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Old 06-13-2007, 09:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any recommendations? My local supplier's stuff is past its expiry date, and he doesn't have the kits I want to try. I've heard good things about Coopers Wheat, and I'd like to try experimenting with yeasts if anyone has any recommendations.


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Old 06-13-2007, 09:29 PM   #2
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What's local to W Orange, Rich?
You going to Corrado's?


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Old 06-13-2007, 09:33 PM   #3
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No, the Gaslight Brewpub in South Orange. The owner has some supplies upstairs.
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Old 06-13-2007, 09:36 PM   #4
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Really, I didn't know that.

I buy supplies from B3, I'm a sucker for the free shipping. I buy base ingredients instead of kits, but they have plenty of kits to try.
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I use Austin Homebrew Supply. They have a huge selection of kits and very reasonably priced. $5.99 flat shipping.
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I've been making a lot of Cooper's kits...Stout, Real Ale, and Bitter so far. Can anyone recommend another brand of no-boil kits? The only other one I've tried is Brewferm's Christmas Ale, which is pretty decent after 5 months of aging.
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I've been making a lot of Cooper's kits...Stout, Real Ale, and Bitter so far. Can anyone recommend another brand of no-boil kits? The only other one I've tried is Brewferm's Christmas Ale, which is pretty decent after 5 months of aging.
Why do you want no-boil kits? You will really open up your possibilities when you move beyond no-boils.
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I get all my supplies from Listermann's in Cinti where I work. Free shipping on orders over 35$ east of The Mississippi R. www.listermann.com
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As an aside, I just brewed this past weekend a Coopers LME Wheat kit. I added, per the label, some DME (weiss), dextrose, and some hops. I just tested the gravity tonight after three days in the primary and got to taste the juice. Its EXCEPTIONALLY good already, and has lots of great color.

Good luck, I am reading this thread with interest as I like to do specialty grains with either LME or DME kits.

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Northern Brewer sells nice beer kits with the yeast included. NorthernBrewer


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