Our original trailer, the Rustic Rankin, is a 1972 double horse trailer
that is fully renovated with tons of vintage charm. She's spent all her
days in the Northwest, and is happy to be used for both indoor or
outdoor events! This rustic beauty is full of copper fixtures,
handmade barn wood counters and cabinets, snow-white wall
paneling, and vintage lighting. Rustic Rankin can easily accommodate
2 bartenders and fits almost anywhere measuring 7 feet wide by 12 feet long.
Cassidy came to us as a well oiled machine, we just gave her a
a little cleaning and added more charm to her! Sitting indoors
or outdoors, she can accommodate 4 kegs and has several
service windows. She boasts black and white exterior paint, live
edge bar counters, matte black metal interior walls with cedar
wood finishing throughout. Cassidy can easily handle 2 bartenders
and sits 8 feet wide by 15 feet long. (Washington)
Renovation in progress. Currently booking for events past
Hellcat Maggie, previously the Rambler, is a 1954 Jewel Tin Can
Traveler. Hellcat Maggie is dedicated in honor of Michelle's grandmother Maggie Arana, always in our hearts.
Maggie sits at 13ft long, boasts an ivory exterior paint and two large bar windows with live edge counters. With cedar elements and black fixtures, this beauty is the perfect combination of modern meets rustic and vintage. (Washington)
The Tiny-Tipsy is our satellite mobile bar. She fits comfortably in most
areas as she is 3ft by 5ft in size and perfect for outside or indoor events.
Western red cedar, black matte painted corrugated metal and gas piping
are just some of the features on this satellite bar. Her wheels are ready to
roll into a backyard or a shop, venue dance floor area or a driveway.
Kegs, no problem. Mixed drinks, she can handle it. (Washington)
Currently being renovated, Jameson is our Idaho Tipsy-Trailer.
Jameson is a 1980 double horse trailer that is capable of holding up
to 4 kegs of your favorite beer, wine or cider. Live edge counters,
copper fixtures and a linen white outer paint are only part of what
Jameson has to offer. With dual serving windows, this beauty can
easily hold two bartenders and serve larger parties.
Coming Soon- The Tap Truck is a 1967 International truck bed trailer that has been renovated into a mobile tap room that can accommodate up to six kegs, three on each side. This beast is a self-service tap house that can easily fit into any venue or backyard and is designed to allow a simple yet unique way to serve beverages at your events. More information to follow shortly!