Otherside Brew Lounge Wins Best Airport Bar at International Awards

Otherside Brew Lounge Wins Best Airport Bar at International Awards

The Otherside Brew Lounge – Otherside Brewing Co's latest hospitality venue - has been named Airport Bar of the Year – Asia Pacific at the international Moodie Davitt Food and Beverage Awards in greater Los Angeles.

The venue, developed in partnership with Delaware North, placed first above hundreds of regional submissions, which were evaluated by a panel of international judges and hospitality veterans.

Commenting on the venue receiving the distinction in its first year of operation, Braden Loader, General Manager of Otherside Brewing Co said ‘It’s encouraging to see the venue recognized on a global scale so quickly.

“The Brew Lounge was always envisioned as a manifestation of everything we stand for: great beers, locally-sourced products, live music, art and culture. It's great to see the international travel hospitality community resonate with the same things.

“We were determined from the get-go to create a ‘local’ at Perth Airport; an authentic place that people want to visit time after time, and have a vested interest in. It’s certainly what sets the Brew Lounge apart.”

Brad Counsel, Regional General Manager of Travel & Hospitality Services at Delaware North added “Success on the international stage is a testament to the hard work and passion of our team at the Otherside Brew Lounge, alongside our partners Otherside Brewing Co and Perth Airport. It’s a fantastic achievement we couldn’t be prouder of.”

Perth Airport’s Chief Commercial and Aviation Officer, Kate Holsgrove said that the Otherside Brew Lounge is a world-class venue which has been welcomed by passengers at Perth Airport since opening last year.

“The Brew Lounge provides a unique pre-flight venue at Perth Airport which offers a dynamic personality and quality local craft beers on tap. Perth Airport congratulates the teams at Delaware North and Otherside Brewing Co on this fantastic achievement.”
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