Thousands of Coloradans love coffee and the TV show, "Yellowstone." Here comes a way to enjoy both. You could even make it so that "Rip" comes to town.

Imagine getting a cup of this coffee, looking out at the road, and thinking that you've always wanted to be a cowboy/cowgirl. You'll almost be able to hear the bunkhouse getting loud.

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This will be much, much better than a trip to the "Train Station."

Cole Hauser, who plays "Rip," has his brand of coffee, and it will be in a chain of iced tea shops, HTeaO. In the summer of 2023, we let you know that HTeaO will be putting their first Colorado location in Loveland.

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What is this 'Rip' coffee coming to Colorado?

The brand is called "Free Rein;" they launched with Cole in October 2023, but the company has a 20-plus-year legacy of roasting and serving coffee in West Texas.

Where can you get Free Rein coffee in Colorado?

When HTeao opens in Loveland, you'll find a wide assortment of teas to quench your thirst and a state-of-the-art coffee bar with Free Rein's American Dirt coffee. You'll also be able to get lattes and espressos with Free Rein.

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Rip himself could come to Colorado

To promote Free Rein coming to HTeaO, they're holding a promotion where the location that sells the most American Dirt will get a surprise visit from Cole Hauser.

How cool would it be for him to swing by Loveland?

That store better open soon so we can "get after it."

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