David from Twisted Fate Brewing, located in our home state of Massachusetts, contacted Knockout Designs about tap handles for their new taproom. They were interested in a combination of metal and wood to complement Twisted Fate’s industrial look in their new brewery taproom. Knockout Designs used their logo to create a 3D-printed beer tap in black steel and attached it to a round wooden handle. Twisted Fate is a family-owned and female-owned brewery focused on being family-friendly while creating excellent craft brews. They’ve partnered with Danvers Pizzas and Subs and offer pizza by the slice to enjoy while sipping one of their craft beers. After the 20 custom tap handles were installed in the new taproom David sent an email. “…just wanted to say, we love our tap handles”.
3D-printed Beer Tap
Knockout Designs specializes in small tap handle orders but also has the capacity for larger distribution tap handle orders. Knockout Designs manufactures tap handles with various materials, including wood and 3D-printed beer taps in metal and plastic, to create unique tap handles for craft breweries, restaurants, wineries, vineyard tasting rooms, bars, and even the at-home brewer! Knockout Designs has created a plethora of unique tap handles many of which are equipped with stylish and functional adornments that the client can label with the name of their craft brew.
Not only are the tap handles uniquely designed to the clients’ wishes, but their custom design help market the client’s brand as well as complement the atmosphere of their exclusive craft brewery. In this case, Twisted Fate Brewing received classic and refined custom-printed tap handles to accompany the design of their new taproom.
Knockout Design’s team of 3D modelers and fabricators works with designers, brewers, and vintners to ensure our clients receive the exact tap handle they have envisioned. Creating this exclusive set of care Twisted Fate Brewing was a pleasure. We always look forward to creating new, unique tap handles for craft breweries, bars, restaurants, and even home-brewers in the future.