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9 Ways to Sip and See Your Way Through Castle Rock, CO

Sip and savor your way through Castle Rock at these epic breweries, wineries and cocktail spots. 

By Kevin Litwin on August 12, 2022

Castle Rock, CO: Aerial shot of people gathered at Honnibrook Craft Meadery
Courtesy of Honnibrook Craft Meadery

Castle Rock has more than 100 restaurants, and it also has several lovely places where you can enjoy an adult beverage. Here are just a few options:

Burly Brewing Co.

680 Atchison Way #800, Castle Rock, CO

  • Offers more than 20 craft brew choices
  • Refers to its customers as Burlys (guys), Gurlys (ladies) and Furlys (pets)
  • Open seven days, with food trucks Tuesday- Sunday and live music on weekends

Crush Wine Bar

3911 Ambrosia St, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Open since 2017
  • Drink selections include white, red, rose and dessert wines and some are even vegan friendly
  • Has an extensive food menu, including a variety of 9-inch flatbread specialty options

Hideaway Bar & Grill

600 Jerry St, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Provides a family-friendly atmosphere, and there is also a dog-friendly outdoor patio
  • The food menu includes dozens of starters and entrees along with a kid’s menu
Castle Rock, CO: Union in Downtown Castle Rock, Colorado ©Journal Communications/Colin Shreffler
Colin Shreffler

Union American Bistro

3 Wilcox St, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Features weekly specials for martinis, seasonal cocktails, margaritas and innovative food
  • Prepares modern dining dishes that include fresh veggies and fruits harvested from area farms
  • Open five days a week, closed Mondays and Sundays

Honnibrook Craft Meadery

2276 Manatt Ct Unit B9, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Has been brewing homemade craft mead (honey wine) since 2018
  • Produces more than 20 mead flavors, including black cherry, cucumber lime and pineapple chipotle
  • Also makes slushies in peach, hive mojito, margarita and salted mango flavors

Rockyard Brewing Co. 

880 Castleton Rd, Castle Rock, CO 

  • The longest-running brewpub in Douglas County (opened in 1999!)
  • Features 12 ales and lagers along with a chile guava cider
  • Has won many competitions, including Great American Beer Festival and Colorado State Fair awards
Castle Rock, CO: Bartenders pour beer from the taps for customers at Wild Blue Yonder Brewing in Castle Rock, Colorado.
Jeff Adkins

Wild Blue Yonder Brewing Co. 

519 Wilcox St, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Three of the primary owners are Air Force veteran officers
  • Offers an outdoor beer garden, along with a comfortable indoor brewpub space
  • Also available is an upscale brewpub menu

Siena at the Courtyard

333 Perry St Ste. D, Castle Rock, CO 

  • Billed as a fun and casual Italian-American gathering place
  • Has an extensive wine list and many happy hour drink specials
  • Offers diverse food menu items and is primarily known for its brick oven pizzas

The Whiskey Lodge

3911 Ambrosia St Suite 3, Castle Rock, CO 

  • A comfortable neighborhood bar with a relaxed mountain lodge setting
  • Offers a sizable whiskey, cocktails, wine and beer menu
  • Food options include mountain man burgers, buffalo bratwursts and four pizza choices

If you’d like to learn more about the Castle Rock area, check out the latest edition of Livability: Castle Rock, CO

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