Third only to milk and water, beer has been made and consumed for millennia. That ancient tradition has been brought to modernity, with all variety of tools. The tap is the final step in serving beer and the handle says a great deal about the person using it. These are fun to make and even more fun to use. Recently I was approached by a coffee company, groundwork coffee, to make a set of tap handles as they are undertaking to serve cold coffee from beer kegs.
Comments from the persons for whom these items were created:
May 7, 2014 for the project Celtic Beer Tap Handle
Jim was very easy to communicate with, and quick to respond to my messages. He took my idea and made it even better. I would definitely work with Jim again.
January 18, 2014 for the project Beer Tap, Beer Mug Shape
Jim did an incredible job on the 'beer mug keg tap'. Excellent craftsmanship. He was very friendly, took my phone call and discussed the various possibilities of designs. I highly recommend Jim for any project.
December 15, 2013 for the project Chalkboard Beer Tap Handle With Racing Stripes
I am so lucky that I ended up with Jim as my project's maker. Jim was extremely professional, helpful and timely throughout the project. He helped provide me with options to pick my own wood and stains, laser printed image, chalkboard finish, and stunning inlays, guiding me with his expertise in woodworking but also letting me really feel like I made decisions to have customized the perfect piece. The outcome is better than I hoped for; thank you Jim for creating a stylish and wonderfully crafted tap handle and flight paddle. I could not be happier and it was a fun experience to boot, knowing you were in good hands!