16 Jul Long-Awaited Kiosk Selling Craft Beer, Spirits, Wine Opens At DIA
Beer tourism is a booming industry in Colorado, but until recently, unless visitors to this state packed an extra suitcase for their canned and bottled loot, they didn’t have a way to take last-minute souvenirs back home for friends and family — or for their own refrigerators.
That changed in June, when the Time 2 Toast kiosk opened at Denver International Airport, in Concourse B — well beyond the TSA security screeners who confiscate liquids. It’s the first store at the airport to sell packaged Colorado beer, wine and spirits that passengers can stow in their carry-on bags, and it’s something that has been sorely needed for a while (and that we’ve been pushing for years).
Other airports in beer hotspots around the country have similar stores — some of them very large — at which tourists can buy these spirited souvenirs. In Portland, for instance, there are several places where you can buy big and small bottles, as well as growlers, of that state’s world-renowned suds. The airports in San Diego, St. Louis, Boise and Anchorage also offer air travelers a place to buy bottles of beer to go… CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY AT WESTWORD