Originally Posted by grizzly2378
Don't they have AG versions of all of their kits? I think they do, you just have to click on the All Grain tab on the right side of the kit description (but I could be wrong).
Regardless, I third the Jasper's suggestion. Just brewed their I Eat Danger for Breakfast Stout last night. Fast, flat rate shipping and a good selection of recipe kits. The yeast pack I got was pretty fresh, just a few weeks old. And, you can tell by their kit names and instructions that these guys have a sense of humor.
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Another Vote here for Jaspers, over the past 2 years I've probably bought 18 kits from them. I've never had a problem. Their extract kits are so good I've never had the urge to go to AG brewing. Shipping is fast and cheap. I got into brewing by buying from them first and I've used a local brewing supply store a couple of times but the quality and completness of Jaspers has my local shop beat hands down even though I have to travel across the line to pick up my kits in Washington State it's worth the trip.
A lot of local Brewing Shops could learn a thing or two from Jaspers