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Long Layover at Dulles Airport? 5 Local Craft Breweries to Check Out

a row of glasses of beer

If you’re stuck at Dulles Airport (outside Washington, DC) for an extended period of time and have had your fill of the Air & Space Museum, I’ve found another option.

There are no wineries within easy distance of the Dulles airport, but there are a bunch of craft breweries less than 15 minutes and a $13 Uber/Lyft away! Not the cheapest of adventures, but if you consider the cost and boredom of spending hours in a bleak Dulles terminal or subpar airport lounge…

Note that locations that don’t serve food often allow delivery from local restaurants.

a room with a table and chairs
Mustang Sally Brewing Tasting Counter with nearly a dozen beers on tap.
a room with tables and chairs
Mustang Sally offers lots of space to relax and even play corn hole.

Mustang Sally Brewing Company 14140 Parke Long Ct A-C, Chantilly, VA 20151
Open afternoons and evenings every day except Monday.

Lost Rhino Brewing Co 21730 Red Rum Dr #142, Ashburn, VA 20147
Open lunch and evenings Wednesday-Sunday. Brewery tours on Saturday 1-5PM.

Ocelot Brewing Company 23600 Overland Dr #180, Dulles, VA 20166
Open seven days a week, 1-10PM (closes at 6PM on Sundays).

Aslin Beer Company 257 Sunset Park Dr, Herndon, VA 20170
Open Thursday thru Sunday afternoons and evenings.

Beltway Brewing
Open Friday 4-9PM and Saturday 1-9PM.

Hours can change, so check their website or call before going.

Note: If you haven’t checked out the Udvar-Hazy Center (Air & Space Museum at Dulles) yet, you should! They have storage lockers that can accommodate carry on size bags and there’s a public bus to and from Dulles Airport. Just take the  Fairfax Connector #983 one stop.

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