Thirsty Pittsburghers can now get wine and champagne on-the-go thanks to Tipple Taps, the city’s first mobile taproom.
Tipple Taps hit the streets of Pittsburgh this fall. The truck, dubbed The Little Red Truck, is a 1925 Model T pickup that owners Elaina Sendro and Ashley Latta discovered on eBay. After months of renovations, the vehicle was rigged to hold four serving-taps on each side. The women are now ready to quench Pittsburgh’s thirst, one pour at a time.
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Early in October, Tipple Taps took to the road for the first time, testing the taps at Jimmy Wan’s Dumpling Master Eating Contest in Cranberry. In November, the truck was a highlight of Millvale’s Yuletide & Holiday Drink Tour with Santa’s Sangria.
The Little Red Truck is currently available for booking for special occasions, festivals, weddings, and anything else that comes its way. The taps are not limited to champagne and wine. Latta and
Most of the truck's components are authentic, 1920s-era parts, so you can marvel over an original, working car from the Jazz Age while throwing down spirits. Tipple Taps is a historical attraction and bar wrapped up in one vehicle, thrilling both drinkers and car lovers alike.
To book Tipple Taps for an event, visit tippletaps.com.