TapT Rentals

About Us

Want to watch the big game from the comfort of your trailer? Don't worry – TAPT Rentals has trailers that come equipped with HDTVs. That way, you can see the game in perfect clarity while enjoying your meal.Many trailers also come equipped with:

  • Kegerators for your beer
  • USB ports to chat with friends over social media
  • Power sockets for appliances
  • Eight-burner propane grill to cook some delicious grub
  • LED lights for night games
  • Canopies to protect yourself from the weather
  • Customizable side displays for team mementos
  • Bluetooth to share information with fellow fans


Lawn Game Entertainment

The Lawn Game Package includes 8-12 of today’s most common outdoor games that will keep your guest entertained for hours. Cornhole, BearPong, CanJam, and Puttskee to name a couple fan favorites.

Tents | Tables | Chairs

For your next event, trust TAPT rentals to provide your tents, tables and chairs. We believe convenience is key, which is why we work one-on-one with you to schedule set-up and tear-down.

Audio /Video Entertainment
The Entertainment Package is setup to attach 3 HDTV's and a satellite for Direct TV to your trailer rental. One 60" inch can mount across the front with secondary 32" TV's mounted on near the rear above of the trailer on the right and left sides. We also provided private and corporate event packages that are great to display slideshow, games, and any other video that is needed.

 Beverage Dispenser Rentals

The keykeg connects directly to our unique dispenser systems that cools and pours, removing the need for refrigeration, as well as gas. Our kegs and wine taps are available to rent separately as well.

Event Staffing

Our event staffing team is used to the hustle and bustle environment. Trust our team to keep a calm, customer service driven attitude for your next event. We have many different staffing options, whether if you need bussers or full on event staffing, call us for pricing!Attendants

  • Cooks
  • Bartenders
  • Security

Custom Branding

We take pride in our trailers, which is why we decided to share our custom brand trailers with you. We can design a trailer just for you, your team, you cause, or whatever you’d like!We also provide custom branding merchandise services.

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We also offer catering, DJ services, video and photography services.

Wineries & Vineyards

Facts About Wineries and Vineyards

If you happen to live in any areas around the world that produce wine, then probably you are already familiar with the sight of extensive fields of grapes, exclusively grown for the purpose of producing wine or wine vinegar. Many Loudoun vineyards, today, are separated into sections with each section being assigned a specific type of grape, for example, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Zinfandel. This is done so as to make the process of harvesting easier. Different grapes have different maturity dates and therefore, different harvesting seasons. Vineyard workers during these seasons, pick the sections separately, so as not to confuse which grapes to be used to make certain types of wine. All year round, except during the winter months, when grape vines are dormant, the vineyard is a place of constant activity. Vineyard workers provide daily care to the growing grapes, for example, by applying fertilizers or sprays as needed and by checking the grapes for problems or the presence of mold or pests. Laboratory workers have also formed part of this workforce. Their main work is to evaluate the chemical nature of wine that is already bottled and to look at the chemical composition of grapes as they ripen so as to establish if they are ripe, and to find out what adjustments may be required once the grapes are pressed. At the final stages after juice has been obtained, they evaluate whether it is for ready to be used to create wine. These laboratory workers and chemists, who work as analysts and winemakers, are collectively referred to as called enologists. Many vineyards, today, have ventured into a type of business where wine is sold directly from the tasting room. These same vineyards often offer tours of the winemaking apparatus and vineyard. Many a Loudoun winery uses this as an important part of the vineyard. It is a building or property that produces wine, or houses a business involved in the production of wine, such as a wine company. Apart from just having the winemaking equipment, larger wineries may also incorporate warehouses, bottling lines, laboratories, and large expanses of tanks known as tank farms. The wine making process here involves fermentation of grape fruits, as well as the blending and aging of the juice. The grapes used in the winery may be from the vineyard owned by the winery or alternatively the grapes can also be brought in from other locations. Many wineries sell wines to larger commercial distributors, sell wine in-house and offer visitors a chance to taste their different varietals. This means a vineyard attached to a Loudoun winery will have a staff dedicated to customer service, marketing and distribution. Jobs as tasting experts or tour guides are common in larger wineries. Some wineries are so small, that they can only sell to buyers who approach them, like individual restaurants. By doing this, such small wineries cut down on marketing costs and derive more profits from the direct sale of wine.

In different areas selected as wine countries, where there is a lot of wine production, some people love the look of vineyards, especially in the fall as the grape leaves turn orange, yellow and purple. However, there are also others in these regions that complain that too many Loudoun vineyards can overshadow the production of other crops, thus interfering with biodiversity. About the Author: This article was written by Krista Scarlet, Communications Specialist for Big Cork Vineyards. They have the best quality of flavorful and aromatic red & white wines at their wineries. They offer a wide variety of delicious red 7 white wine categories like merlot wine, wine chardonnay, malbec wine, syrah wine and many more.


Interesting Facts

Beer is one of the oldest beverages, whose history dates back to the
sixth millennium BC. 
In ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia drank beer. 
Moreover, there are opinions that the barley and wheat have been cultivated there exclusively
for brewing beer, and the creation of bread was a side effect.

Chemical studies of ancient ceramic vessels show that beer was produced somewhere else 7,000 years ago in what is now Iran. Brewing became the first branch of human activity, where it was used biological fermentation process. Recent archeological finds show that Chinese settlers brewed beer-like alcoholic beverages within 7 millennia BC. Brewing had a small home-scale, and the methods that were used were similar to the methods of brewing beer in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. 

In 1740 Admiral Vernon of the British fleet decided to water down the
navy's rum. Needless to say, the sailors weren't too pleased and called
Admiral Vernon "Old Grog", after the stiff wool grogram coats he wore.

The term "grog" soon began to mean the watered down drink itself. When you were drunk on this grog, you were "groggy".

English beer "Tutankhamun" is brewed according to ancient Egyptian recipe. The scientists succeeded  to disclose the secret of this beer with the electron microscope after they studied the fossilized remains of the walls of the brewing tanks.

Historically, brewing beer was considered a very important and noble task for women. In ancient Peru, the breweries were staffed by women of the elite. The women had to be of noble birth or extremely beautiful. “Brewster” is the correct term for a woman who brews beer.

During the excavation in the village of Kissonerga near Paphos in Cyprus in 2007, a group of archaeologists from the University of Manchester was discovered a structure, which was used as a brewery. It is the oldest brewery in the history. Her age is about 3.5 million years. Mortars for grinding grains and clay utensils for bewaring beer, vessels were also founded. 

Brewery Schorschbrau from the Bavarian village of Oberasbach brews the strongest beer in the world with 57.5% alcohol. The brewing process of this beer lasts more than 6 months and it's price  is 200 euros for 0.3 liters.

The oldest claimed functional brewery in the world: Bayerische Staatsbrauerie Weihenstephan near Munich, founded nine centuries ago in the year 1040.

In the 16th century in the Czech town of Trutnov at the city gates set the clock. The clock with a strong ringing reported after visiting time beer. Disobeyed were fine, if not could lose the right to consume beer for a year.

In 1642, the first brewery in America was built in Hoboken, New Jersey.

In times of fashion for Buddhism among american youth in the 70's is one of New York's Brewing Company  hired several students and shaved their heads portrayed their logo. This gimmick was a huge success.