MoCo Lite, the Collaboration Between Lone Oak Brewery and The MoCoShow, Now Available Across The County

by MCS Staff
On September 28th, Lone Oak Farm Brewing Company and The MoCoShow dropped their collaboration, bringing you MoCo Lite (3.8% ABV)– an American Pilsner that’s easy-drinking, extra pale, and very refreshing. MoCo Lite has been available since Wednesday, September 28 in pints or in 16oz cans to-go at Lone Oak Farm (5000 Olney Laytonsville Rd in Olney) and is now available across the county. Below you’ll see a list of where you can try MoCo Lite, either on tap or in 16oz cans:
Cedar Grove Store (Germantown)- cans
Hop N Cru (Germantown) – cans
Hornets Nest (Damascus) – draft
Airpark beer and wine (Gaithersburg) – cans
Fontina grille (King Farm) – draft
Bonchon Rockville –  cans
Elbe’s beer & wine (Wheaton) -cans
Cugini’s restaurant & bar (Poolesville) – draft
Hammer & Stain (Rockville) – cans
Maple Lawn Wine & Spirits -cans
Brew Belly (Olney) – cans
Java Nation: North Bethesda – draft
Laytonsville golf course (Laytonsville) – draft
Rollins Beer and Wine (Rockville) – cans
King’s Craft Beer & Wine (King Farm) – draft
Many of the county liquor stores also have it in cans and we are trying to make it available in as many places as possible.
About: Lone Oak co-founders Chris and Charlie Miller are graduates of Magruder High School. They teamed up with co-owners and builders Ralph and Ryan Mollet of Gaithersburg to bring you the brewery and great times for almost 2.5 years now. The 29-acre farm brewery opened in June of 2020 and is one of the only breweries in state to grow its own barley – and also malt the barley on-site. Lone Oak boasts dozens of beers on tap at any time, offers brewhouse tours and tastings, private event spaces, and now has its products in more than 100 locations across Maryland. The majestic pre-Civil War Lone Oak tree sits at the edge of the property, which was formerly owned by Samuel Riggs IV of the Riggs and Sandy Spring Bank family. Before his passing, Riggs donated to the University of Maryland for the school’s alumni center, which bears his name; as well as to Montgomery General Hospital in Olney, where the critical-care unit is named in his honor.
The MoCo Lite can label was designed by MoCo native and Good Counsel graduate Matt Corrado, a friend of the Mollets and Millers, and Creative Director at Bright Light Media in Kensington. The MoCoShow was founded by MoCo native and Watkins Mill High School graduate, Alex Tsironis. Lone Oak Farm Brewmaster Kevin Hilton has been crafting the farm’s brews since Lone Oak’s opening, and also attended Good Counsel. “From Poolesville to Burtonsville and Damascus to Silver Spring, Lone Oak Farm and The MoCo Show are celebrating the county we love. Montgomery County grown. Montgomery County made. Montgomery County proud.”

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