Connecticut Airport Authority along with Two Roads Brewing Company made an announcement last June 22, 2017 that they will be opening up Two Roads tap room over at Bradley International Airport wherein the said tap room will be located over at the Post-TSA screening and was opened in connection with The Michell Group, also Bradley’s restaurant operator, which is also modeled in the image of the brewery’s tasting room located in Stratford, CT.

Brad Hittle – CEO and co-founder of Two Roads states “It is a beautiful replica of our tasting room in Stratford, including wood floors, industrial light fixtures, and a large mural of our brewing tanks. Even the bar top is made from the same wood blocks once used on the floor of our 100-year-old building.” He also adds, “It took a strong commitment from Two Roads, the Connecticut Airport Authority, The Michell Group, F. Panza Construction and the entire staff of the Tap Room to stay true to the look and feel of the brewery tasting room itself (while enjoying some exceptional beer and food I might add!). I want to thank each of these teams of their commitment to authenticity and quality.”

Kevin A. Dillon – the Executive Director of the Connecticut Airport Authority mentions, “We are please to welcome Two Roads and to introduce the Tap Room to our passengers.” He even adds, “At Bradley, we want our passengers to love the journey and our terminal concessions, play an important role in that journey. The opening of the Tap Room is especially unique to our customer experience as it brings local flair to the airport. We are confident that it will be well received.”

The new Two Roads Tap room will be located post-TSA screening within Gate 1 up until Gate 12 concourse and will be open everday. It is going to serve a round of Two Roads beers over draft, beer flights, along with food options which include the thick cut deli sandwiches together with breakfast sandwiches. Customers can also expect Connecticut brewery beers to be served.

Parking spaces will be expected to be congested and traffic is to be expected during the event.