There’s no need to worry about finding the perfect holiday gift this season…Tipple’s gift cards are available in any denomination! Whether you buy a card online or in the store, you can guarantee that the people you love the most can pick out exactly what they’d like. With our selection of beer, wine, gourmet chocolate, and cigars, they’ll be able to find just what they’re looking for with a Tipple’s Brews gift card!
Join us on Monday, April 6th at 7 pm as we taste through eight delicious beers each paired with a different cheese. The tasting will be held in class format and guided by the Bearded Taster, Andy Bielecki.
Admission is $45 per person and must be made in advance at Tipple’s or by phone (352-672-6303). Sorry, no refunds or cancellations, please make sure you can attend before signing up! You will be consuming alcohol so please arrange for a safe ride home. Read More
Where the Helles Summer? is a classic German style lager. These beers originated in the 19th century as a response to Pilsener beers from Czech brewers. Helles is German for “bright.” In the brewing world we translate it as “light” – light in color and light in alcohol. Where the Helles Summer? is a clean & bready “beer drinker’s beer” balanced with austere noble hop varieties. It’s malt-forward and forward thinking to the warmer days just ahead. Read More
Hop Ottin’ IPA is brewed and dry-hopped with copious amounts of Columbus and Cascade. This beer is a showcase of the bright citrusy aromas, bold grapefruit and pine-like flavors, and resiny bitterness that hop heads crave. With a brilliant, deep amber color and solid malt backbone, hints of citron, roses, and bergamot climax with a dry, herbal finish in this well-balanced interpretation of a West Coast IPA. Read More
Dark with a full, ivory-colored head. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavors and excels because of its long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite. It’s a very balanced beer, with a full-bodied taste and a perfect equilibrium between malty, bitter, and sweet. This beer is one of the original recipes from the days of license-brewing for the Trappist monks of Westvleteren. Read More