Was super surprised and happy to stumble onto this place. I couldn’t believe they had 48 taps. I have never seen that in an airport before. Lots of Microbrews as well as the some larger Brews. Server was quite knowledgeable. Food was good. Better than I expected. Wish there were more of these in airports.
Best airport bar I’ve 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.
Considering this is an airport bar, it might be one of the finest in the land. 24 craft beer taps plus bottles. Lots of local and east coast goodies. Unhealthy, but nevertheless tasty food. A must stop if you’ve got some time to kill in concourse B....
bytemesis (1129) Sunnyvale, California | October 15, 2014| Updated July 18, 2017
Stopped in on a layover. Not expecting much. Place was packed, crazy busy. I asked for a taplist and realized why. Really nice selection of mostly east coast beers. Victory, Weyerbacher, Duck-Rabbit, more. Great mix of styles, although nothing sour offered. Pedestrian bottle list, but who needs bottles? Good service, considering the crowd. Didn’t try the food. Well worth hunting down if you have time in the airport.
Update July 2017. Still rocking a huge taplist with exceptional choices for an airport. Prices suck ($9 pints), but again, its an airport. They even have three pre-set flights: IPA, Locals, and bartender choice. I am sure they are costy, but again, its an airport. I ordered a Greek Salad this time, and it was solid.
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.
Had a layover in Philly, and stumbled upon this place. Probably the best airport bar I’ve ever been to, and it made the waiting seem not so bad. A ton of regional beers to try, and even some pretty big beers that someone far from home like me, found very intriguing. A little pricey, but at an airport/on vacation, I can’t complain. Food looked good, though I only grabbed a couple beers while I was there. It’s nice to have this option at an airport.
wchesser (39) 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.
When stuck at an airport there are worse places to find yourself than a bar with dozens of local taps. Unfortunately a number weren’t available which brings down the overall score but I at least got to build a flight of four regional beers for around $10.00.
Service was what you’d expect from an airport - not exactly attentive but quick enough to not feel rushed while waiting for your flight. Food also is a bit blah especially the Philly cheesesteak. I have had better at chains well away from eastern Pennsylvania.
If you happen to be stuck in the PHL airport during a layover and want to get a few ticks this might be your best option. Otherwise I can’t imagine that you’d go out of your way to visit.