We can now sell Beer-To-Go from the brewery/taproom! There are many ways to snag some beer to take home with you to enjoy. You can grab a 4 or 6 pack, get a 32oz crowler (pretty much an over-sized can) filled up, or you can bring in your own growler or purchase a growler from us (64 oz) and get your favorite beer on draft. You can only purchase 288 ounces per person, per day of beer-to-go from TUPPS! Scroll down to learn more about growler and crowlers. Have more questions? Please fill out the contact form below.
TAPROOM TEMPORARILY CLOSED
In an effort to comply with city and state efforts regarding COVID-19, we are sadly TEMPORARILY closing the taproom until further notice. We will continue to monitor CDC recommendations and local government requirements. Don’t worry, we still want you to have access to TUPPS goodness. We will be offering beer to go for curbside pick up! The best part is that this will help support your favorite bartenders during our closure. To order your beer to pick up, click PURCHASE BEER-TO-GO.
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What exactly is a growler?
A growler is a container or vessel that is used for the transport of beer. It can also be described as an air-tight jug, typically made out of glass, ceramic or stainless steel that allows you to take draft beer from one place to another without a degradation of quality.
What size growlers does TUPPS sell?
We sell 64oz glass growlers. The pricing depends on the style of beer you choose. If you want to purchase the growler only, the cost is $8.
Will you fill a growler I bring in?
Yes! We will fill a growler you bring in. Please bring in clean growlers. This helps us move the process along faster.
How long does beer in a growler last?
We suggest drinking your growler that same day for ultimate freshness or ASAP. If you don’t plan on drinking your growler right away, keep the growler out of the sun and keep it cold. If unopened and kept refrigerated, the beer will last about a week to 10 days max (depending on the style – stouts will last longer). Ideally, you should fill a growler the day you intend to drink it. Once you have opened your growler, please drink your beer within 24-48 to ensure the best freshness and taste.
How can I keep my growler clean?
- Rinse it quick after the last sip.
- Avoid detergents & cleansers, unless it’s been sitting a while.
- If it’s really bad – considering using a brush.
- Let it air-day.
What exactly is a crowler?
A crowler is a 32-ounce aluminum can that can be filled at the tap and sealed on the spot—basically like a giant beer can.
What size crowler does TUPPS sell?
We sell 32oz crowlers.
How do you seal the lid?
The crowler machine itself is rather small – not much larger than a coffee machine. We fill the empty aluminum can with some CO2, add beer, place the lid on the can and insert it into the crowler machine. We apply a little pressure, add a label, write the beer details on the can and that’s it…you have a beer to take to-go!
How long does beer in a crowler last?
Once again we suggest drinking your crowler the same day for ultimate freshness. If you don’t plan on drinking your crowler right away, keep it cold. If unopened and kept refrigerated, the beer will last about a week to 2 weeks (depending on the style – stouts will last longer). New England Style IPAs are on the shorter end of the spectrum where you will be able to see flavor drop off just after a few days. More traditional IPAs should be okay for 7-10 days. Non-hop forward beer styles like stouts, ambers, etc. will hold their freshness much longer, easily two weeks to even a month.
What are the benefits of a crowler?
Crowlers are easy to carry and store in a cooler, doesn’t allow any light into the container, the sealed liner in cap contains oxygen scavenger to help keep beer fresh and it’s easy to pour out of.
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