Your home-brewed beer has a distinct flavor. Pair it with a one-of-a-kind handle.

You’re not just a brewer; you’re a craftsman. We get that. At Half Yankee Workshop, each tap handle and bottle opener is hand cut and finished to give you a back bar as unique as your brew.
Half Yankee craftmaster Jeremy Jordan works with a combination of local woods from his home in Houston, Texas, and exotic woods sourced from reputable vendors worldwide. He shapes each piece of wood into a one-of-a-kind tap handle, taking inspiration from the beers he samples along the way.
Every handcrafted wood beer tap handle has a story—though of course, the bartender is free to embellish. Visit the shop to browse our Session Series, Seasonal Series, and Premium Reserve beer tap handles.


News From the Shop

Houston Breweries 5 Most Interesting Beer Tap Handles

May 28, 2015

I am positive that I am not the only person who has ordered a beer because it had great looking tap handle.  That's what interesting tap handles do, sell beer.  Often times the creativity used in designing these beer pulls is a direct reflection of the creativity they put in their beer.  So after lots of research and even more pints, these are my five favorite handles from Houston area Breweries.

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2015 Reddit Homebrewing Competition

May 21, 2015

Reddit Homebrewing Competition
The Half Yankee Workshop is a proud official sponsor of the 2015 Reddit Homebrewing Competition.  This year will mark the sixth time the contest has been ran in this popular community.  Our handcrafted wood beer tap handles are among this year’s many prizes along with other prizes from some great vendors. 

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