After close to six years in business, Rabbit Hole Brewing is closing its doors this month.
According to a post on the Justin, Texas-based brewery’s website, there were “a number of factors” that led to the decision:
We did not make this decision lightly,” reads the post. “A number of factors have led to the necessity of this action, but the bottom line is that the business can no longer support itself in its current form. It’s been a wild ride and it would not have been the same without our friends and colleagues. We have built a family in the craft beer community and we will miss everybody dearly.
Matt Morriss, Laron Cheek and Tom Anderson opened Rabbit Hole in early 2014 after raising money through a Kickstarter campaign. As the brewery’s name suggests, a number of its beers as well as its decor were inspired by Lewis Carroll’s book “Alice in Wonderland.”
The brewery’s business operations will cease on Friday, but the taproom will be open on Sept. 6 and 7 as well as Sept. 13 and 14 in order to “give everybody a last chance to stop by and have a beer.”