Ballard Brew Hall opening at Sea-Tac this spring

Your trips to the airport are about to be a lot more fun: Sea-Tac Airport will soon open a craft beer hall, featuring Ballard brews.

Called the Ballard Brew Hall, it will offer local beer, wine, cocktails and a full dining menu.

According to the Washington Beer Blog, the beer hall is one of a number of new dining and shopping options coming to Sea-Tac. Among 14 businesses set to close at the airport is Anthony’s, which was the only place that served local craft beer, so the Port of Seattle wanted to continue to offer that to travelers.

Opening in Q2 2019 and designed to reflect Seattle’s beer scene, Ballard Brew Hall is ideal for artisanal-minded travelers looking for local craft beer, Washington state wines, handcrafted cocktails, and a full dining menu,” the Port of Seattle announced in a recent release.

The Ballard Beer Hall will be in the D Concourse — not as central as Anthony’s, but still close enough to race off to make your flight after enjoying a cold Ballard beer.

No word yet on which breweries will be featured at the beer hall, but we’ll keep you updated.

Thanks for the tip, Rick!

Photo from Sea-Tac’s Facebook page

5 thoughts to “Ballard Brew Hall opening at Sea-Tac this spring”

  1. This makes perfect sense, since Ballard – like much of Seattle – now resembles the airport.
    Hell, the vibe at Seatac is better than SLU.
    Remember folks: avoid eye contact and random interactions, and only pay attention to dog babies!

  2. It will be interesting to see if they stock actual Ballard beers or if it’s just some marketing ploy. In that case, the booths will be shaped like RVs, and the stools at the bar will be in the form of hypodermic needles, right Uncle Buck?

      1. Lizzy is not me, though I do like zher style.

        The bar will look like a mult use building and the staff will all have blue hair and dogs everywhere.

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