Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect 4th Tap Brewing in the area has closed.

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Adelbert’s Brewery is shutting down its north Austin location on Oct. 31.

The brewery at 2314 Rutland Dr. is about three blocks south of Q2 Stadium, which is east of Burnet Road and The Domain.

Adelbert’s is closing because the landlords decided to end their lease to make way for an office building.

The brewery’s owners said they learned of the decision in January and spent the next two to three months trying unsuccessfully to relocate.

According to a May article from our partners at Austin Business Journal, Travis Central Appraisal District, or TCAD, records show TD Family Partnership Ltd. owns the land under Adelbert. TCAD appraised the property at $4.9 million this year, which is a nearly 50% increase in the past five years.

Adelbert’s has been open for 11 years.

ABJ reported breweries are among many small businesses using industrial space in the area. Oskar Blues Brewery and Celis Brewery are nearby. 4th Tap Brewing also used to be in the area but it shut down because of “lasting economic burdens from the pandemic coupled with rapidly rising rent,” according to its website.

“We’ve got a few days left, and we’re going to make the most of every single one of those days right up to the bitter end,” said Sean Farmer, general manager of Adelbert’s.