Visited when waiting for a plane back home on October 15, 2012. Rather crowded, only wanted to sample the beers so managed to get a seat at the window. They didnít have the seasonal, so got the 3 beers + a Blue Moon when I asked for the sample/taster. Didnít eat and only stayed for the 4 small samples of beers. Pretty good service for how full it was, seemed a bit understaffed. Not the best place to relax, but possible to try a few last beers before heading home/away.
Had over 2 hours before our flight, so we decided to stop and eat a sit-down meal instead of a fast-food one. Host/Hostess told us 10 minute wait, which then the next folks were told 15. There was at least one empty table the entire time we waited. Eventually sat at the bar. Visit got much better after then - food came out quickly (though a touch slow for an Airport). Food quality was better than I anticipated. Beer flight available of 3 core beers and then a rotating one from them. Beer was fine, about what Iíd expect from a ChopHouse/Rock Bottom.
This location offers similar fare to the downtown location but at higher prices. The service was good and they offered a few house beers. My food was fine but at airport prices. Not a bad stop for pre-flight beers/meal.
Smallish place, bar up front, tables in back. Lots of staff, but they seemed stretched, so service is slow. 60 minutes for a burger and a beer flight, so just allow plenty of time. Food is OK, nothing to write home about. Beers were mostly better than I expected, available as flights of four.
Stopped in waiting for a flight. Why else? Four beers available as a flight. Pretty average brews. Terrific sirloin salad -- how many airports have a good food and craft beer option. I would certainly recommend to anyone craving good food and decent draft beer at DIA.
Not bad for an airport bar/pub, but thatís not saying much. Four standard beers on tap, plus one seasonal tap. Unfortunately they do not offer a flits, but I did see them pour some 2-3 oz samples for their patrons to try. The seasonal was a decent beer. The others were eh. Pints are $9 each, but you are stuck in an airport, so thatís about par for the course.
Kind of cramped, dimly lit pub at the airport, serving drinkable beer and standard, outrageous airport prices - slow but personable service that has no knowledge about the beervoutside of the script theyíve been given to recite if a person asks about them - only four house beers - good in a pinch if you have a layover or delay or something.
A small super crowded brewpub at Denver airport serving average beers I have to say. Perhaps a little better than the other bars on offer but itís not a very enjoyable or relaxing experience for any traveler.
Located right by the stairway to go down to the tram station in the terminal. Fairly cramped interior, but some classy decor. Prices are on the high side, which I think is part airport, part just the nature of the place. A handful of beers on tap. Worth a stop if youíre flying on the cheapskate Frontier airline like we were.
Visited August 18, 2013 during a layover in Denver.
I only had an hour between flights but luckily this was a couple of gates from where I needed to be so I stopped in for a quick beer. They have 6 taps, of which one is Stella and one is Blue Moon.The other 4 are house taps and the seasonal keg had kicked. So basically 3 house beers to pick from: pale ale, dortmunder, and dark lager. I went with the dortmunder and it was not very good.
The server was friendly but wouldnt actually bother to serve anyone else besides the guy he was talking to about hockey. I eventually got a beer and then eventually got my tab but yeah, not an overly attentive bar tender. I didnt eat and canít comment on the food. What I did like was the power strip under the bar so I could plug in my phone and check in.
Next time Iím in terminal A Iíll just go to the beef jerky cart instead of getting a beer.