No Pictures, but I built a really simple one for 5 tap handles with a 2x4 and a few bolts/nuts/washers. Bascially, you can drill 5 ~7/16" holes through the 2x4 at equal intervals. Then, take 3/4" or 1" spade bit and ream out the back/bottom of each of the holes about 2/3 of the way through the 2x4 so that it will still lay flat once the bolts were fastened. Stick a 3/8x16 (i think) bolt with a washer on it through the bottom (reamed side) of each hole, fasten it on the top with a nut/washer, and you're all set. Just make sure the bolt is long enough to leave about 3/4" or so of threads sticking out over the top of the nut, and that should give you plenty of room to screw your tap handles on. I spraypainted mine black, but if you have good wood and are handy, you could probably stain/finish it and make it look pretty nice.
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