DuchesseDuchesse de Bourgogne is an ale of mixed fermentation. It is a sweet-fruity ale with a pleasant fresh aftertaste. This ale is brewed with roasted malts and with hops with a low bitterness. After the main fermentation and the lagering , the Duchesse de Bourgogne matures further for many months in oak casks. The tannins in the oak give the Duchesse de Bourgogne its fruity character. Duchesse de Bourgogne has a full, sweet and fresh taste. Read More

SantaBeer‘Tis the season to be jolly…and also to revel in the countless seasonal beers that are out there. For this week’s Year of Beer Challenge, pick whatever seasonal favorite that tickles your fancy. Whether you’re raising your glass to an old favorite, like St. Bernardus Christmas Ale, or trying something new, like Goose Island Festivity Ale, you’ll get a punch on your Year of Beer Card.

We at Tipple’s love to try new beers all the time and we’re sure that you do too. In honor of that we have designed a program to help you try new beer and perhaps revisit some old beers you haven’t had in quite a while. For Jack Tipple’s Year of Beer Challenge we will feature a different beer every week.

If you purchase that beer on the given week we will punch your card. Once you have completed 52 weeks of featured beers we will give you your choice of a Tipple’s Koozie or Tipple’s Pint glass and you will have your name added to our plaque on the wall and be immortalized in the annals of Tipple’s History.

Bring an unwrapped toy to Tipple’s on Friday and get a free draught of Swamp Head Stumpknocker! The Marines will be here at 5:30pm, but we will be accepting toys all day! Read More

Leffe BlondeIn the fifties, an extraordinary meeting took place that all beer enthusiasts should raise their glass of Leffe to. 
 The abbey’s Father Abbot Nys became acquainted with Albert Lootvoet, a master brewer.
 Passionate about the future of the brewery, Father Nys was upset to have to witness how, since the unpleasant stay of the French revolutionaries, the brewery had slowly fallen into decline and had eventually had to close its doors in 1809. Such a magnificent place could not be forgotten, he believed, and he vowed to bring the Leffe beer back. Father Nys and the brewer set about the challenge with vigor…and succeeded. Shortly after, the Leffe brewery was back in full effect. After Leffe Brown, a beer that shone brighter than the sun saw the light of day; they named it Leffe Blonde – a beautiful chapter for Leffe indeed. Read More

Stop by Tipple’s Every Thursday for some tasty local food!foodtruck

Off the Griddle – Thursday, December 4; 5:30 pm til ???

Humble Pie – Thursday, December 11; 5:30 pm til ???

Ameraucana Wood Fire – Thursday, December 18; 5:30 pm til ???

Closed for Christmas on Thursday, December 25.


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