Video Tip: Make Your Own Tap Handles with 2nd Shift

Steve Crider, founder-brewer-handyman at 2nd Shift Brewing in St. Louis, demonstrates a quick, low-cost method for making your own tap handles.

Steve Crider Feb 13, 2020

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Steve Crider, founder and brewer at 2nd Shift Brewing in St. Louis, Missouri, has a reputation among his peers for at least two things: (1) a wide range of tasty beers of high technical quality, and (2) being Mr. Fix-It. Local brewers whose thermostats or canning lines break down have been known to call Crider for advice before they call expensive professionals.

Among other topics, the full 55-minute video course, How to Fix Sh_t in Your Brewery, covers:

  • Fixing pumps, regulators, and valves
  • Equipment storage techniques
  • The basic tools you need to keep your brewery running
  • Saving money and building your own tap handles
  • Safety tips
  • Keeping your brewery clean and infection free

And much more.

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