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Old 04-17-2013, 03:43 AM   #1
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Default Homebrewed Handles - Customizable Tap Handles!

Hello HBT'ers!

I wanted to introduce to you guys a product that I've been working on for a few months now...

We're Homebrewed Handles and we make high quality, handmade, customizable tap handles for anyone with a kegerator/keezer!




With these handles, you can quickly and easily display your brewery logos or custom beer labels!

Whether you use a pen and paper, Photoshop, or even MS Word/PowerPoint, you can have professional looking tap handles within seconds.

It's as simple as 1-2-3!

1. Print and cut your design
2. Slide it into the plastic card protector
3. Slide the card protector into the tap handle.

That's it!

Each tap handle comes with 3 card protectors. They are reusable, but you can purchase more from anywhere that sells sports cards.

Our patented handmade handles allow you to quickly switch out the name/logo/design for a tap simply by replacing the interchangeable "baseball card protector". Within seconds, you can have a fresh logo/design ready to proudly display your new beer. How simple is that?!


Currently, we offer three sizes of handles in a variety of wood types. Our Small, Medium and Large sized handles can be seen here:

Small (2.5" wide, 5" tall) - Brazilian Cherry:


Medium (2.5" wide, 10" tall) - Brazilian Cherry:


Large (3.5" wide, 10" tall) - Brazilian Cherry:


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**If you want to order a 3.5" wide "Large" size handle, make sure your taps are at least 3.5" apart! If not, you'll want to go with the 2.5" "Medium" and "Small" sized handles.**

If you guys have any questions, comments or requests, please dont hesitate to ask! CHEERS!








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Old 04-17-2013, 03:52 AM   #2
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Very nice! I like that they look like inverted beer bottles pouring out their goodness.

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Old 04-18-2013, 03:04 PM   #3
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Very nice! I like that they look like inverted beer bottles pouring out their goodness.
Haha, thanks!

I've noticed some traffic at the Etsy site from HBT. Thanks for visiting the site guys (and gals!) Definitely much appreciated!
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Durhamite's design looks great, may have to get some.

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Old 04-18-2013, 03:25 PM   #5
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I love mine! I'm going to use it on my single tap kegerator that is out at my cottage, since I love the "woodsy" feel to it.

It is great.

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Do like. Don't like adding another DIY to my list so I'll be back.

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I'm downright tempted. I like that you have the unfinished ones for a little cheaper. I'd probably want to paint mine black anyway.

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Glad you like it Yooper!

And thanks for the positive words folks!

The Brazilian Cherry seems to be most people's favorite as it is a nice, heavy wood. It just feels solid. The red oak handles are a close second.

I've had a lot of interest in the unfinished red oak handles as well. I'll be offering unfinished Brazilian Cherry as well once I can get them posted tonight hopefully. Just wanted to give folks some options.

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Nice looking tap handles there. I like the use of african mahogany, that stuff is so freakin $$$. We were going to use it on a poker table build, but was going to add an extra $150-180 to our build cost.

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Sweet handles, nice work! Any further deals if I buy 6?

Was trying to figure out what to do with my keezer build I am about to start any day...and these might just be the ticket!

Thanks!

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