HMSHost unveils NoDa Brewing Company bar and restaurant at Charlotte Douglas International

USA. Global restaurateur HMSHost has unveiled a new restaurant and bar at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Named the NoDa Brewing Company after a well-known craft brewer in the Charlotte area, it offers small batch craft beers and all-day dining options.

NoDa Brewing Company has landed in Charlotte Douglas International Airport’s Concourse A expansion.

The outlet, which is situated in the airport’s Concourse A, offers a wide range of beers on tap. They include NoDa’s signature Hop, Drop’n Roll, the gluten-free Super Jam and a rotation of seasonal brews. Also available is Layover Lager, which has been created especially for the new opening.

A dozen beers are offered on tap at the bar. NoDa Brewing’s beers are featured at a number of HMSHost-operated locations.

Travellers can also purchase NoDa’s beers in four-pack cans for consumption at their final destinations.

Some dishes on the NoDa Brewing Company airport menu incorporate the beers. They include the pork belly and smoky chicken pizzas, which feature NoDa’s Ramble on Red in the barbecue sauce.

Other menu highlights include green chilli chicken tacos and a hot turkey sandwich with jalapeño pimento cheese.

The menu includes a wide variety of dishes, including salads, sandwiches and tacos.

Early morning travellers can select from a variety of breakfast dishes, all served with seasonal fruit.

HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Stephen Douglas said: “With the NoDa opening, we’re bringing travellers unique hand-crafted brews and a true taste of the city’s drink culture.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of Charlotte Douglas International Airport’s new Concourse A expansion and are thankful for our continued partnership to showcase the local flavours that enhance the traveller dining experience.”

Eye-catching artwork on the exterior of the new bar and restaurant.

Charlotte Douglas International Chief Business and Innovation Officer Haley Gentry added: “HMSHost continues to provide local and popular concepts that appeal to our more than 45 million yearly passengers.

“An added bonus for us, our customers can experience a favourite Charlotte brewery while travelling through the airport and take home a taste of the Queen City as well.”

The new bar and restaurant features artwork from local designers, reminiscent of NoDa’s main taproom in the city of Charlotte.

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