Restored by hand for a picture perfect look.
Each truck in our fleet has been meticulously restored by hand, with each project taking around six months to complete, because the attention to detail is as important as a refreshing drink on tap. When searching for new additions to the fleet, we look for vehicles that can be restored to their original beauty while remaining appealing to a modern era. All of our trucks are fully functional with mostly original engine parts, and if you’re lucky we’ll take you for a joy ride.
1949 Ford Panel Truck
We're proud to present our first Ford in the Tap Truck NE fleet. With classic tones of black and white this '49 is timeless. A polished look from the white walls to the door logos. The brew comes out of cold housing with the same American craftsmanship. This truck has room for 4 taps.
1958 Jeep FC 150
Fresh from the Green Mountain State, MO has spent his entire life in the state of New Hampshire. Fully Restored with our 6 tap system, and original Willys 4x4, there's no party MO can't travel to
1929 Ford AA
We’d like to introduce Abigail – Abby for short – a 1929 Ford AA! Abby was discovered abandoned inside the Niagara Falls Mall 30 years after it was closed, where she was originally used as a flower kiosk. She spent a lot of time at the falls and required extensive restoration by the Tap Truck NE team. Abby was born at the height of the prohibition, so it’s only fitting that she’s the first to feature our newly designed draft system. With 6 taps, Abby is capable of serving beer, wine, coffee, and craft cocktails. We spent a lot of time on this truck and look forward to seeing it at your next event – we promise she’ll be the life of the party!
1942 Ford F3 Panel Truck
Baloo came to us from the back woods of Eastern CT. Restored over the course of 15 years by his previous owner, Baloo hasn't been out of the garage in quite some time. He's been dusted off, polished up, and drastically improved with our 6 tap system.