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ryser2k 03-17-2005 05:34 PM

Homebrew Supply Websites
 
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I thought we could put together a list of the homebrew supply websites, their locations, and a quick blurb about what each offers. I know this would be handy for me because I don't have a local homebrew supply shop that I can visit. I'll edit this top post as everyone replies so we can have a complete list in one place.

I'm listing all the sites that I know, but I haven't used any of them except AHS, so if you have experience with them feel free to write a little blurb about them.

Online Homebrew Suppliers
Annapolis Homebrew Supply
Annapolis, MD

Austin Homebrew Supply
Austin, TX
Large selection of recipe kits available in extract, mini-mash, and all-grain versions, including many commercial clone kits. Equipment and ingredients also available. Flat $7.99 shipping.

Beer-Wine.com
Woburn, Massachusetts
I used Beer-Wine.com this week and was very happy with the service and speed of the delivery. I put in a order for some liquid malt extract to test them out and 2 hours after I put in my order online I received a email that it had been shipped, received it on thursday. All this was with the cheapest shipping option. ~ crum

DeFalco's Home Wine & Beer Supply
Houston, TX

Freshops
Philomath, OR
"Purveyor of fine hops, hop oil, and hop rhizomes"

Homebrew Adventures
Charlotte, NC

Homebrewer's Outpost
Flagstaff, AZ

HopTech
Dublin, CA
Hop supplier recommended by HomeBrewTalk users

Michigan Brewing Company
Webbersville, MI

MoreBeer
Concord, CA
Free shipping for orders $59 and over

"Morebeer impresses me a lot. I kind of think of them as the kings of homebrew supply. They have everything from kits to a complete commercial brewery. What I like best about 'em is their catalog. It's got great explainations of every aspect of brewing, in "concise detail". Call them up...they are very helpful on the phone, and the guys working there are dedicated brewers themselves. Can't say enough good things about them...if nothing else, get the catalog. Highly recommended." ~ rightwingnut

I just wanted to add that morebeer ships for free. It's unbelievable. It makes mail ordering bulk ingredients online cost-effective. I ordered 300+ pounds of grain from them a couple weeks ago and they shipped it all via UPS for free. Add to that that they have just about everything you could possibly want. You can basically build a small commercial brewery out of their catalog and the bar from which to serve your beer, too. They are the best of the best, IMO. ~ Janx

Midwest Supplies
Minneapolis, MN

Northern Brewer
St. Paul, MN

Williams Brewing Supply
San Leandro, CA
Homebrew, Wine, & Coffee

ryser2k 03-17-2005 07:29 PM

I just read today that a homebrew supply shop opened in Bethlehem, PA, in the same building as the Bethlehem Brew Works! I'm excited, I'll be making the trip this weekend.

Janx 03-17-2005 07:51 PM

hoptech.com and freshops.com have been mentioned here as good hop suppliers.

Good thread idea.

ryser2k 03-17-2005 08:53 PM

Yeah, I know I've seen lists of supply shops all over the web, but I thought we could get a list of the HomeBrewTalk recommended shops... Keep the suggestions coming... testimonials, suggestions, etc are all welcome...

rightwingnut 03-18-2005 03:15 AM

Morebeer impresses me a lot. I kind of think of them as the kings of homebrew supply. They have everything from kits to a complete commercial brewery. What I like best about 'em is their catalog. (I feel like a kid in Toys R Us looking through it.) It's got great explainations of every aspect of brewing, in "concise detail". I actually emailed them to praise them on their catalog (I had a few beers under my belt, but I was sincere.) Call them up...they are very helpful on the phone, and the guys working there are dedicated brewers themselves. Can't say enough good things about them...if nothing else, get the catalog. Highly reccomended.

crum 03-18-2005 06:22 PM

I used Beer-Wine.com this week and was very happy with the service and speed of the delivery.
I put in a order for some liquid malt extract to test them out and 2 hours after I put in my order online I received a email that it had been shipped, received it on thursday. All this was with the cheapest shipping option.

Janx 03-18-2005 07:58 PM

I just wanted to add that morebeer ships for free. It's unbelievable. It makes mail ordering bulk ingredients online cost-effective. I ordered 300+ pounds of grain from them a couple weeks ago and they shipped it all via UPS for free. Add to that that they have just about everything you could possibly want. You can basically build a small commercial brewery out of their catalog and the bar from which to serve your beer, too. They are the best of the best, IMO.

SwAMi75 03-22-2005 01:34 AM

I didn't see www.midwestsupplies.com listed. Prices are pretty good, but they make up for it in shipping. I've done a fair amount of business with them, and hae been satisfied.

I didn't realize Morebeer had free shipping....I'll do some comparison shopping with them next time.

Brewman 03-24-2005 08:48 PM

I have been using homebrewheaven.com pretty good service and the kits come nicely sealed together.

sause 03-29-2005 05:47 PM

http://www.brewcitysupplies.com/

They have alot more than whats on there website. Freindly people, some really good service.

They are my LHBS and they gave away hop rhizomes last saturday.


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