WolfPac Closes Denver Dispensaries, Blames “No Product … – Westword

We’d never heard of a pot shop shutting down because it ran out of weed, but that’s what a sign outside of WolfPac says happened at this dispensary.

Wholesale marijuana prices have never been lower in Colorado, yet both WolfPac dispensaries in Denver are currently closed, with a sign posted outside the location at 2420 South Colorado Boulevard that reads, “Store Closed No Product.”

The closed WolfPac dispensary at 74 Federal Boulevard also has a sign on the door, but that notice reads, “Closed today. We are sorry for the inconvenience.” However, WolfPac’s Denver stores have been closed for at least two weeks, if not longer, according to online customer reports.

WolfPac’s dispensary in Pueblo is still open.

The supply chain isn’t the only obstacle that WolfPac has encountered in Denver. It’s currently battling licensing discipline after 2022 inspections by the Denver Department of Excise & Licenses charged it with marijuana product tracking, storage and surveillance violations. Some of those violations were disputed by WolfPac, and a hearing took place on January 13. The city hearing officer has not yet issued any recommendations; once those are submitted, Excise & Licenses executive director Molly Duplechian will issue the terms of any potential punishment.

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