‘Not your typical bartender.’ Pattersons open Tipsy Cowboy Mobile Bar

April 17, 2024 | 12:14 am

Updated April 17, 2024 | 12:14 am

Owensboro natives Tyler and Taylor Patterson have launched the Tipsy Cowboy Mobile Bar, offering customized bartending for private events with various drink possibilities. 

Tyler introduced the idea to Taylor while researching ways to generate additional income. After some thought and consideration, he purchased a horse trailer and immediately began converting it into a mobile bar. 

“I knew I was going to start losing some overtime and told her we needed to find a way to make some money,” Tyler said. “I saw the mobile bar concept on TikTok and knew it was something we could do.”

After purchasing the trailer, Tyler partnered with his good friend Jeff Burges to convert it into a finished bar equipped with all the necessary features. It took them 6 months to complete the build. 

He and Taylor posted photos of the unit and introduced the service on Facebook on Monday.

“We’re overwhelmed with the support – the community has responded very well,” he said. “A lot of people are communicating with others and telling their friends and families. We’ve already had some reservations and several inquiries.”

He said their initial plan is to serve private parties such as weddings, corporate gatherings, showers, birthday parties, retirement parties, graduation parties, and more. As they become more familiar with the industry, they hope to open to the public at events such as Friday After 5. 

The Pattersons have made it their goal to offer an innovative bar experience unlike anything else in Owensboro. Some of their unique drink concoctions include Tito’s blueberry or strawberry lemonade, a pineapple paloma with bourbon, and other innovative cocktails. 

“We always want to have specialty drinks tailored to our clients,” Tyler said. “When determining a drink menu, we will meet with them, discuss ideas, and let them sample some options.”

To learn more about the Tipsy Cowboy Mobile Bar and inquire about its services, visit it on Facebook here

“We hope to bring something different and unique and help people make a memory,” Tyler said. “We want people to remember the trailer and say, ‘Man, that was cool.’ We’re not your typical bartender.”

April 17, 2024 | 12:14 am

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