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Old 05-05-2011, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default Weekly Sale Priced Recipe

I am starting to get into the groove with putting up a recipe each week from our collection and offering it for 20% off. So rather than start a new thread each week I think I will just post them in this master thread.

Couple of notes that each recipe will be on sale until I change it. The length of time will be determined by when I change them not a specific date. Sometimes I am more on top of it then others so some recipes may go longer than a week so may go slightly shorter. This recipe can only be found on the website by clicking the links provided. When the sale is over the prices will be changed by to normal price. These do not qualify for any additional discounts.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if you want to put in a vote for a specific style.

Here is the current links for the recipe special.

The Hop Combo IPA is on sale. This recipe features Simcoe and Amarillo Hops which are in tight supply.

Hop Combo IPA - Extract Version

Hop Combo IPA - PM Version

Hop Combo IPA - All Grain Version

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Old 05-05-2011, 03:46 PM   #2
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That sounds mega tasty. I'm still drowning in kits from the AHS 20th Anniversary sale, but damn this is tempting.

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Any limit on how many you can buy?

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No limit what so ever.

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cool.

are they always going to be Shoultz-Meyer recipes? just curious, no problem if it will be

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Please let me know if you have any questions or if you want to put in a vote for a specific style.

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I think that this is a awesome promotion. Every kit I've got from Brewmasters Warehouse has been awesome. The crush on the grains always perfect.

I'd like to see a belgian for the next weekly sale. A Big Blonde, tripple, or quad would be sweet.
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A belgian beer sounds great for the warm weather we've been having here. I'm also craving a good hefe.

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