This place is a godsend if you are about to take a 10 hour flight back to England. Stone IPA and Pale Ale 2.0, plus a couple of others on draft. A wide selection of Stone bottled beers available, several of which made it back with me. Good quality, Panini type food available. More airports should follow this example and provide high quality craft beer.
Itís an airport so expect to pay those prices.
Otherwise, the selection of beers isnít bad but they donít let you take beer on the flight s (noooo). Only Jetblue allows it apparently.
Overall, good place to grab a beer and some good food if you have the time. Itís like a normal airport setting, bar in the center and tables around it.
Imaginez Stone dans un aťroport et ya des bonnes chances que vous soyez sur la cible. Ne cherchez pas brassins en dehors de la piste mais comptez sur les piliers lťgendaires pour vous aidez ŗ attendre votre vol. bref, la meilleure option considťrant.
It may carry the Stone name but the service and prices are what one typically receives and pays at airports. The guy on staff was more interested in the girl on staff than the patrons in the bar so the service suffered. Aside from having a large selection of Stone beers there is nothing special with this place.
Great place to stop for a quick pint before your flight. If you have more time the food is really good as well. As for ambiance, itís in the airport. Be forwarned it is past security so you will need an airline ticket to be able to access the area.
Nice big U shaped bar, 14 taps (standard and a few seasonals). Fast and friendly service. The prices are average for an airport. I didnít try any food. 2 different sampler options offered for decent price.
Visited for breakfast on Tuesday 22/04/14 prior to our flight to Maui via SFO.
We arrived a few minutes after 10.00 (when the breakfast menu ends) but they were good enough to give us a few minutes grace and order from the breakfast menu - cheers!
Food was very good, duck hash for me - nice!
A dozen taps, pretty much all the regular Stone range plus a seasonal and another special (one from Liberty station that Iíd already had). 3 x 7oz sampler for $8.80 or a 16oz pint (not the usual airport wankers forcing a 20 or 23oz pint on you so you need to take a piss before youíve even left the stand), the 16oz pint was $7.70, both good vfm compared to most airport pricing.
There were also bottles to drink in or go including some of the limited edition Stone Quingenti Millilitre series, although these were $27 a bottle compared to $18 at Liberty Station but unless you venture to Stone this could be a chance to pick one up. A couple of guest bottles also.
Service was great, they gave me a few generous samples as well as my pint.
As good as it gets at an airport, solid regular beers, a couple of seasonals and solid bottles at sensible (for airports) prices!
Cannot complain here, 12+ Stone drafts plus Lightning and another local brewery. It says they have special edition stuff from Liberty Station but the only non-core brands on tap were 12.12.12. and Go To IPA (new core). Bottles available of special release stuff (Fyodor Classic), plus Speedway Stout bottles, and Lost Abbey bottles. Flights available. Server was very friendly and new her stuff. Liked the atmosphere. Didnít try the food but they have a full menu. Really impressed.
One of the best airport bars Iíve encountered. 12 taps with most of the usual Stone lineup plus two seasonal/specials when I was there. Not busy at 2 PM at the bar, and the barkeep was very knowledgeable and friendly. Didnít try the food but it looked like a decent menu. Prices are the typical airport gougery; 10 bucks and some change was the charge for a pint before tip. Still this would be an excellent place to be stuck for an extended layover. Pretty cool that they have a few one-off and seasonal bottles for purchase to take on the plane with you. Theyíre open at 6 in the morning too, so if you have an early flight you can still plan on taking a bottle home.