At New Castle Liquors, we’re proud to support Colorado craft industries by offering an ever-evolving selection of locally made beers, wines and spirits. Here are the brands you’ll find on our shelves. Please keep in mind that this list changes frequently, so stop by to see what’s new. Made in Colorado!
Colorado Craft Beer
Colorado’s craft brewing heritage and reputation as the country’s ground zero for small-batch artisan breweries make us the envy of beer-loving residents of other states. Colorado has the fourth most breweries per capita in the U.S.! Read more about craft breweries in Colorado.
The Colorado Brewers Guild is a non-profit trade association with a mission to promote, protect, and propel independent craft breweries in the State of Craft Beer through advocacy, community, education, and public awareness. Our membership is made up of breweries, breweries in planning, and allied trade partners. The majority of the 400+ craft breweries in Colorado are members of the CBG.
- Avery Brewing Company, Boulder
- Blue Moon Brewing, Golden
- Breckenridge Brewery, Breckenridge
- Casey Brewing, Glenwood Springs
- Colorado Native, Golden
- Denver Beer Company, Denver
- Dry Dock Brewery, Aurora
- Great Divide Brewing, Denver
- Horse & Dragon Brewing Company, Fort Collins
- Left Hand Brewing, Longmont
- Lone Tree Brewing, Lone Tree
- New Belgium Brewing Company, Fort Collins
- Odell Brewing Company, Fort Collins
- Oskar Blues Brewery, Longmont
- Palisade Brewing Company, Palisade
- Pikes Peak Brewing, Monument
- SKA, Durango
- Soulcraft Brewing, Salida
- Steamworks Brewing, Durango
- Upslope Brewing Company, Boulder
Colorado Craft Cider
Did you know that in the late 1800s, Colorado was one of the top apple-growing states in the country? Read more about Colorado craft cideries.
- Big B’s Hard Cider, Hotchkiss
- Colorado Cider Company, Denver
- Colorado Sunshine by The Old Mine, Erie
- Snow Capped Cider, Cedaredge
- Stem Ciders, Denver
- Talbott Ciders, Palisade
Colorado’s wine history dates back to 1883, when William. E. Pabor first recognized the fruit producing potential of the Grand Valley. He planted grapes, apples, pears, peaches, cherries and plums near Fruita. By 1909, more than 1,034 Colorado farms were involved in grape production. And, in 2018, “Wine Enthusiast” magazine named Colorado as one of the top 10 wine destinations of the year. Read more about Colorado wineries.
- Carlson Vineyards, Palisade
- Colorado Cellars, Palisade
- Colterris Winery, Palisade
- Grande River Vineyards, Palisade
- Maison La Belle Vie Winery, Palisade
- Rocky Mountain Vineyards, Palisade
- St. Kathryn Cellars, Palisade
- Talon Wines, Palisade
- Two Rivers Winery, Grand Junction
- Wild Capture, Glenwood Springs
Colorado Craft Spirits
Friendly, Colorado craft distillers are focusing on sourcing as many ingredients close to home as possible, resulting in flavors and crafty recipes you’ll only find here.
- 10th Mountain
- Breckenridge Distillery, Breckenridge
- Colorado Honey, Honey House Distillery, La Plata County
- Hidden Peaks, Colorado Cream
- Idlewild Spirits Distillery, Winter Park
- Leopold Bros., Denver
- Locke & Co.
- Marble Distilling, Carbondale
- Mile High Spirits, Denver
- Peach Street Distillers, Palisade
- Stoneyard Distillery, Dotsero
- Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey, Denver
- Tincup Whiskey, Denver
- Woody Creek Distillers, Basalt
- Strong Water Mountain Elixirs, Denver
- Sendy Sauce, Eagle
- Horsetooth Bloody Mary Mix, Fort Collins
Colorado’s liquid arts include 311 craft breweries, 135 wineries, 72 craft distilleries and 1,616 independent liquor stores. Altogether, they employ 15,000 people and contribute $1,160 million to Colorado’s economy. Buy local and help keep these small businesses in business.