Local brewery among new food, drinking spots to join lineup at Charlotte airport

CHARLOTTE — Sycamore Brewing will be among the newest offerings set to land at Charlotte Douglas International Airport this year.

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Airport master concessionaire HMSHost says the popular Charlotte brewery will bring a 1,828-square-foot taproom to the expanded section of Concourse E, a project nearing completion as part of a 10-year, $3 billion-plus plan known as Destination CLT.

The expansion at the airport comes as Sycamore has grown to become the largest-by-volume Charlotte-born craft brewery, says Sarah Brigham.

Also planned are Commonspace, an innovative coffee shop by HMSHost that will feature North Carolina’s Counter Culture Coffee, as well as a PDQ restaurant and two Dunkin’ locations.

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