A great airport bar - the only one Iíve visited with a beer menu. Expense of course, but the 7oz samplers give a chance to try several beers without breaking the bank.
wchesser (38) Denver, Colorado | August 28, 2012| Updated October 26, 2015
Really good for an airport bar. Totally mediocre by other standards. How can a place with this many taps have so few things I would even consider trying. Couple yards, one Goose Island, couple Long Trails. How about some Great Lakes, Toegs, Victory, Southern Tier....???
+rerate...taps much improved! Troegs, founders breakfast, allagash, southern tier, victory, great Lakes all here. Great for an airport bar as far as taps. Stellar actually.
Best airport bar Iíve ever visited. Seriously. I had Victory Storm King, Dortmunder Gold, Edmund Fitzgerald, and Brew Free or Die on tap. The food is good, and the service is awesome -- especially by airport standards. I will definitely consider routing my flights through Philly because of this bar.
Decent portion of craft taps with enough BMC taps to appease the airport masses. Iíve stopped in a few times on my way out of the city and have been able to find something good on. A few locals and then the more mainstream crafts, too. Dock Street has been on each time Iíve grabbed a beer, so that has been nice. Expensive, however they are in an airport.
Visited the location in Concourse B during a 4 hour flight delay. About 40 taps, 20 or so which are craft. Pretty cool selection for an airport bar - nothing limited or rare of course, but selections from Dock Street, DFH, Flying Fish, Troegs, Victory, Yards. This place also has a ton of TVs tuned to sports. Menu is airport normal, service was above average, despite being quite busy.
This is the second time I ate here. The food was great and the selection on tap was a mix between local PA micros, larger NJ,VT, NY micros, and of course macro swill. The waitress was prompt and helpful. Price is reasonable for airport food and drinks. Well worth the stop while passing through.