​Veterans Boulder Beer to Shutter Brewpub​

In a letter sent to customers via social media and its newsletter on Monday afternoon, Boulder Beer owner Gina Day announced that the 40-year brewery is selling its facility, which includes its brewpub. The last day of operation is scheduled for Saturday, January 18.
“Some outside influences have recently transpired that have led us to make business decisions we feel are best for the company,” Day wrote.
It’s been a tumultuous few months for the Boulder, Colorado veterans. ​The brewery recently announced it was folding its brands, but then ​announced it would be able to continue the brand through a partnership with Sleeping Giant, a Denver-based contract brewery.
​”​After closing the manufacturing side of our business and then creating a relationship with Sleeping Giant, we feel it is now in our best interest to pursue this opportunity to sell the building,” Day said. “The 19,000 square foot production facility has proven to be too large for our brewpub to operate within.”
​Boulder’s brand will live on in six-packs and on tap for retail, but the physical facility will be gone.
Boulder Beer staff will all have access to job opportunities with ​Boulder’s sister company Concept Restaurants should they decide to join ​that team.
​”Also, with all of these changes, it isn’t out of the picture that you may see a new Boulder Beer Pub open sometime down the road,” Day added. “Thank you all for 40 amazing years of support and friendship.”

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