Quality beer on aircraft

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evergreen0199
beers 4663 º 11:36 Sun 10/30/2011

What is the best beer that you have had on a commercial aircraft? I fly quite often and frequently find that the beer selection is rather bland. Best beer that I’ve had has been Fullers London Pride on British Airways flights. However I’ve just noticed today that Virgin America offers 21st Amendment Brew Free or Die IPA (an excellent choice IMO).

 
beastiefan2k
beers 4705 º places 276 º 11:40 Sun 10/30/2011

Frontier now carries Fat Tire

 
Gary
beers 2114 º places 4 º 11:43 Sun 10/30/2011

Corona and it was fine with me.

 
kmweaver
beers 3208 º places 116 º 11:44 Sun 10/30/2011

Free pours of Bear Republic’s Pete Brown Tribute Ale on Alaskan Airlines/Horizon Air.

 
tdtm82
beers 1704 º places 138 º 11:47 Sun 10/30/2011

This is excellent news, proper beer on aircrafts is long over due.

 
patricks110
beers 2897 º places 54 º 12:19 Sun 10/30/2011

I flew New Zealand Air to the Cook Islands a few years back and they had Moa beer. Pretty awesome.

 
Gary
beers 2114 º places 4 º 12:31 Sun 10/30/2011

i drink moet when im flying

 
evergreen0199
beers 4663 º 12:40 Sun 10/30/2011

I tend to stick to red wine on aircraft these days because I know the beer selection will generally be bland. 21st Amendment and Bear Republic gives me hope!

 
JoePeesie
beers 924 º places 68 º 12:41 Sun 10/30/2011

I’m not a big fan of flying- makes me a touch clostraphobic. I usually just have a couple Makers Marks, up. Then a nice little nap.

 
drowland
beers 11069 º places 430 º 14:19 Sun 10/30/2011

When I flew to Hawaii they had a few beers from Kona. I don’t remember what airline it was, though, and this was a few years ago.

 
Travlr
beers 30304 º places 3522 º 14:25 Sun 10/30/2011

3 Fonteinen Framboos. Can’t remember the name of the airline, though.