Wood Flame Curved Shotgun Tap Handle

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Premium wooden semi-custom shotgun tap handle with flame treatment

This is Steel City Tap's premium semi-custom flame-treated wooden shotgun tap handle. Our American-sourced wood is treated with the flames of Vulcan and bathed in Neptune's water-resistant coating. Then, Jupiter blasts a UV coating for protection and Minerva finishes up a mythical 4-sided print job which mere mortals find astonishing. 

Tap handle size:

Dimensions: 1"W x 2"L x 6.5"H

Wood Tap Handle Features:

- Water-resistant UV clear coat

- Custom graphics printed on four sides in full color

- Production time is dependent upon artwork approval and handle availability

Our semi-custom handle line-up is built to hang with its big brother, fully custom tap handles. The main focus of this tap handle is to attract customers at bars and restaurants and make your handle stand out against other taps on the market. This handle is made from top to bottom to give you the exact look and feel you would expect from a fully custom tap. Whether you are in craft beer, kombucha, wine, coffee, or any draft item, this product can and will stand out.

We use top American-made and USA-sourced materials to build your product. The wood tap handle starts life as a standard piece of lumber grown right here in the USA. We then mill it down using our in-house CNC in Birmingham, Alabama.

Once the product is cut, we put our hands on it. We then run it through the finishing process where the tap gets sanded, hardware gets installed, and the color or finish gets applied and clear coated with a waterproof, UV-protected clear coat. Then it’s ready to receive your design or graphic.

Everything is carefully thought considered, from the materials to the finish to stability in the market or at your home dispenser. Many of our clients have started with this tap as their initial product and grown from here, expanding from 1 beer tap handle to 100's a month. 

 

 

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