Cedar Park Breweries
Have you heard the buzz about new and upcoming Cedar Park Breweries? We are lucky to have three amazing locally owned craft breweries right here in Cedar Park, Texas. Craft beer has been a trend in many larger cities for the last decade and it has become a booming industry as consumers look towards locally produced, unique and quality goods. Cedar Park is no exception when it comes to brewery growth and I’m sure we can expect more to join as brewers look for affordable space and thirsty clientele.
If you are a beer enthusiast, you have probably visited many of Austin’s small breweries. In recent years, dozens of hip and trendy craft beer spots have popped up in and around Austin from small nano size to large scale operations. Here is a Guide to Austin’s Breweries in case you missed any.
Now you don’t have to venture into Austin to find unique craft brews. Cedar Park Breweries offer locals cool venues and great beer right here.
Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Co. offers fresh house roasted coffees and house brewed beer. Coffee and Brew? Who knew? You don’t want to miss this Cedar Park gem. And Red Horn was the first of Cedar Park Breweries. Get your morning coffee fix and enjoy fresh made, locally sourced pastries as well as delicious sandwiches and salad. When it’s 5’oclock somewhere, there is plenty of great beer on tap. Come to Red Horn on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 for Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night with beer specials and pizza from Bellini’s. Follow their Facebook Page for events and specials.
Whitestone Brewery is the largest brewery in Cedar Park. Located in the Rail Yard on Whitestone Blvd, this brewery offers one of the best shady patios in town for hanging out with friends on a hot day. The patio overlooks the rail yard with great views of the trains from Austin Steam Train Association. The Tap Room is open Monday-Thursday 2pm-11pm and Friday-Sunday 12pm-12am. Former software exec and home brewer turned brewery owner, Ryan Anglen, set out to make his dreams come true. Brewmaster Kris Gray and Anglen have created an impressive beer lovers venue for Cedar Park. Complete with food trucks, live music and a beer garden, locals don’t have to travel to Austin anymore for the cool Austin vibe. Check their website for events and food truck info. Event Info.
All Cedar Park Breweries are locally owned and started by passionate beer enthusiasts with a lot of help from their supportive family and friends. The great thing about craft breweries is that they are small scale and local, making for closer relationships with the communities they serve. So, get out and support your local breweries and have some fun getting to know your neighbors too.
More Brew and Fun
There are also quite a few places in Cedar Park where you can pick up your craft beer or sit down and enjoy it with your friends.
The Dig Pub, also located in the same plaza at 401 Cypress Creek Road, specializes in craft beer and boutique wines. If you want to enjoy a pint with your favorite pooch, you can also visit Dog House Drinkery in Leander where they serve local craft beers in a dog friendly environment. Check the Dog House Rules before you go.
Within Whole Foods 365 store, there is a one of Austin’s favorite restaurant and bar, Easy Tiger. You can get the same delicious sausages, sandwiches, pretzels and fresh baked breads along with a great selection of draft and bottled beer.
Some other local watering holes serving local and unique brews are Magorie’s Sports Bar, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, The Backyard, Noble Pig, Leander Beer Market and The Post.
Stay tuned as we keep an eye on what’s happening in Cedar Park. We are betting there will be more breweries soon!