The force majeure clause in the parties’ lease allowed a party to defer performance if a force majeure delayed, interrupted or prevented performance of obligations under the lease.  This decision holds that though COVID-19 and related governmental restrictions on use of the premises for its intended purpose as a brewpub, the pandemic did not delay, interrupt or prevent the tenant from performing its duty to pay rent since it had the necessary money to do so even though the brewpub was losing money during the pandemic.  Mere increase in expense is not in itself a force majeure excusing performance.