Seven short years.
In Seven short years Tree House has grown from a ten gallon brew pot, a dream, and a barn to a beautiful destination brewery on seventy acres equipped with state of the art equipment and a beautiful environment.
In Seven short years we have hosted nearly two and half million people at four different breweries in three different locations.
In Seven short years we have brewed over 3,500 batches on four different brewhouses in four different locations.
In Seven short years we have gone from zero employees to eighty three employees, all of whom pull a tremendous weight to continue a march toward the future.
In Seven short years we have packaged around 100,000 BBLS of beer, and behind every single drop is a striving crew that is questioning every inch of the process. The same people responsible for our beer in the red barn continue to be responsible for our beer today, and it will continue to be this way for as long as physically possible. We have the leanest, meanest production crew on the planet.
In Seven short years we have created dozens and dozens of beers and established a singular flavor profile and style that is unique to our brewery.
In Seven short years our beer has been enjoyed on seven continents.
In Seven short years we have been inspired by our peers, particularly brewer-owned breweries, that strive to maintain the highest level of quality with uncompromising ideals, unfailing visions, and razor sharp focus on the product.
In Seven short years we have experienced immense joy and immense sorrow, many times within minutes of each other. We have struggled mightily to live up to expectations that have been set for us, continuously humbled by the outpouring of support we have received for our efforts.
The next several weeks will see us revisiting our past, previewing our future, and reveling in the environment we have created both for ourselves, and to share with you. It will also see us profiling the people behind the brewery, and who have made it happen with us.
Tree House is entering a period of immense creative opportunity, with several projects under way that will allow us to take chances and make beers we have dreamed about making since we began in earnest seven years ago.
Woodstock will be home to a tart beers of mixed fermentation, fruited estate grown beers, wine, cider, mead, and clean low alcohol lagers and pale ales.
Monson is home to a mass of barrels conditioning high gravity beers for as long as they need to for optimal taste and maturity.
And future plans are imminent.
To quote the immortal John Connor, “The future's not set. There's no fate but what we make for ourselves."
We are extremely proud of what we have done, but restless for the road ahead. We are just a baby, and we are planning to be around for a very long time. We are energized, emboldened, and brimming with excitement for what is to come. We look forward to sharing our work with you as long as we possibly can. Thank you for supporting us - and for providing feedback, both critical and receptive - and for continuing to give us the opportunity to pursue our craft with vigor, responsibility, focus, and - most importantly - joy.