Crazy Mountain Brewery posted on its Facebook page that the brewery in Edwards is closed.
“We are relocating our brewing production and will be opening a new taproom in a new spot in Eagle County, and will be sharing information on the move, timing, etc. as quickly as possible,” the post said.
Westword’s Jonathan Shikes reported that the closure was due to a disagreement with the landlord, which resulted in a court order to vacate the property.
“We have been planning a new location for about eighteen months, and given the size and scope, it’s a lengthy process,” Crazy Mountain founder Kevin Selvy told Westword. “Our intent was to keep the Edwards facility going until the new one was ready — to have a seamless transition — and we had been negotiating with the landlord to try and do that. But at the end of the day, that didn’t work for the folks who own it. They wanted a long-term lease…. It came down to the eleventh hour, so it all happened pretty quickly.”