The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will open a new craft beer bar called Stone Arch in mid-October, and the airport wants travelers to pick five Minnesota breweries to make airport-themed brews for the occasion.

From now through Friday, travelers can vote here.

The winning breweries will be the first to be featured in the Stone Arch Craft Lab, “a bar within a bar,” the Metropolitan Airports Commission said. In addition, travelers will be able to sample craft beers and take classes hosted by brew masters and craft experts from around the state.

Stone Arch will occupy the space at the entrance to Concourse F, formerly a Chili's restaurant.

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