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.
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.
They have only a small portion of the beers on tap at the brewpub in Ashburn. It’s noisy, crowed, understaffed and very small. I didn’t eat. Being able to order a draft version of their Oak Barrel Stout while waiting for a flight: Priceless!
Old Dominon has three locations at Dulles International Airport, two in the C Terminal, and one in the B Terminal. The one in the B Terminal is actually a pretty nice place, with a nice bar, standard airport pub grub (wings, sandwiches, etc) , and 4-6 Dominion taps, including a rotating seasonal beer. Prices are a bit inflated, but they got you by the balls at the airport. The C Terminal locations offer the same, but with more cramped quarters, and share space with fast food places. I like the fact I can get Dominion at the airport. Good place for a few pints if you have time to kill before your flight.
Schultsc (11) San Diego, California | July 29, 2005| Updated January 21, 2011
This was exactally the place i was looking for after nearly 12 hours in Dulles Airport. It was a great relief to find actual real beer on tap in the airport. This place is an oasis for the weary traveller. Forget about food (microwaved chicken wings, etc). Your best bet would be to go to the California Pizza Kitchen down the concourse. Our great server was all by herself and the place was packed just before closing. She kept on going and never forgot to smile.