Ok, now for the third time this year, I’m honored to have one of my DIY’s featured in another great brewing publication. Only this time, it’s a real article authored by yours truly. It’s in the 2015 July/August BYO!
It is a full write up of Mein Bierwagen.
There was even an additional Reader Project feature of my DIY tap handles.
I really hope to see some variations of this for the 2015 Oktoberfest parties.
I’ll be brewing for Strausstoberfest in a few weeks!
BYO also has been kind enough to allow me to post the article on my website, so just read my section of the article, then go over to BYO and start a subscription!
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Since introducing my 3D printed WBHY tap handles, I’ve had other requests for custom work. This one required me to tap (no pun intended) into my artistic side.
This one in particular for the Pekoe Kombucha Bar in Toronto was pretty cool.
I made a standard tea leaf with their logo in two colors as well as alternate versions that had icon toppers that reflected the some of the various flavor offerings.
This summer (2015) Pekoe Kombucha Bar will be serving at Front Street Foods in Union Station in Toronto as part of the summer market. If you are in the area, stop by and try some of their kombucha and see the tap handles in person.
Check the original 3D Printed Tap Handles thread for current info on purchasing a tap handle or getting the link to download files to print your own!
If you want to see other creations, check out my Gallery of Customer 3D Printed Tap Handles showing some of the tap handles already made for customers.
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