Tipple’s is now filling 32oz growlers from our in-store taps. Visit the “whats on tap” page to see what beers are available for growler fills. Growlers are refillable containers that are used to take draught beer home. When sealed, growlers will keep fresh for approximately one week. Once opened, they should be consumed like any other open beer. We will fill any 32oz growler. Please note that 64oz growlers are currently illegal in the state of Florida.
Join us on Sunday, December 14th at 3:00pm to taste through 24 spectacular wines. In addition to over a dozen heavy hitters from around the world, we will also be featuring wines on the Wine Spectator Top 100 list for 2014. This event is not to be missed!
A souvenir Riedel wine glass is included with admission as well as 10% off of your purchases that night (please note that some wines may be limited and not available). Hors d’oeuvres will also be provided.
Admission is $89 per person and must be made in advance in person or by phone (352-672-6303). Sorry, no refunds or cancellations! Please make sure you can attend before signing up! Please arrange for a safe ride home!
Goose Island will be releasing their highly desired Bourbon County series at Tipple’s Brews on Black Friday, November 28th.
Bottles will be available for sale when our doors open at 10am.
Goose Island will also be giving away hats, shirts, sunglasses, bottle koozies, and other goodies.
Here is what will be available:
Bourbon County Brand Stout
Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout
Bourbon County Brand Barleywine Ale
Check this page for updates as the date nears!
**Bottle Limit Information**
2 – 4 packs of Bourbon County Brand Stout
2 – bottles (12oz) of Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout
2 – bottles (12oz) of Bourbon County Brand Barleywine Ale
These are while supplies last. Please note that a brewery representative will be here and we will be unable to take phone orders. We are unable to do holds on this release.
Please keep in mind that this will go very quickly and that we are limited by what the brewery will supply us.
The start of Celebration season is a festive event. Brewing can’t start until the first fresh hops have arrived, but once they have the season is officially under way! First brewed in 1981, Celebration Ale is one of the earliest examples of an American-style IPA and one of the few hop-forward holiday beers. Famous for its intense citrus and pine aromas, Celebration is bold and intense, featuring Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops.
Double-Wide I.P.A. uses Columbus and Magnum hops for both bittering and aroma with Chinook hops added in the whirlpool. It is dry hopped with generous amounts of Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook hops. The resulting beer has a hop forward aroma, redolent of peach and apricot. The assertive flavor bursts with the citrus qualities of blood orange and lemon with a slight caramel malt backbone to balance the intense hop flavor. There is little restraint in the flavor of this beer; it is certainly not for the pedestrian palate. Read More