many of their out of state competitors. In this seminar, Brand Ambassador Nick Touch and Master Distiller Robert Masters will take you through the differences between bourbon and rye, highlight the tasting notes of each, their production methods, and what makes Colorado whiskey unique. 

Seminars will take place at 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm. Capacity is capped at 50 participants for each seminar. Seminar attendance is a separate charge from event admission.

Click here for more information on The Family Jones. 

Participating Breweries