Thanks to Men’s Journal for naming us the top beer store in all of Florida! We couldn’t have done it without our awesome customers! Jack Tipple specializes in carefully selected fine wines from great regions and artisan winemakers. Each wine on the Tipple’s website is carefully hand-selected, seeking wines of fine character, that represent an optimal combination of score, price and availability. It is Tipples commitment to you, to offer you classic and outstanding wines in each category.
A refreshing mildly hopped Belgian styled beer with a complex flavor of coriander, orange peel, nutmeg. White Ale has won gold medals at several beer competition in U.K. and U.S. This is one of Hitachino’s top-selling beers both in Japan and U.S. Read More
Traditional top fermented beer. Brewed by the unique family brewery De Halve Maan, which has been located in the historical heart of Bruges since 1856. Straffe Hendrik Wild is a version of the original Tripel beer, in which the beer is re-fermented with wild “brettanomyces” yeasts giving the beer a tart dry finish.
Join us on Monday, June 29th at 7 pm as we taste through eleven different sour beers. The tasting will be held in class format and guided by the Bearded Taster, Andy Bielecki.
Admission is $49 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 some delicious beers so please arrange for a safe ride home. Read More
They call this a Hacienda style ale. It takes it roots from classic, Old Country farmhouse ales, but has been influenced by Latin American palates and U.S. hop varietals (though it is not a hoppy beer). Wheat and pilsner malts, saison yeast, dry finish. Gravity set out to brew a beer with both food pairing and sessionability in mind and achieved that. From our grains to your glass . . . Cheers!
The sunstone – much disputed among scholars. Did the Viking navigators really have such a tool that would help them point out what was east and what was west – even on a less than sunny day? We certainly believe so. Many years later no sunstone was needed when Amager Bryghus was invaded by what very much looked like Viking ancestors of American descent. Hailing from Munster, Indiana, Chris Boggess and Barnaby Struve of Three Floyds Brewing arrived not with a vengeance but with very loud King Diamond on their portable mp3 player. This was not a day for slaughter but for brewing. And brew we did. The mellow and dangerously quaffable Arctic SunStone is proof that even Viking warriors can have a more subtle side to them. All hail to Three Floyds.
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