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Old 04-21-2010, 10:41 AM   #1
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I am not sure if anyone has spent any time in Germany, but I just moved here and I am living in Baumholder and I was wondering if anyone knows of any homebrew shops that sell supplies, or have any idea where I can find some


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Old 04-21-2010, 04:55 PM   #2
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I am not sure if anyone has spent any time in Germany, but I just moved here and I am living in Baumholder and I was wondering if anyone knows of any homebrew shops that sell supplies, or have any idea where I can find some
Cant you just order online? Ive found every thing is cheaper online thenmy LHBS in my area


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Old 04-21-2010, 06:11 PM   #3
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No luck on 'Guugle'?
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http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=Baumholder%...+brew+supplies
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Old 04-21-2010, 07:52 PM   #5
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HAHAHAHA thanks for the insight of google (thought of that already). I have found some small micro brewries in the area but no one that supplies. As far as ordering it I was just concerned about the liquid yeast ariving in good usable condition.
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Old 04-21-2010, 10:03 PM   #6
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I had the same problem in Paris. I guess the people recommending Google assume that everyone spells "Home Brew supplies" the same everywhere in the world.

I have had great luck with Brouwland. They are in Belgium and you might find they have good prices. I have ordered from them several times now and 22-kg of malt to Paris is only about 12-euros shipping. But, I talked to a guy in Croatia and their shipping is ridiculous, so I'm not sure how they'll do to Germany.

I've also used Hop and Grape in UK. Their prices are not quite as good and their shipping is high to France, but they carry Whitelabs and Better Bottles.

I've also found this place, located in Tettang, Germany (I think). I emailed them once to see if they spoke/wrote in English (which they probably do), but I never got a response. They say they usually only ship to Germany, but will also handle other EU countries for extra fees.

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Should there be an EAC somewhere in your name?
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Should there be an EAC somewhere in your name?
Coming from Oregon is better than everyone guy? rich.
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Ignore the a-holes who recommend Google. I had the same problem in Paris. I guess people assume that everyone spell "Home Brew supplies" the same everywhere in the world.

I have had great luck with Brouwland. They are in Belgium and you might find they have good prices. I have ordered from them several times now and 22-kg of malt to Paris is only about 12-euros shipping. But, I talked to a guy in Croatia and their shipping is ridiculous, so I'm not sure how they'll do to Germany.

I've also used Hop and Grape in UK. Their prices are not quite as good and their shipping is high to France, but they carry Whitelabs and Better Bottles.

I've also found this place, located in Tettang, Germany (I think). I emailed them once to see if they spoke/wrote in English (which they probably do), but I never got a response. They say they usually only ship to Germany, but will also handle other EU countries for extra fees.

Best of luck!
No need for name calling, bro. Bend was just trying to help.
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Old 04-22-2010, 07:57 AM   #10
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Yeah, sorry. I don't mind the "guugle" recommendation, but that stupid script that fills in Google for you drives me crazy. I struggled to find suppliers here in France when I moved here about 1 1/2 years ago, especially as when I came here, I didn't speak any French. Now, I know you have to search "faire de la bière" in Google and you can find some interesting things. But, searching "Homebrew supplies" in France will pull up nothing.


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