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Old 10-22-2012, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default Whats your favorite place to buy homebrew kits from?

I've been using midwest and I like them what about you?

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Old 10-22-2012, 04:43 PM   #2
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austinhomebrew.com has one of the biggest selections i have ever seen. really helpful people too.

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Favorite home brew supply,take two. Midwest,they have great service,knowledgable staff,& always take care of any problems. Their Fed-Ex home delivery is always arriving early here.
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Austin Homebrew, hands down. They have the best selection. I live in WA State, and still get all my grains etc from them.

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I live in Alaska, so I go for whoever is offering the best shipping rate for the quantity/weight I am having delivered.

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+1 for Austin Homebrew supply. However, I will add the Midwest has done a couple of Groupon deals for starter kits that are awesome deals. Also lets not forget your LHBS. Might pay a little bit extra, but as someone who just had their local store go out of business, let me tell you that it is worth paying a little extra to have a place in town.

Sucks waking up on a weekend, realizing my day is clear but not being able to brew because I don't have any ingredients handy and the nearest shop is an hour drive.

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Northern Brewer. Have made a number of their AG kits; always fantastic.

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Whichever one has something I like on sale. Really. I don't do kits a lot and look at the ones which are on sale to se if any interest me. Latest purchase was an all grain porter from Northern Brewer for just $23, but have used NB, Midwest, and Austin with equally good results.

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