Colorado's 'top' brewery closes

Rosie's Brewpub in Leadville, CO, has served its final pint.

May 39 was the last day for the business, billed as Colorado's highest-altitude brewery. A message on its Web site says:

"Unfortunately with the economy, we here at Rosie's Brewpub must close our doors. This past winter has impacted us in the worst way possible. Thanks to the many that did patronize our brewpub."

The four-year-old pub was owned by Rosemary and Gary Yonocsko. It is the second craft brewer to go out of business in the state in recent weeks. The seven-year-old Arctic Craft Brewery in Colorado Springs closed last month amidst, says Denver Westword, "a dispute between its partners."

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