Craft Brewing and Distilling News for February 16, 2021February 16, 2021
•Arizona-based Four Peaks Brewing is introducing Rosé Our Way, a new beer brewed to mimic the flavors and appearance of rosé wine. It’s made with Mosaic, Hallertau Blanc, and Southern Passion hops, and cranberry juice, which adds tartness and color. Rosé Our Way (6.7% abv) is available now in bottled 6-packs throughout Arizona as well as in select parts of California, Nevada, and New Mexico. A spring seasonal, it’ll be available until early summer.
•Colorado’s Lone Tree Brewing topped 4,000 barrels of production last year, boosted by sales of canned brews. Lone Tree’s Mexican lager comprised about one-quarter of production, with its seasonal portfolio accounting for a further 30%. New offerings last year included a popular Strawberry Kiwi seasonal and Lone Tree’s first year-round IPA, which received a revamped recipe in November. “We increased our overall barrelage last year, and we’re starting the new year with even more production increases,” said Lone Tree founder John Winter. “We see continued growth both in our canned products and keg sales.”Subscribe to Shanken News Daily’s Email Newsletter, delivered to your inbox each morning.