While national on-premise beer chain World of Beer will lose its last 2 Colorado locations in next few weeks, fast-moving Crazy Mountain Brewing will gain a pair of new taprooms in metro-Denver area. Founded in Edwards in 2010 before taking over ex-Breckenridge Brewery facility in Denver in 2015, the brewery will first convert one ex-WOB location (in Cherry Creek/Glendale) to a 24-tap retail outlet, opening shortly. A 2d in Lakewood will open in August, co announced this week. Co also recently expanded Denver facility to include an outdoor beer garden, it announced. Last yr it shipped about 25K bbls, mktg director Greg Neale shared with Craft Brew News. It’s expecting to jump another 60% or so to finish the yr around 40K bbls, he added. At new taprooms, it’ll offer about a dozen year-rounds plus specialty releases and a handful of beers from others. It’s keeping staff, but reducing selection as WOB accounts previously had upwards of 50 taps, according to Westword. Paper also reminds that WOB went from 4 CO locations to none, after it closed one Denver location early last yr and was apparently evicted from Boulder location in December. Recall, Oskar Blues is now taking over Boulder spot.