Originally Posted by SAMPLER
So did you just drill the cap and then screw them on?
So simple yet GREAT looking
Just a thought... if you could find a way to make them liquid tight even after they are screw onto the faucet you could fill each tube with a sample of the brew on that tap which would look way cool. Definitely a conversation piece
I used the tap handle ferrules found here: http://www.beeravenue.com/beer_tap_handle_parts.html
The medium ones fit the yeast vial caps perfectly. Then I just got some 5/16" bolts from the hardware store, drilled a hole in the cap, and bolted the cap to the ferrule. Then you just fill your vial, screw the cap/ferrule on, and twist the whole thing onto your tap.
It's easy to unscrew the cap to change what's inside, and I think you could easily seal the cap with caulking if you wanted to fill the vial with a liquid.