Lone Tree Brewing and Odell Brewing Collaborate on American IPA to Support CancerBlows


Lone Tree, CO — Earlier this month Lone Tree Brewing Company and Odell Brewing Co. collaborated on a big, juicy American IPA brewed with Chinook, Simcoe, and Mosaic hops to support CancerBlows, an organization that supports the Ryan Anthony Foundation.

This limited brew will be available at the Brews 4 CancerBlows five-course beer pairing dinner on Friday, July 8th at Lone Tree Brewing Company at 6pm. Ryan Anthony, founder of CancerBlows and principal trumpet of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will make a special appearance at this event. Tickets cost $65 per person. They can be purchased at Lone Tree Brewing Company or online at squareup.com/store/lone-tree-brewing-company by Friday, July 1st. More than half of the ticket proceeds will benefit Cancer Blows.

The following day, Lone Tree Brewing Company will host the Brews 4 CancerBlows event where guests can find the new IPA on draft, as well as a musical performance by The Bob Montgomery/Al Hermann Quintet featuring Al Hood and Mass Hipsteria, outdoor games, hourly prizes, and food from the Gusto’s Kitchen food truck. In addition to the customary Lone Tree Brewing Company Charity of the Month tasting room sales donation, CancerBlows will receive $1 for each collaboration beer sold on Saturday, July 9. This event begins at 11am.

“We chose CancerBlows as our July Charity of the Month not only because Ryan Anthony is a dear friend to LTBC, but also because we whole-heartedly believe in his passion for moving people through music,” says Christine West, Lone Tree’s Charity Coordinator. “We wanted to have a small part in supporting someone that has truly dedicated his life to raising awareness and funding to hopefully some day soon find a cure for Multiple Myeloma.”

For more information about this collaboration, or with any other media inquiries, feel free to contact RadCraft at coop@radcraftbeer.com.

About Lone Tree Brewing Company

Lone Tree Brewing Company is a European-style craft brewery and tasting room located in Lone Tree, Colorado near Park Meadows Mall. Opening Lone Tree Brewing Company in 2011 meant much more to its owners than just serving beer. To them the brewery is about creating a community atmosphere where people who share their excitement in the science, experimentation, and development of a handcrafted beer can feel right at home.

Lone Tree Brewing Company is located at 8200 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 8222. Visit the brewery online at lonetreebrewingco.com. Like the brewery on Facebook at facebook.com/LoneTreeBrewingCo, follow the brewery on Instagram @lonetreebrewingco, or tweet to the brewery on Twitter @lonetreebrewing.

About Odell Brewing

Odell Brewing is an independent, family and employee owned regional craft brewery. Since 1989, the culture of family and collaboration has thrived, fostering a brewery full of beer-centric people. It is this passion for beer that inspires Odell Brewing to create quality, hand-crafted and innovative brews. Odell Brewing is committed to providing exceptional service to its customers while making positive contributions to their co-workers and community through its outreach and charitable giving programs. Odell Brewing was named the “Best Medium Sized Company to Work For” in Colorado in 2015 and is the 34th largest craft brewery in the Unites States. Visit the brewery online at odellbrewing.com.

About CancerBlows

In 2013 43-year-old Dallas Symphony Orchestra trumpeter Ryan Anthony was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a terminal bone marrow cancer that typically appears in patients aged 70 and older. Ryan’s musical community rallied around him and when they offered support, he jokingly replied that “we’ll all play a concert when I am healthy again and we’ll call it ‘Cancer Blows’”. Ryan is now in remission, and the joke morphed into The Ryan Anthony Foundation, who in 2015 put on CancerBlows, a once-in-a-lifetime musical event bringing together the most famous trumpet players in the world. The event raised more than $1 million with all of the net proceeds donated to the Baylor Health Care Research Foundation and Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation that work toward a cure for cancer. Visit CancerBlows online at cancerblows.com.