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Old 11-06-2011, 11:17 PM   #1
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Default Grains (Tacoma Washinton)

Don't know if this is the right area to post in but I would like to find a place that sells grains by the pound in my area (Tacoma Washington) Where would I look to find out this info? Anyone here in my area that knows of a place? Thanks for the help


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Old 11-07-2011, 01:06 AM   #2
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Found these 2 @ yellowpages.com, give them a call and see what they have, or just pay them a visit.

http://www.larrysbrewsupply.com/catalog.html
http://thebeeressentials.com/


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Old 11-07-2011, 01:21 AM   #3
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Yeah, I google searched Tacoma Homebrew and those two places came up. If those don't work out there are several in Seattle, or the one I usually go to is in Bremerton. Olyimpic Brewing Supplies. Great guys, good prices and selection. I think they are on Wheaton Way in East Bremerton.
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I get all my items from The Beer Essentials (2nd link thanks jkaylor) but sometimes they seem to not have the right grains for my beers I'm brewing now. Now that I want to venture into all grain I was trying to find a backup more or less to where I go now. I'll have to check out Olympic Brewing Supplies and see what they have.
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www.morebeer.com has a good selection of grains, pretty cheap prices and a standard shipping rate.
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I went to a shop in kirkland one time, its a ways, but it was a good place and they had great selection. Also have visited a shop near the U dist in seattle that had a great setup. Both a bit of a drive, but if you end up in either of those areas somewhat regularly could be good to stock up
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I live in Cle Elum and we have nothing within 90 minutes so I buy everything online. My goto guys are Beer Brothers out of Portland. Killer pricing and if I order in the morning I will get my stuff the next day - and that's FedEx ground (about $8)! Heck, even if I lived in the Seattle/Tacoma area I would probably buy all my brewing ingredients from them.
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Thanks for the reply everyone. I have just about everything I need to order for the brew process sitting in a shopping cart. Once I find a recipe then I can start researching prices from the places mentioned here. I really need to start by finding a place in my garage to store all these things


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