• List Price: US $35.00
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Product features

  • Dimensions: approximately 10"L X 1.9" W X .8" T.
  • Made from high quality Oak wood
  • Weight: 0.35 Pounds
  • They all have the standard 3/8"- 16 UNC threads which is the standard faucet size in the US.
  • Perfect for kegerator taps, breweries, bars, pubs, restaurants and homebrewers.
  • Chalk Section: Replaceable chalkboard, not painted. Easily write any custom messages with traditional Chalk or Liquid chalk pen! Simply erase with wipes.

Product Description

This large chalkboard kegerator tap handle for bars, restaurants, personal kegerators, soda makers, homebrewers, events, weddings, and much more! The tap handle’s magic comes from chalkboard erasable surface that allows you to write in whatever you have got on tap.
Dimensions: 10 inch Tall and 1.9 inch width and .8 inch Thick of the beer faucet makes it easy to handle and function;
Material: Oak wood
Chalkboards: one side in black
Ferrule: Fits all standard U.S. faucet lever 3/8-inch threads (16 Unified Coarse Thread)
Why choose us?
1: Chalkboard Section: Chalkboard can be replaced, You can easily to replace blackboards in different colors.
2:Easily write any custom message with traditional Chalk or Liquid chalk pen! Simply erase with wipes.
Remembering what beer on tap can be frustrating, but it won’t be with our wooden chalkboard handles. You’ll never have to remind people over and over again what is on tap. Simply write the name and beer type on the handle with chalk. The long-lasting chalkboard surface is painted on for quality and long lasting writing. Easy to erase and update to save time so you don’t have to change handles.
Please remember that no two pieces of wood are alike and wood grain and stain will differ slightly for each tap handle. The pictures provided are of different taps to give a close example of what you will receive.

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