(Visited 05/2015): Lone Tree Brewing is located on Park Meadows Drive not too far off 470 in Centennial. Parking is plentiful in the plaza lot.
The interior opens to a tap room with a bar past the entrance and seating beyond. Hanging lights and a cement floor with colorful green, blue and burnt sienna walls (one with their logo). Brewing equipment is visible in the rear.
Lone Tree has 8 beers on tap, and a sampler is available. On my visit the selections included a Helles, IIPA, Peach Pale, a couple Amber Ales, Oatmeal Stout and a Dubbel. The beers were all decent.
Service at the bar on a Saturday afternoon was good. The bartender was friendly and knowledgeable about the beers.
Food is not available at Lone Tree aside from snacks.
All in all this is a nice little brewery in Littleton.
Visited on a cold Monday evening. Small little crowd at the bar watching football. Good variety of beers on draft. Did a flight. Service was quick and friendly. Slick industrial feel inside overall. Beers aren’t anything special, would be a good place to bring some friends and not feel cramped.
Pretty spacious, open brewery with plenty of seating. Good service and a solid selection of about 12 beers on tap. I only had a few but enojyed the coffee stout and black IPA the most. Worth a stop if you’re in this part of town.
Lone Tree is in a small business complex and has a pretty large space inside in addition to a fair sized patio. The brewing equipment is in plain sight and there is a long bar and plenty of table seating too. TV’s are available and had NFL on, as predictable for a Monday night. The bartender was great. He was personable, knowledgeable, efficient and happy to converse. Free popcorn is available and chips and bottled non-alcoholic drinks are for sale. The beers I tried were clean and well balanced. But some of them were noticeably watery for the style. Still, I was able to find a couple that I would gladly drink and the ambiance is pretty pleasant. Surely worth a stop if you’re in the area.
Was impressed with this brewery. Friendly and willing to talk. Seems like they are developing a loyal following. Only had time for two selections, both were good. Said they have only been open for about 2 years. Think they are on the right track.
About 12 full tables, 5 small tables, decent size bar. Place is currently 50% empty and its too loud to enjoy being here. Cement floors, industrial style open ceiling. No music. 3 tv's but can't hear those either. Wait staff will walk by you 3 times without even saying a thing. Highest rated beer is a 72?? I won't be back.
cool place. Finally a brewery on the South Side!!!! spacious area. a few flat screen televisions. they were off which was fine with me. big wrap around bar. nice open seating. 6 beers on tap with 4 in the pipeline. they also had a nice schedule of beer releases and live music for craft beer week. beer was solid. we will be back for sure.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | February 2, 2012
Seven beers on tap when I visited but I unfortunately missed the Helles. Their beers were mostly quality beers while not being anything spectacular. There was a lot of people when I visited on a Friday at 5pm, but I guess every brewpub in Denver is probably busy at that time. Looking forward to trying more of their beers in the future. Nice, lengthy bar.