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Old 10-24-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default Northeastern USA brewing suppliers

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Was just wondering if anybody knew of any online brewing suppliers that are close to the northeast? ive been going through midwest supplies but they dont offer the flat rate shipping anymore so its gotten kind of expensive, I prefer to brew all grain so any with a large selection of malts would be awesome. Thanks for all of your time and help.

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Old 10-24-2012, 04:18 PM   #2
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I use Brewmaster's Warehouse for quite a bit of my grain. They are in Georgia, not the NE, but they FedEx their stuff and it even gets to me FAST. Good customer service, too, and I recommend them highly.

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I also second Brewmaster's Warehouse. I like that you can order your grain in usable increments versus Northern Brewer where you're stuck ordering set volumes (lbs). They also have great service and I usually get my delivery within 3 - 4 days of placing the order.

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We're in the North East (Our warehouse is located in New Jersey.) and ship nationally.

We have a nationally competitive selection/prices; daily, free content, and ship for free over $75. Check us out!

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We're in the North East and ship nationally.

We have a nationally competitive selection/prices; daily, free content, and ship for free over $75. Check us out!
I didn't realize you were in NJ! That looks like a great bet for getting things fast and fresh.
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I also second Brewmaster's Warehouse. I like that you can order your grain in usable increments versus Northern Brewer where you're stuck ordering set volumes (lbs). They also have great service and I usually get my delivery within 3 - 4 days of placing the order.
I have never bought from Brewmaster's Warehouse. Not for any reason.

I have another take on the increments of grain. I brew often enough that I usually buy more than I need so that I have grain on hand for spur of the moment recipes.

Most of my orders have come from the midwest.
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Also look into the regionals sections there are often group buys in ny/ct

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