Like beer? Like free beer? Ever fly through Denver International Airport?
Denver has a robust craft brewing scene and there are plenty of places to order a local or regionally brewed beer at Denver International Airport (DEN).
The airport even has a Beer Passport that can earn you a free pint.
Here’s how it works:
Order a beer at each of the four Colorado breweries in the airport.
Get your Beer Passport stamped at each brewery
Once you have all four stamps, redeem the passport for a free pint of beer at any of these participating breweries:
Tivoli Brewery, inside Tom’s Urban. This one is located pre-security, on the plaza between the terminal and the Westin.
Breckenridge Brewery – Concourse A, Near Gate A71
New Belgium Brewing – Concourse B, Near Gate B30
Great Divide Brewing Co. – Concourse C, Near Gate C32
If you fly to, from or through Denver International Airport regularly, getting four beer stamps shouldn’t be that difficult.
If you’re spending a long time at the airport before or between flights, you can perhaps get all your beer stamps in one day.
To “play,” just pick up a Beer Passport card at any participating brewery or at any of the airport information booths, which are located pre-security and on each concourse.
After you purchase a beer at one of the participating breweries, be sure to get your Beer Passport stamp.
Once you’ve collected all four stamps, swap the passport for a free pint of beer at any of the breweries.
Jut be sure to drink those beers before April 1, 2020, when all beer passports expire.
Should we make this the Airport Amenity of the Week?