If you choose what airline to fly based on beverage selection, know that you’re not alone.

If you’re the kind of character who won’t settle for Stella Artois—even on a plane—get excited: Delta will start serving beer from seven awesome craft breweries on its flights, reports Eater. Those breweries include:

  • Ballast Point
  • Blue Point
  • Brooklyn Brewery
  • Lagunitas
  • Newburyport
  • Samuel Adams
  • Stone
  • Sweetwater

So now you can get buzzed off of Lagunitas IPA while eating pickled shrimp with Sriracha mayo à la chef Linton Hopkins while you’re 30,000 feet in the air. Score.

Delta isn’t the first to offer awesome craft beer in-flight. Southwest Airlines serves New Belgium‘s Fat Tire, Hawaiian Air serves Maui Brewing Co‘s Bikini Blonde Lager, Scandinavian carrier SAS serves Mikkeller SAS Witt, Virgin offers 21st Amendment‘s Brew Free! or Die IPA, United serves Goose Island‘s 312 Urban Wheat Ale, and Minneapolis-based Sun County Airlines offers three beers (count ’em) from Surly Brewing Co.


Photo: SAS Airlines

According to the Delta press release, the selection of regional craft beers are available on: Delta’s West Coast Shuttle between Los Angeles and San Francisco; between New York-LaGuardia and Boston, Washington-Regan National and Chicago-O’Hare; on Delta’s transcontinental routes between New York-JFK and Los AngelesSan Francisco andSeattle; and on flights between Atlanta and New York-LaGuardia, Washington-Reagan National and Dulles,OrlandoFt. LauderdaleMiamiTampa and New Orleans.

Our flying anxiety just went down, like, 500%.

[via PR Newswire, Thrillist]

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