Denver’s Wah Gwaan Brewing will close on Jan. 31


After just 18 months in business, Denver’s Wah Gwaan Brewing announced Saturday on Facebook that it will close its doors on Jan. 31.

The brilliantly decorated brewery, at 925 W. 8th Ave., featured a Jamaican aesthetic, including numerous murals inspired by co-owner Harsha Maragh’s Jamaican and East Indian ancestry. It hosted a variety of multicultural events, including music and food pop-ups and the Black People Know Things trivia night. Beers on tap often featured Caribbean fruits and spices.

“While we absolutely love our community and want to keep producing island brews, there are insurmountable external obstacles that have hindered us up until this point,” Maragh and her husband, brewery co-owner Jesse Brown, wrote on Facebook.

“Inflation, rising costs and the state of the economy have put us in this difficult position and we are not able to remain open while providing the service you’ve come to love and expect,” they added. (Maragh couldn’t immediately be reached for additional comment, but The Denver Post will update this story if that changes.)

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