Type. . . . . . . . . . ..Airport Bar + Restaurant Level. . . . . . . . . . .Low Location. . . . . . . .Great? Easy to Find in Terminal C Prices. . . . . . . . . ..Medium to Low Tap Selection. . . .10+ house taps Bottle Selection. .10+ local bottles incl specialties Samplers. . . . . . ...Did not see Full Pours. . . . . . .Yes, multiple sizes Beer Level. . . . . ...Low Food. . . . . . . . . . .Yes Food Level. . . . ...Low Staff. . . . . . . . . . ..Slow, Poor Communication Growlers. . . . . . ...No Noise Level. . . . ..Medium Dťcor. . . . . . . . . ..Generic, Old Style Brewpub Good for Kids. . ..Sure Parking. . . . . . . ...None WiFi. . . . . . . . . . ..Free Airport WiFi Cash Only. . . . . ..No Recommended. ..No, unless you need to tick Outer Darkness Comments: Airport bar so you know... No host(ess) so just self seat. Tap list is visible for some people but not to others. Menu tap list does not show what specialties are on tap so you need to ask. Bottles of Outer Darkness was a surprise. Saw a guy next to me tank x2 750s of 8% Belgian strong blonde, Hellís Keeper or something. Food was awful though. Baja burrito was in a paper tasting tortilla, served so hot I couldnít hold it, with nothing inside besides beans, cheese, and dry chunks of chicken. Salsa for the stale tasting chips had rosemary added, which was really odd. Server was on and off, forgot to put in order, didnít communicate well or clearly so hard to figure out what was going on. So, yeah. Beggars canít be choosers, which is the motto of all airport venues.
Typical airport bar with a large selection of expensive beer. Lot of tables packed in so tight that there is no room for your carry on. Decent enough nachos and taco salad. Surprisingly knowledgeable waiter.
Was going through my review of Utah beers and realized I was here. It was day after GABF 2010 and I was hungover wasting time during a layover. Typical brewpub ambiance and a few local beers on tap which is great for an airport really. I went with the Wasatch Hefe as it seemed lease likely to make me vomit., but now I wish I had porter.
So, I wondered up to what looks like a space with two entry points and Iím not sure which to take. Of course I take the wrong one and ended up taking a tour in this sort of ďCĒ shaped space that wraps around the Ďkitchení sort of bar/tap area. The help was friendly, fast and efficient. This all worked out very well as I only had about 15 minutes before my flight and the help was very accommodating. I look forward to my next visit with hopefully a longer lay-over.
Above average airport bar. Food is typical airport pub gub. Beers are tasty enough, and of course Polygamy Porter is a must if youíre in the state. I uploaded a pic to Facebook and said I was "drinking with the Mormons." A friend posted a comment asking why I would want to drink with morons. I guess Iíll have to fix that spell check thing on my iPhone.
Visited the Squatters location across from gate C4 during a layover last Tuesday. The setup of the bar is straight forward airport bar. The selection is pretty decent for this type of setup - 8 draft Squatter beers and 4 bottles on the menu. They do a sampler which I do not believe I have seen at an airport "brewpub". I had a Pale Ale, and it was really fresh and well served in a half liter glass. I did not eat, but food menu is was standard airport fare. Certainly worth a stop for a quick pint before or between flights.
64 = ★★ (Just ok)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
The best thing about it is that itís an oasis in the veritable desert that is the SLC airport. I mean what you want? Itís not much, but they got booze!
blutt59 (176) Dallas, Texas | October 8, 2010| Updated October 12, 2010
Squatters in terminal c with abouit 6-7 taps and some bottles, sampler is the way to go price wise, one of the better airport bars you will come across, food was ok but the beer is the attraction for an airport pub