DIA is, in fact, among the various airports that sell craft beer you can take home

“We are all for selling Colorado liquid gold!” spokesperson Heath Montgomery wrote in an email. But.

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Security lines at DIA. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Security lines at DIA. I bet at least 20 of these people forgot to bring someone a souvenir. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

CORRECTION: DIA totally sells beer, says spokesperson Heath Montgomery, who, at the end of a long week, mistook beer for no beer when he told us that Time-2-Toast had closed. It hasn’t.

Montgomery writes: “Time-2-Toast is open on the B Concourse, near gate B32…. Time-2-Toast offers Colorado craft beer, wines or spirits.”

Which puts DIA among those airports that have bottled or canned beer to take home to your loved ones, so you can hide the fact that you totally forgot to bring them anything.

Bon Appétit, doing the Lord’s work, has a list of other airports that get it.

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