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Beer Tap Handles from nano-brewery: Hop Dogma Brewing

A project in El Granada, CA by Dan Littlefield (right) & Ethan Martini

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Hop Dogma nano-brewery is opening in summer 2013. We need to upgrade a 1-barrel brew system to a 3.5-barrel system with fermenters.
Backers: 77
Average Pledge Per Backer: $64

Funded: $4,908 of $20,000
Dates: Jun 1st -> Jul 1st (30 days)
Project By: Dan Littlefield (right) & Ethan Martini
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Latest News

Alternate Uses for a Tap Handle - #2

June 24th - via:
Hello Everyone, We have a new use for those tap handles, check it out: Dan & Ethan  (Read More)

Alternate Uses for a Tap Handle - #1

June 9th - via:
Hello everyone, Dan and I have been fielding questions lately about the tap handles, such as "I don't have a kegerator, why would I need a tap handle?" Well, we thought about this and here is our first idea of an alternate use for our beer tap.... (Read More)

Live demo of super cool tap handle

June 7th - via:
Happy Friday, Dan is using our Premium Tap Handle for the first time to pour our Bridge & Tunnel ESB. If you're thinking you don't have a use for a tap because you don't have a kegerator...just wait, we are going to post videos for alternate uses... (Read More)

Day 5 - T-shirt samples

June 5th - via:
Hello HD Brewing fans, We have samples of the guys T-shirts. The reverse side of the shirts are not shown, but we will have the Hop icon below the neckline on the back of the shirts. Ladies - we will have samples soon of your shirts too! Thank you... (Read More)

Day 3 - Premium tap handle arrived!

June 3rd - via:
Hello all, We have some great updates today. The premium tap handle arrived and it is awesome. The wood is engraved and painted with the Hop Dogma logo. We are very happy with the quality of these taps. Also, there was a request to have the T-shirt... (Read More)

Day 2 Update

June 2nd - via:
Hello HD Brewery backers, We are off to a great start, thanks to you! We are expecting one of the premium tap handles to arrive this week, it is going to be awesome; once it arrives, we will post pictures of it's beer-pouring coolness. Also, keep an... (Read More)

If You Like Beer, This Club's For You

May 11th - via:
Are you a beerocrat, beer aficionado, or a homebrewer looking to brew, share and drink great beer with others who are just as passionate about beer as you are? Half Moon Bay resident Steve Travis has written a few articles about this for his Half Moon Brewer blog on homebrew clubs, lamenting the fact that there's not a regular club here on the Coast. (Read More)

Coast taps into brewing culture - Half Moon Bay Review

May 7th - via:
Every garage beer maker shares a common fantasy: taking those recipes your friends keep praising, throwing down the money for a real brewery, and riding your enticing elixirs to stardom. (Read More)

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