About Tip Top Taps
Tip Top Taps was founded by Marty Koger of Marko Petroleum in 2015. He spent months transforming an old BP gas station into a classy, comfortable space for serving customers and growing the craft beer culture in Evans, Georgia.
To find the store’s location, request a beer, or send us feedback, please see our Contact Us page. We would love to hear from you!
- 64 oz. growlers (draught)
- 32 oz. howlers (draught)
- 22 oz. bombers (bottled)
What is a growler?
Growlers are jugs that can be filled with draught beer and transported to another location for consumption. Traditional growlers hold 64 ounces of beer, and howlers (half growlers) hold 32 ounces.
Purchasing craft beer in growlers allows you to enjoy the taste of draught beer at home. They are a cost-effective way to experiment and share the many varieties of beer available.
Buying and Refilling Growlers at Tip Top Taps
Here at Tip Top Taps, you pay a one-time deposit of $5 for a growler or howler in addition to the cost of the beer. The jug is yours to keep. When you’re finished with your beer, you may bring it back to the store for a refill, at which time you will only be charged for the beer. If you wish to return your growler to the store’s possession, we will refund your $5.
You are welcome to bring in any growler you already own, as well — even if it’s from another store.
Try Before You Buy
You can also “try before you buy” at Tip Top Taps. Ask our knowledgeable barkeeps for a sample of any variety of beer we have on tap to make sure you’re buying something you love. They can offer recommendations based on your personal tastes as well.
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Caring for Your Growler
After enjoying your beer, please take the following steps to care for your growler:
- If it can not be cleaned immediately, store in the refrigerator and clean as soon as possible.
- Rinse with water and dry thoroughly before returning the cap to the growler.
- Return to Tip Top Taps for another delicious craft brew!
- New growler store opens in heart of Evans | by Steve Crawford, Columbia County News-Times, April 19, 2015
- Former Evans Gas Station Now a Place for Craft Beer | by Gary Kauffman, Buzz on Biz, April 8, 2015