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.
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.
Stopped in on both layovers I had this trip, it was in the perfect spot of the terminal for my connections. Decent food and good service. Beer list is short, but OK. HD the FoCo on with Odell and that was nice. I’d stop here any time its convenient, but wouldn’t go out of my way either. Cool bike rim light fixtures.
Well, this little slice of New Belgium is tucked away in a corner of Concourse B, on your way to the smaller, regional plane section. The selection is primarily New Belgium, both taps and bottles, though I did notice some macros too. I ordered the 1554 Chili, which came out quickly and was nice alongside a Snow Day. The service was quick and friendly.
You have to walk miles to get there, but then it’s pleasant enough for an airport bar. Good range of NB beers on tap, at typical airport prices, so maybe 20% up. Bar staff know their beer, the table staff are much more food-based.
If your flight is not leaving from this terminal you’ll need at least an hour to hike the half mile stretch (and back), drink a beer, and catch the train back to your terminal. I ran parts of the stretch. The service was friendly and were joking about each other. The prices were meh but could have been worse for an airport bar. The beer selection was also kind of meh. I didn’t know what to expect honestly and while I didn’t think that I’d find half a dozen different Lips of Faith taps and some vintage La Folie, I hoped that there would at least be something interesting. No. Fat Tire, Mighty Arrow, and the black lager. I like New Belgium but I am not a fan of most of their more popular beers.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | August 8, 2011| Updated December 12, 2013
Beers were a little pricey which isn’t surprising. I was disappointing, though not surprised, to see a bland, normal lineup. Also, unless you have plenty of extra time or are in the far end of concourse B, this place is a bit of a walk to get to, as it’s at the very far end of concourse B.
Stopped here for lunch and a beer while waiting for our connecting flight. 6 or 7 NB taps including a seasonal and a rotating Lips of Faith, plus 3 or 4 NB bottles that weren’t available on tap. The food was ok, not bad for airport food. The service was fast and attentive, albeit not overly friendly. But the beer selection, while not cheap and only New Belgium brews, is the best I’ve ever seen in an airport. Overall, a great restaurant/bar for an airport. Definitely worth a stop if you’ve got some time to kill in the Denver airport.
Cafelike pub places out in the far end of concourse B, so ait of a walk to get there. 4 taps + a rotating Lips of faith. 3 or 4 bottles aswell. Food was ok for a airport, but nothing really special. Okies service