In the Fall of 2013 co-owner, Danny Tippit, had an epiphany. “We are going to open up a coffee shop.” Danny went home excited to share the good news with his wife, Becky. Let’s just say she was less than excited. “Yeah right.” But the excitement of owning and operating a coffee shop never left Danny.
He pondered and prayed and thought and dreamed and finally his persistence and relentless pursuit of this grand vision impressed his wife and she bought in. Totally. Here is the kicker, at the risk of drawing criticism, full disclosure, Danny had just started drinking coffee a fews years prior and Becky, well Becky doesn’t drink coffee. Even to this day, Becky let’s Danny do all of the recipe crafting and brewing. But what they both have in common is their love for people, their hearts for serving, and their strong desire to forge relationships with those they meet.
And here we have the heart of Dry Bones Mud House. The inherent implication of a dry bone is something that is dead or drained. We believe that Dry Bones Mud House is a place where people can find physical renovation or a mental refurbishing. And of course at the center of this holistic redecoration is the amazing plant species called coffea arabica, otherwise known as a tasty cup of coffee. DBMH takes pride in its crafting of the expertly roasted coffees delivered to it weekly from a local roaster, Tinker Coffee Co.
What we hope you enjoy when you join us for a hot cup of coffee, a tasty latte, one of our Nelson’s loose leaf artisan teas, or our creamy nitro-infused cold brew coffee is an experience that wakes dem bones up. We look forward to meeting you, serving you, and getting to know you. Consider this your invite to hang with us at the historic Union 525 in an inspiring atmosphere drinking some delicious coffee.