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Old 02-16-2009, 05:20 PM   #11
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With over 500 kits we have a lot that would be in your price range.

Here is one for example:
Texas Blonde



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Old 02-16-2009, 07:01 PM   #12
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Anyone know of good and cheap vendors in Europe? Trying to keep shipping cost down so I thought I would check.

Often it is cheaper to order from the US though, but it's worth a look



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Old 02-16-2009, 07:10 PM   #13
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With over 500 kits we have a lot that would be in your price range.

Here is one for example:
Texas Blonde
That is a good kit for the price, but I've got one quick question... Is the liquid yeast recommended for that kit or would dry yeast work just as well?
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That is a good kit for the price, but I've got one quick question... Is the liquid yeast recommended for that kit or would dry yeast work just as well?
Dry yeast will work with any kit. Wheat beer and Belgian kits need liquid yeast to get the correct flavor. The beer would still be fine with dry yeast but not how it is supposed to taste.

Yes, use dry yeast.

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IT looks like northernbrewer is still the cheapest even with those deals at austin.

EDIT: Yeah the kits in memphis seem expensive, the LHBS close to me is asking about $40 a kit.
Midsouth Malt, or the Winery & Brew Shoppe on Cooper? Not that there seems to be any difference in their pricing, AFAICT

I just ordered my first kit from Austin Homebrew, as Tennessee is the 10% off State of the day today. I got a more expensive kit (Bishop's Finger, at $54), but they have other stuff too...
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I haven't been to the one on Cooper, but it seems like the guy at midsouth malt's prices are about $10-15 more expensive then everything online. ingredient-wise



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