MobCraft brewery closes just seven months after opening in Curtis Park

MobCraft, a Wisconsin brewery that opened a Denver outlet in September 2022 at 2403 Champa St., announced Thursday that it will close for good at 7 p.m. on April 23.

“The closure is due to circumstances beyond our control with our Denver lease and myriad unfortunate events,” according to a statement from MobCraft Beer CEO Henry Schwartz.

The brewery and its former restaurant partner Dee Tacko took over the former Liberati Brewing space in October 2021 before spending 11 months renovating the building (Dee Tacko moved out in mid-February, and MobCraft had been looking for another restaurant to fill in). Founded in 2013, MobCraft crowd-sourced its often unusual beer recipes before brewing them. The company still has locations in Wisconsin and is working on expanding there.

“It is very difficult to close less than one year after opening. We were just gaining traction, feeling supported by the neighborhood and community, and truly loved contributing to the Denver beer and food scene,” wrote Schwartz, who actually grew up in Colorado.

MobCraft branding specialist Ryan Doolan said one of the issues had to do with the brewery’s lease, but declined to comment further due to pending legal issues. “It has been a pretty frustrating battle,” he said. “But we have to make tough but smart decisions.”

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