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Old 11-26-2011, 09:25 AM   #1
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Here's some tap handles I made -- http://crazybrewing.com/customtaps


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Old 11-26-2011, 09:29 AM   #2
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Nice, I like the sticks that hold the baseball and moose up.


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Nice, I like the sticks that hold the baseball and moose up.
Thanks. The baseball was a foul ball catch at a Houston Astros game. I got the Moose off of ebay for my Moose Drool Brown Ale clone. The handles are 8" table legs from lowes that I stained and finished with gloss polyurethene. The Moose and the baseball are attached with a dowel and gorilla glue. The tap handles have a 3/8" 16 nut to attach to tap.
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Thanks. The baseball was a foul ball catch at a Houston Astros game. I got the Moose off of ebay for my Moose Drool Brown Ale clone. The handles are 8" table legs from lowes that I stained and finished with gloss polyurethene. The Moose and the baseball are attached with a dowel and gorilla glue. The tap handles have a 3/8" 16 nut to attach to tap.
Very nice work.
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Nice work! The baseball tap handle is pretty sweet. The moose drool inspiration cracks me up. I live an hr away from Big Sky Brewery. Locals don't like moose drool, only out of staters. When I went to college at Wash St I loved it. I moved to Montana and now I can't stand it. As a hunter, I do think the moose tap is cool.


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