I found an old can/bottle opener with no handle in a box of stuff from my FIL and thought it needed a handle. I added a turning tool style handle of Black Walnut.
My nephew and his friend down in North Carolina have been brewing up a storm and call them Betterman Brewing (A better brew for a better you)-hence the "B" on the tap handle. It's 3 pieces connected by 3/8" allthread and threaded inserts. The center piece is Mountain Laurel, and the turned pieces are Zelkova or Japanese Elm (not a true Elm), all of which were given to me by the forementioned nephew who happens to be an Arborist. The "B" was printed in reverse and ironed onto the wood then traced and burned in.
I also did a little practice with my Sorby mini spiral tool on each piece. Finish is my standard Busg Oil. I may spray on some lacquer later when it's a bit warmer.
Comments and critiques always welcome.