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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does The Tipsy Mule cost?
We require a $1,000 event minimum. Most events range from $2,000 – $3,500 with $2,500 being the most popular option. Every event is different and not one price fits all. Please fill out the Request a Quote form and we will provide you with a quote within 24 business hours.
Do you need access to water and electricity?
Our trailer is equipped with running hot water and glass rinsers. It also has battery powered LED lights. While we do not need access to water and electricity.. it is always a plus.
What kind of events do you do?
From intimate parties and elopements to the most extravagant wedding, we can do it all! We are built to scale and can serve guests at all variety of events including, birthday, engagement parties, bachelorette parties, retirements, graduations, reunions, corporate parties, festivals, street fairs, and any other reason to celebrate.
No matter what type of event you are hosting, let us take care of pouring libations so you can enjoy your party!
Where is The Tipsy Mule based and do you travel?
The Tipsy Mule is based in Eugene, OR but we love to travel! Travel up to 50 miles is free of charge. A travel fee will be added to quotes with locations outside of this area.
Can you provide glassware?
Yes, for an additional price! We have a selection of glassware ranging from mason jars to coupes.
Can you do events without the trailer?
Yes! While we love to serve from our trailer because 1. it’s show-stopping and conversation-starting and 2. it creates infrastructure and ease at any venue we do have a stand alone wooden bar
The stand alone wooden bar is great as an additional bar location for large events or events held indoors.
If the trailer bar is booked for your date, your venue won’t accommodate the trailer bar, or it just isn’t what you’re looking for, fear not! Our unique mobile bar service is still available to you!
A mobile bar? How is this even legal?
Every event that we do we have 1 million dollar liquor liability insurance. All of our bartenders have an OLCC service permit and an Oregon Food Handler’s card.
We obtain a temporary sales license through the OLCC for every event where:
- alcohol is being sold
- alcohol is present (but not being sold) and there is a charge or accepting of donations for admission
- payment is required to attend the event