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Old 01-24-2010, 01:06 PM   #11
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Hops went way up, then they came down. Yeast is up and I don't think it will drop.

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Old 01-24-2010, 02:53 PM   #12
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The Beer Essentials, Lakewood, WA

6 lbs dme is 21.50
white labs is $7
Nottingham yeast $3
red star yeast $1.15
base grains $1.25 lbs
speacialty grains $1.75 lbs
other stuff is competative
I will have to remember that for next time, I only purchased 2lb bags of DME, so it's a little cheaper to buy more. Rocky Top is same price if you buy 1lb or 4lbs (that's what they have pre-packaged, never asked for larger quantities).

I didn't realize they had other yeast, probably didn't see it, but they don't carry Wyeast at all.

Also I should note, the store is HUGE with a great selection. I spent $173 there just recently on "stuff", nothing big. Once I get into grain, I'll probably get it from them because their grain selection is great.
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