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    "Yards No. 1"—Rob Lloyd.

    "Yards No. 1"—Rob Lloyd.

    "The Yards Bottle Tap" – Chris Dietrich. How do customers recognize Yards Beer in a poorly lit bar? This design mimics the strengths of the Yards brand in the commercial bottle market and extends that recognition to the draft point-of-purchase moment With prominent 360° Yards branding and a flavor label on the customer AND pourer sides, this universal tap retains the core brand across all flavors. Top-mounted figures emphasize the iconic styles and add unique character to the Yards product line.

    "Yards Tap Handle"—East Coast Taps

    "Pull for what Ales"—Kevin Huang. Title "Pull for what Ales" is a capsule crafted from aluminum, acrylic and polycarbonate plastics, and electronic components. The hand turned caps crafted from aluminum rod are hollowed out to conceal a lumen powered led bulb that turns on when the tap is pulled making the Yards logo inside light up drawing attention to itself. An occasional day in the sun keeps the battery charged.

    "Yards Tap Handle"—East Coast Taps

    "Willadelphia"—John Combs. This is an attempt to create mixes of old and new. The old: With this design, I envisioned Yards Brewery's existence back in William Penn's heyday. The setting is Mr. Penn in front of city hall with a beer in hand, standing beside a keg of Yards. The new: Adding to the historical background the tap portrays, I also wanted to give it a somewhat raw look. Stacked, unpolished metal and wood was used to pay homage to Philadelphia's image as a tough, blue collar city.

    "Fleur-de-lis" — Robert Trempe. Seasonal and limited release beers should be celebrated with specific taps as distinctive as the beers themselves. This tap handle is designed for the late-spring Yards Saison. The handle is shaped by an interpretation of the decorative French “Fleur-de-lis” symbol found on the Yards Saison label. The proportions of the tap deviate slightly from the symbol for ergonomics, but the shape and texture retains its symbolism and connection to the Saison.

    "Fleur-de-lis" — Robert Trempe. Seasonal and limited release beers should be celebrated with specific taps as distinctive as the beers themselves. This tap handle is designed for the late-spring Yards Saison. The handle is shaped by an interpretation of the decorative French “Fleur-de-lis” symbol found on the Yards Saison label. The proportions of the tap deviate slightly from the symbol for ergonomics, but the shape and texture retains its symbolism and connection to the Saison.

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