Lone Pint Brewery is getting smaller. Bottles, that is.
According to co-founder Trevor Brown, the Magnolia, Texas-based brewery will be replacing the 750ml bottles it currently uses for all of its packaged releases with four-packs of smaller 500ml bottles. After being a draft-only brewery since it opened in 2012, Lone Pint started selling 750ml bottles of its beers in Oct. 2014.
In a phone call, Brown told Tenemu that the first beer to be released in the smaller 500ml bottle format will be Yellow Rose, which is scheduled to begin shipping to retailers in Lone Pint’s distribution footprint in August, with the remaining beers in the brewery’s portfolio following shortly after as label gain approval.