Old Dominion has a bar in concourse B with about a half-dozen taps. Lager, amber, etc., the one seasonal was oak barrel stout. Check the link above and you’ll see there’s a Sam Adams bar in another terminal as well as a couple of other spots labeled brewpubs. Service score of 7 is good, I generally find the bartenders in airports to be the happiest people in the entire terminal, no surprise.
Oakes (835) Vancouver, British Columbia | June 11, 2009
Typical airport bar, with Old Dominion beers. Had the Oak Barrel Stout on tap and a seasonal bock that was kind of iffy. A quieter bar in a quieter terminal, which helped its atmosphere out a bit.
Nice little place located in between gates A and B, pretty much. Cool lady working there, nice chili for late lunch. Sampled a two beers and bought one, couldn’t continue even though I wanted to since I had to stay fairly sober for my flight... Can for sure recommend it if you need to kill a few hours at Dulles! Think they had 5 of their own beers on tap, plus 3 others.
Airport bar with a few Dominion beers. Visited before a flight to Tokyo. Sat down with no bartender around and took at least a good 5 minutes for someone to walk out of the kitchen to take my order. Other than that, service was friendly and prompt. Didn’t try the food. An okay stop if you need to pick a place for a pre-flight beer around Concourse A and B but nothing special.
The location I was at only had 3 beers on draft, and 1 ran dry while I was there. It is the least inspiring beers from the Old Dominion lineup that is available. The service was poor and the place a boring airport place - but better than only being able to get BMC. The food was boring.
Well, this is a pretty small, typical airport bar. I think they had 4 beers on tap. Nothing special. There were maybe 10 stools at the bar, and maybe another 10-12 small tables. Very crammed and small. The service was your typical shitty airport service. Didn’t try the food. It’s better than Gordon Biersch and anything with BMC, so I guess this is a place one goes out of necessity.