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Old 02-05-2008, 03:33 AM   #1
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I moved about 6 months ago to Hawaii and had to sell all my brew gear before I moved, I know sucks to be me. However I really miss the hobby and have not found a place to brew equiptment. I need help. I know I could order everything over the internet, but that will cost an arm and a leg to ship. Help a brewer out! Any help getting me connected with hawaiian brewers or brew equiptment would be sweet. I live on Oahu and badly need to get back to this beloved hobby.

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Old 02-05-2008, 06:26 AM   #2
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There's Rocket Suds Homebrewing & Winemaking Equipment & Supplies on The Big island of Hawaii.
P.O. Box 1833,
Kailua-Kona, HI 96745
Phone: 325-7449
email: rocketsuds@prodigy.net
And you might pick up some more info on the Kona Brewers Festival site:
http://konabrewersfestival.com/.

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Here is information on the location for Hawaii Style Homebrew. I heard a rumor recently that they were going out of business, but according to this article it looks like someone bought them and they'll remain open. Don't know how the new ownership will work, but the previous store was OK. Not alot of selection and pretty much set up for extract brewing only. But, definately better than nothing.

Hawaii is an area hurting for a large scale LHBS.

Good Luck, hope they are still in business and that they can help you out.

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