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Old 10-03-2011, 01:24 AM   #1
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Default Not sure where to Post this "All Grain store"

Im making the switch to all grain and dunno where to shop in the Portland/ Vancouver area who do you think has the best grains in town? who mills the grains the best? ill be doing my first ag next friday so just wanna know who i should goto to buy my ingredients thanks...


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Old 10-03-2011, 01:25 AM   #2
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No answers for you, but good luck. I'm sure it will be fun and result in something wet!


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Old 10-03-2011, 02:37 AM   #3
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FH Steinbart had a good reputation from what little I've heard from Oregon homebrewers. They also have properly polished rice for making sake.
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also Brew Brothers in Hillsboro has good prices even though its not close to you.
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FH Steinbart allows you to mill your grains there, helpful if you don't have your own mill.
They also have a huge variety of grain at good prices.
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They move alot of grain at Steinbarts so it is always fresh.
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Brew Bros does a delivery to certain locations in the Portland area which would save you a drive and some gas money. http://brewbrothers.biz/brewcart/ind...bs8ohsmfno5oe0

They also sell a lot of grain, have great prices and will mill to your specs if you need it. Of course you won't get the know it all attitude of Steinbarts, but you can't have everything.


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