This place is tucked away in the far corner of Concourse B, but Denver airport isn’t all that large. There are two New Belgium bars here and this is definitely the superior one. This one has more space, more beers and more inviting decor. They had the standard lineup along with one seasonal (Mighty Arrow) and one Lips of Faith (cocoa mole). The best place for a beer in the airport.
Of all the airport bars I’ve been to, his one definitely is towards the top of the list. Tucked away at the end of a long concourse, the place isn’t big but it definitely has the nice, signature new belgium styling. The place definitely represents the brand well. Had great service on my last trip, but airport bar staff can certainly be hit or miss. NB-heavy selection, as to be expected. Most are the popular ones are always on tap and they have a tap reserved for the current seasonal and the latest Lips of Faith beer, so it’s not the same stuff every time you’re there. Food was good and the menu has more options and variety than most airport bars. That said, both beer and food come with slightly inflated airport prices. All in all, a good place for a craft beer during a layover.
What is there to say. A small bar tucked at the end of a terminal that serves New Belgium. As others have echoed, not much of a tap selection, but what do you expect. Still, nice to be able to grab a decent beer before your flight. Service was very friendly and prompt.
Little tap room located wayyyyyy out on Terminal B at DIA. While the tap selection is not huge, there was a nice selection of decent NB beers. The food was not bad at all. The special brews on tap were the Belgo IPA and Snow Day, plus some bottles. While it does sport airport prices and it is not really convenient, it is a nice oasis when you are traveling.
For an airport it doesn’t get any better. The accessibility is great given the very fast and frequent shuttles.
I went to New Belgium (which had a so-so salad) and while its tucked away in the corner it was cool. Good waitress, good beer, solar powered, have a pretty good selection with the Lips of faith series.
I also went to the rock bottom (bartenders didn’t know or care much about beer) and it was far busier.
Not a place to go if it’s not inside an airport, but the best beer bar i’ve ever been to in one. It can be a long walk if your gate isnt nearby.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | December 7, 2010
Located at the top of the escalators in Concourse B of the DIA (the escalators that lead down to gates 80 and higher), this is a great stop for quality beer and decent pub food. All NB product of course, but a good representation of their "standard"range, plus a seasonal, plus a "Lips of Faith"selection that changes monthly. We had no trouble getting a seat, and service was super-quick and friendly. The rating score should probably be adjusted higher considering that this really is a gem to be found in an airport, but obviously the ambiance and selection are pulling the overall rating down a bit.
A nice hub indeed in the beer friendly DIA, with seven NB offerings and a tap of Coors, and 3 bottled NBs. Decent food meny, but this place is rather far from the center of terminal B (near B-80). Prices are decent at 6.50$. Service was a bit surly but OK.