Busch Light gives remote work a breath of fresh air with an outdoor workspace


“TREEWORK” Beer brewed for the great outdoors revolutionizes remote working with a one-of-a-kind co-working space in the Colorado wilderness

With Labor Day behind us, many still wonder what work will look like this fall and beyond. Flexible working arrangements show no signs of slowing down, which is why Busch Light is stepping into the fold with a simpler and superior working solution. Announcement: TreeWork, the optimal outdoor coworking space, nestled in the heart of the Colorado forests. So when your boss asks you how you plan to work this fall, you can tell them you’ll be working remotely… VERY remotely.

Beyond the scenic backdrop of the Colorado wilderness, TreeWork amenities include sleek, well-ventilated office space, powerful Wi-Fi, Busch Light happy hours, on-site grilling, fires camp and for those who want to be out longer than just 9-5, guests are invited to swap blue light for starlight as they camp under some of the country’s most scenic night skies. “Busch Light stands up for everything that happens outdoors because we know the powerful impact that just being outdoors can have,” said Daniel Blake, Group Vice President, Budweiser & Value at Anheuser-Busch. “As beer was brewed for the great outdoors, we knew we had the opportunity to step in and create a collaborative workspace that harnesses the beauty of nature to help alleviate some of the stress and fatigue that affect us all. Whether you are looking to get out of the home, the office or just outside, TreeWork is the ultimate change of scenery to give you the refreshment you deserve.

As Busch Light developed TreeWork, the brand’s extensive research revealed that some of the most well-known coworking spaces have succumbed to a fatal flaw; it’s not overvaluation or mismanaged cash flow, it’s the fact that they are largely… on the inside. TreeWork was founded on the philosophy that virtually everything is better on the outside, from sipping an ice cold beer to filing your TPS reports. In fact, research by OnePoll suggests that 29 minutes spent outdoors leads to a 45% increase in productivity.

This state-of-the-art workspace created by Busch Light is located in an undisclosed and remote location in northern Colorado. Maintaining the privacy and tranquility of our customers is paramount to TreeWork’s ethics. Those interested can reserve a place via visittobusch.com/treework, where our intuitive guest interface allows seats to be reserved on a first come, first served basis from September 22, 2021. Submissions do not guarantee a seat and all guests will be subject to a background check. We want your work to grow, flourish and diversify – and what better way than to take it outside? Reserve your space in the most ambitious office in the world: the great outdoors!

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