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Azurelimits

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So I am pretty new to brewing and kegging. I wanted to know if anyone had any extra tap handles they wanted to get rid of or a Barley Crusher(longshot)? PM me.

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you can make your own tap handle very easily and for cheap.. all you need is a drill.

Get one of these at Lowes from the trim section (small table leg). Stain it.. and then go to the hardware section and buy the insert.. then just drilll the hole in the bottom of the table leg, and screw the insert in.. then it can go right on your tap. (unfortunately I cant remember the size of the insert or have a pic of it.. i think its 3/8 x 1pitch and it should only be a buck or so. Total investment if you have the stain laying around should be 5 bucks or less depending on the table leg you pick.


 

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What part of VA are you in? I might have a lead on a mill...... no shipping though.
 
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I live in Northern VA but I am willing to travel if it is worth it.
 

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I'll get in line on that mill lead if it's not worth the travel for Azurelimits. I'm down in Roanoke.
 
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