Like beer? Or just a cool place to grab something to eat when you’re stuck at the airport?
There’s now a brew-pub restaurant at Denver International Airport (DEN) with its own on-site brewery.
The new venue is called Tom’s Urban Kitchen and Tivoli Brewery and its located at the Westin Denver International Airport, just off the airport’s outdoor plaza.
The brewery portion of the restaurant is franchised by the Denver-based Tivoli Brewing Company, which has roots reaching back to 1859. At DEN, Tivoli will brew Jet Indian pale ale as an airport exclusive.
As a nice touch, students from Metropolitan State University of Denver who are pursuing degrees or certificates in brewery and brewpub operations will be working in the airport brewery.
While this is the first restaurant with a brewery at DEN airport, Tom’s Urban Kitchen and Tivoli Brewery is a well-known brand wih four other locations, including Portland, Los Angeles, Connecticut, and Las Vegas.
“Colorado is a paradise for craft beer lovers, and we wanted this amazing, signature space within the Westin Denver International Airport to reflect the Colorado experience with a brewpub that offers exclusive homegrown beverages and a taste of local Denver fare,” said airport CEO Kim Day.
This DEN-brewed beer and brewery will no doubt be a great addition to the “Beer Flights” beer garden the airport hosts each September out on plaza between the Westin and south entrance to the Jeppesen Terminal. That event coincides with worldwide Oktoberfest celebrations and features some of Colorado’s top micro-breweries and brew masters.
Year-round, there are plenty of other places at DEN airport to grab a craft beer, including New Belgium Hub, the Boulder Beer House Tap House and in many restaurants and bars, including Root Down.
Have a favorite place to drink beer at Denver International Airport? Let us know.