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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Tap Handle #114: Coors Rattlesnake

Tap size:  10.75"
Rarity:  Very Rare
Mounting:  internal 3/8" nut

It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder...this has to be one of the most beautiful taps in the collection, whether you like snakes or not! The paint job and color scheme are fantastic (including the creepy green eyes), and the gloss finish feels right at home on this deadly reptile. Coors would often pair their regular beer's tap with a Coors Light tap so that together they were part of a theme. That is the case here where the Coors Light version is the snake's tail (which you will see in the next post). The tap is extremely rare, so be prepared to pay quite a premium for it...if you can find it.

Click through to see more photos of this beautiful tap...

For more about Coors, see this post.


  1. Hey I just came across one of these and was wondering if you could answer a couple of questions for me? what is the background on this item? what is it worth? How do i market these? My name is Rob Wehl and you can contact us on facebook at JCS Best Thrift or 785-213-five412. Any help greatly appreciated.

  2. the coors rattlesnake tap is worth around fifty dollars.

  3. I've seen this sell for $300 plus depending on condition. I have 2 and been sitting on them