Kettlehouse, Black Coffee To Open At Missoula Airport


The Missoula International Airport has announced that KettleHouse Brewing Company and Black Coffee Roasting Co. will have food and beverage concessions in the new south concourse at the airport when the first phase of construction is complete.

The airport authority board recently awarded the airport concession contract to Faber, Coe and Gregg, a New Jersey-based firm that operates all over the country. That firm has partnered with KettleHouse and Black Coffee and will staff the airport facilities.

“They’re excited and we’re excited,” said airport deputy director Brian Ellestad. “It’s two iconic Missoula brands.”
The airport is in the midst of a multi-year initiative to accommodate rapidly increasing passenger numbers, including building a new three-story, 175,000-square-foot terminal building. The entire project could cost as much as $110 million and will be paid by user fees, grants and other sources.

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