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"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.

  • Chris Dietrich

    To further emphasize the specific flavors available on tap, a top screw mount provides the opportunity to adorn each tap handle with a specific ornament for each iconic beer style: a colonial wig for the Ales of the Revolution series, an orange fist for the Brawler, a Fleur de Lis for the Saison, a Union Jack shield for the IPA, etc. - all created with affordable CNC 3D printing models and a simple screw post insert. See all four top-mounted insignias here: http://www.pinterest.com/pi...

"Yards Tap Handle"—East Coast Taps

  • NextFab

    We are East Coast Taps, and our mantra is 'sell more beer, look more awesome. We are a start-up that uses manufacturing practices just like the ones found at NextFab to create custom beer taps for breweries, bars, and 'man-caves' across the country. Right now, we're refining our manufacturing capabilities, which drew us to this contest because it opened the door to the NextFab Studio to help us grow our business. Our tap is simply called 'The Franklin' and started off as a sketch, inspired by the rich history of Philadelphia and our Founding Fathers. After spending some time in Philly while working on our sketches, we felt confident we were going to be able to capture the aura of the City of Brotherly Love. We then hand sculpted 'The Franklin' out of clay and spent hours working on each and every detail. Once our model was complete, we created a mold and poured our tap. The tap is also meticulously painted by hand to give it that 'Old City' rustic feel. We love beer and creating more taps for people to enjoy is all we want to do! - 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.

"Yards Tap Handle"—East Coast Taps

"And , the Winner is..." NextFab Studio and Yards Brewing Company cordially invite you to the Tap Handle Throwdown gala event. This is the culimnation of months of hard work, creativity, design, and craftsmanship.

"Ol Timey Tap"—Keith Hatton. Inspired by a traditional magnifying glass, ‘Ol Timey captures the subtle complexity and distinguished quality of Yards Brewing, while hinting at the company's Philadelphian roots. The bottom of the handle's contours are a tip of the hat to the master brewers and its lens is an interchangeable puck to open the door for more dynamic labels and future collectables! 'Ol Timey is a tap you want to get your hand on and has the character to stand out among it's peers!

"Ol Timey Tap"—Keith Hatton. Inspired by a traditional magnifying glass, ‘Ol Timey captures the subtle complexity and distinguished quality of Yards Brewing, while hinting at the company's Philadelphian roots. The bottom of the handle's contours are a tip of the hat to the master brewers and its lens is an interchangeable puck to open the door for more dynamic labels and future collectables! 'Ol Timey is a tap you want to get your hand on and has the character to stand out among it's peers!

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