Grab a can! TUPPS Brewery craft beer in stores near you

Grab a Can! TUPPS Brewery Brings Local Craft Beer to DFW Stores
Your favorite Texas inspired beer is now available in cans at Specs, Total Wine, Goody Goody and more
McKINNEY, Texas (March 9, 2016) – TUPPS brewery announced the release of its Texas inspired beer into stores across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Starting on March 18, 2016, craft beer lovers can visit local Specs, Goody Goody, Whole Foods, Total Wine, Fossil Creek Liquor, Market Street and other local craft beer retailers to purchase cans of Texas Shade Wheat, Cotton Mill Gold Pale Ale, TUPPS IPA, Northbound 75 Fire Roasted Poblano Pale Ale and Black Ale from TUPPS brewery. For more information about TUPPS beer, visit www.tuppsbrewery.com.
“We are so pumped to be releasing our top five beers into local stores this week” said Keith Lewis, founder and president of TUPPS Brewery.  “The heart of TUPPS is its local, Texas pride and we can’t wait to reach more craft beer lovers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and to get our name out there.”
To celebrate the launch of its cans in local stores, TUPPS Brewery is hosting multiple canning launch parties around DFW beginning Monday, March 14:
  • Monday, March 14: The Celt, McKinney – featuring a pre-release of TUPPS IPA
  • Tuesday, March 15: The Bearded Monk, Denton – featuring a pre-release of Northbound 75
  • Wednesday, March 16: World of Beer, Plano – featuring a pre-release of Black Ale
  • Thursday, March 17: San Francisco Rose, Dallas – featuring a pre-release of Cotton Mill Gold.
  • Friday, March 18: The Rustic, Dallas – OFFICIAL Can Launch Party featuring the complete TUPPS lineup in cans.
For more information about TUPPS Brewery and a complete list of locations carrying TUPPS cans, visit www.tuppsbrewery.com.  Also, keep up with us onTwitter, Facebook and Instagram for events, brew news and where you can purchase TUPPS beer.
About TUPPS Brewery, Handcrafted in McKinney Texas
TUPPS Brewery is a craft brewery founded by Keith Lewis and Tupper Patnode in 2015. After brewing hundreds of gallons of craft home brew over a 6-year period in Keith’s garage, Keith and Tupper realized that there is a need for a brewery in the North Texas area that produces great craft beer in the spirit of Texas. We’re a small family (two families actually) owned brewery. All three of Keith’s kids now work for TUPPS. Tupper’s daughter and wife are always pitching in on the weekends. Our goal is to make great tasting beer and provide an amazing place to hang out.

“In the Spotlight” with DFW Craft Beer

DFW Craft Beer recently stopped by the Tupps Brewery, located just off Hwy 5 right behind the old cotton mill close to the downtown square, to speak with the owner Keith Lewis.  He spent some time talking with me about the the brewery, his beers and the wonderful items he used from the cotton mill to create his “old world” taproom.
 

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Dallas Observer – Reviewing the Beers at TUPPS Brewery

“The black ale that Tupps is offering is a very dark beer with a medium body and a hoppy, coffee flavor with slight chocolatey hints. The aftertaste was a light coffee flavor, too, so if you are fan of coffee beers, you will love this one. And, at 5.6% ABV, this will make for an awesome winter session beer.

Between the rustic decor and country bands playing, Tupps has that perfect rural Texas feel. For those who live in McKinney, this is a great place to take the family and drink beer while your kids play bimini ring toss or cornhole while you put back a few beers. Otherwise, look for Tupps on taps in Dallas and be sure to order their IPA.”

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Brian Brown of ‘Beer in Big D’ Covers TUPPS Brewery

Per Brians Twitter profile he runs the Beer in Big D blog, co-author North Texas Beer (), Plano Craft Beer Examiner, Cert BJCP Judge, and is a Cert Beer Server. So, it’s easy to say the man is both busy and has a large spot in his heart for craft beer. Our kinda guy!

Brian was nice enough to stop by this week and speak with our owner Keith about our up and coming brewery. It’s been a long hard road, b ut worth it and we cannot wait to open the doors and meet everyone.

You can read Brian article here.

 

The TUPPS Brew Opening Lineup

Over the past few years we’ve been cooking up a huge variety of different beer styles, it’s been an amazing learning process. After trials, successes, and tooling we have pulled together what will be our A-String lineup of brews to open with in early 2015.
So, without having ya’ll wait any further, we proudly present our offerings:

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Tupps Supports Gala at the ‘Gait

We had the honor of taking part in and support this years “Gala at the ‘Gait”. An amazing organization that helps children and adults with disabilities through the healing power of the horse.

TUPPS Brewery is and will always be more than great beer. We strive to be about family and community and would argue that those should be one in the same.

 

Tupps Bar Tap Handle Unveiling

The tap handle has been created and it almost looks heroic next to its neighbors (who, of course, we admire).

We had a company forge our handle out of metal. The process started from our logo. It was then placed onto an antique spindle, which will “give a nod” to The Cotton Mill, every time someone orders a Tupps brew.

We are very fortunate to create such quality on historical grounds and think the new tap depicts that appreciation.