Purely brainstorming potential ideas for you here:
I assume you're using this for your home fridge or jockey box (where you "serve" yourself) as opposed to a brewpub (where you serve others who are on the opposite side of the bar)--it affects placement of the logo/product identifier.
If you're serving yourself--any of the above are OK. Personally, I think the font is hard to read and does not identify the actual product you're serving (belgian pale? Belgian dark strong? a wit?). If you're serving others, then make sure you take into consideration the customer's ability to view the handle/product identifier.
Incorporate the "keg" or "cask" shape (either top or side view) as the shaped/template upon which you post your lettering / images.
Tap handle could be in the outline of a tall monk with male pattern baldness. If you're building a bar-type set up, consider having the logo/product identifier on the barrel resting atop the monk's shoulder so it is placed high on the handle for better visibility.