So, I wondered up to what looks like a space with two entry points and I’m not sure which to take. Of course I take the wrong one and ended up taking a tour in this sort of “C” shaped space that wraps around the ‘kitchen’ 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.
If you’re in SLC Concourse C go to Squatters. Best selection of brews in Concourse C, maybe the whole airport, around eight or so, plus some bottles. I had three beers, they were all fine. The price was amazing, $6 for a half liter, less for a third! You’d be happy to get that outside an airport. I had a Cobb Salad, it was a Cobb Salad. And the service was great, especially for busy airport bar.
Immediately adjacent to my departure gate, which worked out well. One of the better selections I have seen at an airport brewpub location, about 8 of their beers on tap, six in bottles, plus Coors light. Bar is fairly large, not that many tables. Service was decent, prices airport typical. There is a to go food service area as well. Solid fare for an airport. Didn’t try the food.
Cool little place with a good sized bar seating area. Like their downtown location, you can order samples of any beer for $0.50. Selection was basically identical to their downtown location too, both for draught and bottled beers. Friendly, though slow, service. Worth a stop when passing through SLC airport.
A nice airport bar with a good selection of Squatters beers. A cramped spot with a good sized bar and a decent amount of seating. Service was a bit spotty but the place was jumping. A solid selection of taps for an airport plus some bottles were available as well. Food was typical airport fare as was the pricing. A pretty good airport bar IMO.
peponi (97) Strzelce Wielkie, Poland | November 3, 2015
Almost the same selection as in Squatters Pub in the city center, nice beers, average prices, mediocre service. The only one nice thing is that you can but good beers on the airport.
Stopped in between flights. Had a burger and a couple beers. It’s nice to have a place like this in the airport -- especially in SLC.
OldMrCrow (87) Seattle, Washington | January 6, 2015| Updated February 21, 2015
After a pretty awful beer in Albuquerque I wasn’t much in the mood for another, but with a half-hour layover this place seemed interesting enough to at least check in on. In terms of ambiance it’s exactly what you’d expect from an airport bar, but on the positive side it’s (1) a craft brew taproom in an airport, and (2) >4% beer in Salt Lake City. Never heard nobody complain!
Revisit a couple of months later: Awful service. The first rule of brewpub is "serve people beer". Instead, after I’d finished my first, my server disappeared for 15 minutes; when I finally got her attention, she promptly forgot my order and disappeared again for another 10 minutes until my food came, at which point a different server took pity on me and tracked down my beer. Then they gave away my son’s meal to someone else, and served him after the rest of us had finished our food. Pretty much bottom of the barrel for service.
Not bad for an airport bar. Good selection of beer and ok food. My biggest complaint is that the bar stools were bolted onto the ground relatively close to the bar and for a big guy that doesn’t make things easy.
Horrible food, completely bland and cheap ingredients. The tables were packed in too tightly, and the ’manager’ tossed my plate down in front of me after verifying that it was my food.
I almost felt sorry for the server that took my order because he seemed rather competant and knowledgeable.
Next time, I’ll have the beer but ill bring McDonalds. Better food.