Barely over a week after Epic Brewery announced that it would close at the end of the year, Denver’s River North district lost another when 10 Barrel Brewery announced its immediate closing on the company’s Instagram, in another blow to RiNo’s suddenly reeling craft beer scene.

“Denver, six years ago we did a thing, and what a great run it’s been. Our time in RiNo has been special,” the post read. “Today, with heavy hearts, we are closing our Denver Pub. Opting not to renew our lease was not an easy decision, and we will now be focusing on taking care of our amazing staff. Thank you for your support over the years!”

Based in Bend, Oregon, 10 Barrel – which specializes in hoppy, India Pale Ales and sour beers – opened the taproom on 2620 Walnut St. in 2006. The 10,000-square foot facility was acquired by beverage giant Anheuser-Busch InBev when 10 Barrel was purchased by the international conglomerate in 2013. AB InBev also owns Colorado’s Breckenridge Brewery as part of its stable of craft breweries.

Unlike the situation with Epic Brewing, which hopes to find a new location in Denver, there has been no word at this time whether 10 Barrel intends to eventually re-enter the market after the surprise closure, but following the Instagram post announcing the closure, the company’s website removed all content on the Denver location.