Westword: Some Breweries Switch to Delivery, To-Go Options As Others Close Doors

Although many breweries were packed with people over the weekend, others closed their doors in the interest of public health or switched to new formats in the hopes of staying in business.

Hogshead Brewery, for instance, says it will roll out free Crowler delivery today, while WeldWerks Brewing in Greeley, Odd13 Brewing in Lafayette and Odell Brewing in Fort Collins have reduced hours and turned off the taps — and are now offering only packaged beer to go. Raices Brewing in Denver, meanwhile, is doing curbside beer pickup from a dedicated spot outside of the brewery. The Mountain Sun Pub group, which owns the Vine Street Pub, has closed its doors and is now offering curbside pickup of food to go.

In the meantime, other breweries and brewpubs have decided to close up shop entirely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic — at least for the next week and possibly more. They include Great Divide Brewing, Blue Moon Brewing, Our Mutual Friend Brewing, New Belgium Brewing and the Bull & Bush Pub.

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