Tippe and Drague applies for off-premises license

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The Tippe and Drague Alehouse at 3315 Beacon Ave. S., which opened last weekend to a throng of thirsty Beaconians, recently filed a new liquor license application, adding an new endorsement that wasn’t on their earlier license application. The previous license applied for was “direct shipment receiver — in Washington only” (which allows them to buy beer and/or wine from federally certified wineries or breweries), “restaurant – beer and wine” (which allows them to sell beer and wine for on-premises consumption in conjunction with food sales). They are now applying to add an off-premises endorsement (which will allow them to sell beer and/or wine for off-premises consumption in original containers, as well as allowing them to sell tap beer to purchasers who provide their own containers, subject to certain restrictions.

The applicants are Tippe and Drague LLC, Melissa Cabal and Robert McConaughy, and the license number is 407765. As with all liquor license applications, if you wish to comment on the application to the Liquor Control Board, you can e-mail customerservice@liq.wa.gov.

4 thoughts on “Tippe and Drague applies for off-premises license”

  1. Does this mean that ‘Beacon Rocks!’ events would be able to have a Tippe and Drague beer garden? Yay!

  2. We had brunch there today and everything was awesome. Great food awesome beer selection and the staff was fun as were the fellow patrons at the bar. I look forward to many trips back. Welcome to the hood..

  3. Nice atmosphere, but a bit spendy.
    $5 for a beer? $14 for a Reuben with nothing but the sandwich, no chips or anything?
    Good Luck with that.

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