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Old 06-07-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Homebrew Supply Shops In Norcross

Can anyone recommend a good homebrew supply shop in the Norcross area? The closer to the Peachtree Corners area of Norcross, the better.



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Closest ones I know of.
http://beernecessities.com/ Nicer store, More in stock supplies.
http://www.homebrewingsupplies.org/ Small store not as well stocked. Pretty decent grain prices.
This one isn't close to P'tree corners (Stockbridge) but really good service, nice store and friendly knowledgeable folks to boot. http://www.barleynvine.com/



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FYI - beer necessities changed it's name to Brew Depot. I'll use them when I have to - they have a good selection - but they're pricey.

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there should be a sticky somewhere in this section of the forum with a list of "local" home brew shops. I sometimes travel for work and always like to stop by shops to see what they have...

+1 on Barley and Vine, worth a trip there, as well as Beer Necessities. Stopped by Home Brewing Supplies a few weeks ago and didn't see too much but if you are doing all grain, they seemed to have a lot of grain.

Also there's another shop in Sandy Springs that just moved (over near where there used to be a Target if you know that area)- atlanta wine craft http://www.winecraftatl.com/

stopped in the other day and they have a nice selection of beer and wine brewing stuff...

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Thanks for the info on the home brew shops! It appears as if Beer Necessities will be the closet one to where I'll be. I'm looking forward to checking it out. Although I will miss going to the shop I go to now, Just Brew It in Riverdale, which is a fantastic shop with a great selection of everything beer and wine related, including equipment and with one of the most knowledgeable brewers around, Doug, the owner....



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