According to a post on the company’s Facebook page, The Collective Brewing Project has ceased business operations.
The Fort Worth, Texas-based brewery posted that it was closing its doors “indefinitely”, in part due to the fact that the building where the brewery is located could not be accessed.
“For the last five years there have been a ton of ups and downs,” reads the Facebook post. “Owning a small business is the best and worst decision one can make. We’ve done some cool things in beer. My list of things we’ve accomplished is pretty long but ultimately they pale in comparison to the relationships we’ve made over the last five years. I’m also thankful for each and every one of you that showed us support over the last five years. From a simple like on a social media post to buying one of our pints, we are deeply grateful for everything.”
Founded in 2014 by Ryan Deyo and business partner Mike Goldfuss, The Collective Brewing Project specialized in sour and barrel-aged beers that it produced in a 35-barrel capacity facility located just south of downtown Fort Worth. While Deyo had been brewing beers under the brewery’s name starting in June 2014, The Collective Brewing Project’s taproom and brewing facilities did not officially open until November of that year.