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Old 10-20-2013, 03:06 PM   #11
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I'm lucky enough to have family that brews in Milwaukee, WI and had the chance to visit the Northern Brewer there. So I've been somewhat spoiled. Here's some pictures from their self-service grain room.

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Old 10-20-2013, 03:36 PM   #12
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love2brew is an NJ based company who sells from their warehouse either in person or online. They ship free on many things over 75 bucks too.

If you want to check them out

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I've been going there pretty much since they opened up and have always been happy. They're also the only place you can order East Coast Yeast online and get it shipped anywhere.
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I have heard nothing but GREAT things about love2brew. I don't use them but i know someone who uses them exclusively. Check them out if you can.
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Old 10-20-2013, 05:41 PM   #13
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I will definitely use love2brew at some point, but I'm gonna check out the shop at gaslight this first time because right now all I need is some caps and starsan, and my birthday is coming up this week so a trip to the brewpub one evening might be cool

Thanks to everybody for the suggestions!

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Old 10-25-2013, 02:08 AM   #14
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Yeah, but i've recently been using them more often. They're really friendly and they'll get whatever you need, as long as you call ahead or stop in, they can order it for you. Their prices are good, I just picked up a 50lb sack of 2-row from them and 5lbs of rye. I'll call ahead now, but sometimes I feel bad taking most of their stock of specialty grains.
That's odd. Honestly I've never done anything too crazy in the times I've shopped there. My brother lives in Freehold I live in New Brunswick so we're both about equidistant from Brewers App and Love2Brew but we've enjoyed the quality of the extract from Love2Brew more. We're into partial mash but even when we did steeping grains and extract there was a more noticeable twang from Brewers App's LME vs Love2Brew's DME. Once Love2Brew posted on facebook that they don't charge sales tax for brewing ingredients we made the full love2brew switch. We walk in with our list of ingredients and they're usually all there. I usually double check online for what I want before going in.
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That's odd. Honestly I've never done anything too crazy in the times I've shopped there. My brother lives in Freehold I live in New Brunswick so we're both about equidistant from Brewers App and Love2Brew but we've enjoyed the quality of the extract from Love2Brew more. We're into partial mash but even when we did steeping grains and extract there was a more noticeable twang from Brewers App's LME vs Love2Brew's DME. Once Love2Brew posted on facebook that they don't charge sales tax for brewing ingredients we made the full love2brew switch. We walk in with our list of ingredients and they're usually all there. I usually double check online for what I want before going in.
They never should have been charging sales tax. There is no sales tax on food in NJ, and thats what your brewing ingredients are.
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I also live in montclair and i find that Midwest is the best. shipping times and amount of inventory. ive been screwed a couple of times from northern brewer and never tried morebeer. I also like midwest's website the best!

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Old 01-15-2014, 04:45 PM   #17
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Midwest and northern brewer are for the most part one in the same.

If I order anything online, I go through More Beer (now in PA and 1 day shipping) or Williams Brewing.

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I've been using morebeer almost all the time now that they have the east coast warehouse

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Hey bud. Look up Corrados for home brew supplies. They're on the border of Passaic and Paterson which isn't a very far trek from MSU or Montclair in general.


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There is a nice place near me in Freehold called Brewers Apprentice. You can order equipment/ingredients off of their website. www.brewapp.com

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