Here are the Colorado breweries that have closed in 2021…
Peak to Peak Tap & Brew (Aurora) (20 May 2017 to 23 Feb 2021)
In 2014, Peak to Peak Tap Room opened their doors to the Southeast Aurora community with 20 rotating taps and an attached kitchen that originally housed an independent chef and menu. This modest tap room expanded in 2017 to a brewpub. Adding another 10 taps to accommodate their own brews they became Peak to Peak Tap and Brew. They later acquired a second taproom and brewery space on Colfax Ave once occupied by Mu Brewery but later consolidated back to their original location with the Colfax spot turned over to Lady Justice Brewing. They closed their doors in February of 2021 after selling to Six Capital Brewing & BBQ.
Gone but Not Forgotten: Peak to Peak Tap & Brew by Alex Consolver
Crestone Brewing (Crestone) (13 Sep 2016 to 15 May 2021)
For those unfamiliar, Crestone is a small village at the foot of the western slope of the Sangre de Cristo Range, in the northern part of the San Luis Valley. A beautiful spot for a fabulous brew pub, Crestone provided some delicious food along with outstanding beers.
Broken Plow Brewing (Greeley) (31 Dec 2013 to 23 June 2021)
While not as famous as some of the bigger names in Greeley, Broken Plow was a locals favorite on the western side of town. After over 7 successful years the owners retired and sold their location to Rule 105 Brewing.
Here is the list of the Colorado breweries that closed in 2021:
|Open date||Brewery||City||Close date|
|20-May-17||Peak to Peak Tap & Brew||Colorado Springs||23-Feb-21|
|31-Dec-13||Broken Plow Brewing||Greeley||23-Jun-21|