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Breck Brew Pub news and FAQ




Situation Overview

We have been lucky to call the South Main brewpub our home since 1990 and throughout the nearly three decades we’ve been in business, we’ve been humbled by the support residents and visitors have shown us. Many employees have worked at the pub for decades and the staff feels like a true family. We reached an agreement to renew the lease for our Breckenridge Brewpub, but the landlord abruptly backed out of the deal soon before our lease was due to expire. We are incredibly disappointed in the landlord’s decision not to honor our deal, yet our commitment to our employees and the community remains. We are invested in the town of Breckenridge and want to remain a fixture of the community.

We’ve received a lot of questions since the news went public, so we’ve included some of the most frequently asked questions below to help everyone understand the situation. We thank our community for standing with us!

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Q&A

Q: How long do you think you can stay in the brewpub space?

A: We filed a lawsuit against the landlord so that we can stay in the property for the next 5 years, which is the term we agreed to in the new lease.

Q: Do you have any new sites in mind?

A: Being the third oldest brewpub in Colorado, opening more than 29 years ago, means we have a lot of history in this space. We are invested in the town of Breckenridge and want to remain a fixture of the community.

Q: If the lease isn’t renewed, will you stay in Breckenridge?

A: Yes, we want to stay in Breckenridge whether it be in our current home or another space. We are committed to the town and that is not changing.

Q: What was the complaint or claim that was filed?

A: We filed a lawsuit to enforce the new lease that we agreed to with the landlord.

 



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