Stopped by here during my layover in DIA. The service was good and prompt. They do not have sampler platters, but they did tasters of their beers. They carried a little of everything from their flagship beers to one seasonal/one lips of faith series tap. The food I found to be just as good as the beer. Worth the stop in terminal B, just know its at the far end of the gates.
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.
A few taps and some quick food a long hike from the terminal. If you have time to kill, it’s a great place to pull up a stool, but there are plenty of other people breezing by. The service is not there for the beer, but in case of a layover emergency, this place will suffice.
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.
Not great. Kind of cramped, and doesn’t provide flights, only glasses. Staff seemed knowledgeable, and definitely better than the average beer bar at the airport, but overall not a great experience.
nearbeer (248) Knoxville, Tennessee | April 21, 2012| Updated August 5, 2012
Decent selection. Terrible service 2 of 4 times I’ve been there, in both the Hub and the Spoke (the other NB DIA location). It’s the equal of the most ridiculous pricing on beer of the many airports I’ve been in. Food was not good. Go to Denver Chop House & Brewery in the basement of Concourse A for a good meal, much better service and a couple of average beers. You might miss a good seasonal from the Hub occasionally, but trust me it’s worth skipping.
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.