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Old 01-09-2013, 11:21 PM   #141
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I'm going to throw in my support for cask and kettle in boonton as well. their grain prices are really great. They also frequently have some of the popular hops when they're totally sold out at the top online shops. The shop owner and his helpers are very nice, also.
I'm full on Cask and Kettle. The owners is awesome and the prices are great!!! Can't beat it. I do get my hardware from Bobby though.

C&K!!!!

And they accept most major credit cards.
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Old 03-11-2013, 02:42 AM   #142
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We are located in Warwick, NY. check us out www.mistuckycreek.com. We carry a full line of base malts and specialty grains, and we crush for free. We stock White Labs, but we are a Wyeast dealer as well and can get you whatever you need. There is also North Jersey Homebrew Supply in Sparta NJ. if that is closer to you. We would love to help you out with all your homebrewing needs.

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This is great news...I'm in Northern NJ and have friends in Warwick NY right by the drive in movie spot. Thanks for posting Lloyd. I'll be seeing you soon for sure.
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Old 03-11-2013, 04:14 PM   #143
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I recently went to Cask and Kettle for the first time.

Employees where all friendly. Almost nothing had a price tag, so annoyingly had to ask price for anything I was curious about.

They had all the products and brands expected in a quality shop. They didn't seem to stock some bulk items like 50 lbs bags of DME and 100 count bags of corks. They had many options for smaller quantities. The owner was happy to special order the DME for me which was a small savings from what is available from the popular online vendors.

Overall when considering taxes and shipping, I saved a few bucks for what total cost would have cost from online vendors.

I will definitely go back!

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Old 03-11-2013, 07:13 PM   #144
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i live a 5 minute walk from cask and kettle. the store is great. owner is very knowledgable and willing to help

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Awesome! Two new places to check out...I'll keep Corrado's as a plan C if needed.

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Went to cask and kettle last week myself. Knowledgeable, helpful staff.

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I'm pretty sure Princeton Homebrew only has white labs
I love Princeton Homebrew! When I go to trenton for a hockey or baseball game I stop in and Joe is very helpful, AND he carries East Coast Yeasts!

When he has it(they do not produce a lot of it) I get the old Newark ale yeast and do a ballantine clone!!! it is supposed to be the original yeast used by the brewery.

And he does mail order too!!
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:39 PM   #148
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I live just over a mile from the Sparta store. Good for small items (tubing, hop bags, etc.), but I buy all my grain and yeast from Cask and Kettle. Love spending my money there.

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Old 08-30-2013, 12:33 AM   #149
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Hey everybody, I've been a HomebrewTalk fan for a long time, and I've been following this thread for a while too. I've got a really important announcement, that I think a lot of you will be interested in. Please spread the word, and tell everyone you know about this. We're opening a new homebrew shop in Downtown Jersey City. Announcement is below:

Announcing The Thirsty Quaker – Homebrew Supplies ∙ Craft Beer ∙ Wine ∙ Spirits

www.thirstyquaker.com

We will be located by Hamilton Park at 492 Monmouth St in Downtown Jersey City, and we'll have a lot to offer the community:
-A wide range of supplies for making beer, wine, mead, and more.
-A great selection of craft beer, wine, and spirits.
-Bulk supplies and scoop-your-own grains.
-Community events like classes, barbecues, and contests.
-Parking! Yes, we have a parking lot!

For a little more information, and to become a part of this, please visit our IndieGoGo campaign at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/th...ies-craft-beer



If you're a brewer, or interested in learning more about homebrewing, check out the Jersey City Homebrew Contest at the 4th Street Arts & Music Fest on October 5th:
http://jerseycitybrewclub.com/jersey...ebrew-contest/

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@thirstyquaker Great news for me! So you're taking the old deli location? I'm on the same block. When do you open?

I could have used you there a month ago when a fly decided to make my starter his swimming pool. Had to make the long trip back to the city in search of new yeast.

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