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Old 11-05-2009, 05:46 PM   #21
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I've used LHBS, Midwest, Northern and Austin Homebrew. Don't really favor one over the others - they've all been good. And, the times I've had minor issues with an order at Midwest and Northern, they made it right.

At some point, I'll put an order in with Brewmasters Warehouse (though it will be AG).


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Old 11-07-2009, 04:44 PM   #22
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I get my kits from Listermann's (since they have some great kits and I live about 5 miles away) www.listermann.com


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Old 11-08-2009, 07:39 AM   #23
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I buy my beer and wine Supplies from my LHBS.
Dan's Brewing Supplies
http://pages.pacificcoast.net/~dansmall/
I like Dan, he is a cool guy.
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>>Bulk LME at the LHBS is $2.49/lb or $1.99/lb w/ coupon.

Where do you get LME so cheap?

When I factored in shipping, thats around what Midwest charges
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Old 06-19-2011, 01:44 PM   #25
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Midwest is really fast & has very good stuff. Not to mention,very good descriptions on their supplies. That makes the site a good reference tool as well! I get as much as I can from my LHBS (JW Dover) in Westlake,OH. About 10 mins up rt90 from me.
I buy separate items to make my extract brews. They come out better than straight up kits. He carries Brewer's Beast kits,sometimes Midwest. But the better the beer from the kit,the more it costs. My wife's Brewer's Best summer ale kit was over $52! I can brew a pale ale for about $30. Hers was 5G,mine was 6G.
He carries extract,grains,other additives,hops,etc. I'm like a kid in a candy store every time I walk in. Wine supplies too. All kinds of odds & ends,& different choices between those. Not a big place,but a lot in a small area.


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