For grain purchases, our club here in Knoxville has been using North Country Malt (www.northcountrymalt.com). They have excellent quality malt from several different companies and their prices are great when ordering full sacks (55 lbs). Our club has organized bulk buys and saved big time on shipping.
They also have a very good pellet hop selection. Buying hops by the pound is a great bargain from these guys. The quality of the hops is very good. They do not sell whole hops.
This is a great outfit and they have really been good to our club. Orgainizing a big buy through your own club can save a lot of money.
My experiences with William's brewing and with Midwest brewing have been good. Midwest definitely has better prices on large quantities of grain. I'll have to check out some of the others mentioned though. Free shipping? That would rock!
After a year of sitting idle, Andre's All-Grain Brewery has reopened.
Batch #59-Kolsch (Secondary)
Batch #60-Blueberry Ale (Primary)
My hat is off to Morebeer. After reading many posts about I started using them to order supplies. I received my latest order yesterday and found that the sanitizer injector had a broken part on it causing the liquid to drain out. I emailed Morebeer about the problem and I got an email this morning saying a whole new one was already in the mail. WOW - you can't beat that service. Thanks Janx for the suggestion to use them!
No matter what I say - I don't know what I am doing!
Primary: empty Secondary: empty Bottle conditioning: Stout (1-07) Drinking: Robust Porter Next up: not sure
If you live in the southeast try http://www.sunsetsuds.com/. They're in Florida and provide very personalized service. Prices are very good and they only charge the actual shipping cost. If you are a frequent customer you can earn discounts every time you buy.
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