Written by Steve Raabe for The Denver Post
Too many beer drinkers, not enough beer.
That’s the problem — or perhaps the dubious benefit — confronting several of Colorado’s most popular craft brewers.
They’ve had to suspend shipments to some out-of-state markets because demand from consumers has outstripped supplies.
Denver-based Great Divide Brewing Co. recently notified distributors that it is pulling out of five states and the nation’s capital on top of a consolidation late last year in all or parts of seven other states.
Oskar Blues Brewery and Left Hand Brewing, both based in Longmont, also have exited out-of-state markets over the past year.
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