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Which airports offer the best brews for beer road trippers?

Submitted by on March 26, 2010 – 4:00 am2 Comments

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Evan S. Benns, a beer columnist for the St. Louis Post Dispatch, wrote about some of the best airports for craft beer lovers who face a long layover between flights – and some where you’ll be lucky to find an overpriced Budweiser-Miller-Coors offering.

Among the best, Benns writes in his “Hip Hops” column (Love the name!), are Boston’s Logan International, O’Hare in Chicago and Denver International.

The Denver Airport, which has tap houses for Boulder Brewing and New Belgium in its terminals, is usually a destination for me, but next time, I think I’ll try to route my flight so I change planes there.

What are your favorite brew-friendly airports to be stuck in?

2 Comments »

  • Great thinking. A few months ago I was in Dulles (IAD) outside DC. I stopped at Dominion Brewing on the ride home and got to try some new beers. It’s great when you are on business and don’t have time to go bar hopping or leisurely find a brewery – bang tap fresh microbrews you never knew.

    You should write an expanded article on this for sure, and we would definitely want to feature it on our website.

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  • Gerard says:

    I agree, but it seems that I’m always too rushed in airports to explore the beer scene. Any frequent fliers out there care to add to the list?

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