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Old 03-02-2010, 08:07 PM   #241
Dec 2008
West Coast IPA
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Got my first order from hopsdirect yesterday. Three pounds, each averaged 4oz above 16oz.

Haven't opened the bags yet.

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Old 03-11-2010, 03:05 AM   #242
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Apr 2008
"Right Near The Beach", NJ
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The Brewers Apprentice in NJ has a new online store. Looks nice
Watts Brewing Co.

Fermenting: ESB

Drinking: Feelin' Witty(DH w/ Citra)

Watts Brewing Blog

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Old 03-30-2010, 10:40 PM   #243
Dec 2009
melbourne, fl
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if your in florida, heartshomebrew.com is nice because it is next day shipping. Otherwise I use homebrewery.com, Rebelbrewing.com, and Hopsdirect.com
Primary 1: Blueberry Cyser (est. 12-13%)
Primary 2: N/A

Keg1: Cocoa Beach IIPA (est. 8.5%, 97IBU)
Keg2: Belgian Wheat Dark Strong (8.1%)
Keg3: Brandon O's Graff Cider (est. 6-8%)
Keg4: Dale's Pale Ale (6.5%)

Former Draughts: American ESB, Chocolate Oatmeal Rye Porter, Hoppy Hallowheat, Chocolate Milk Dunkleweizen, Belgian Pale Ale, The Notorious E.S.B.

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Old 03-31-2010, 11:28 AM   #244
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Originally Posted by rmolledo View Post
if your in florida, heartshomebrew.com is nice because it is next day shipping. Otherwise I use homebrewery.com, Rebelbrewing.com, and Hopsdirect.com
I am very fortunate to have the Home Brewery just up the road from me. Todd is a great guy and his staff are all very good brewers in their own right.
Asgard Brewery
Ales to the Gods

Don't worry about life, you're not going to survive it anyway.

Primary: Apple Honey Cyser
Secondary: Apfelwein
Bottled: Broken Arrow Bitters (got a case and a 1/2 gal)
Drinking: Grolsch
Up Next: SMaSH ESB of my own creation

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Old 04-28-2010, 07:58 PM   #245
Dec 2008
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I ordered a regulator from morebeer that was supposed to come with an integrated gasket where the regulator meets the CO2 tank. I hadn't seen that kind of setup before, so I was curious to receive it.

Anyway, there was no such thing in the regulator. I emailed and got a response within hours. They sent me 12 gaskets for free, which is dern near a lifetime supply. I also asked them to add a bottle of star san to the order because I had forgotten to order it the first time. Both items arrived in 2 days via - they sent the package via express mail.

Not a huge deal, but it shows they are serious about keeping customers happy.

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Old 05-30-2010, 05:05 PM   #246
Dec 2009
Winterville, NC
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Ordered my original equipment from Williams Brewing (got the one with the kettle and chiller). Have since ordered from Midwest for ingredients. Both were easy transactions. Midwest and Northern Brewer seem to have the best websites as far as shopping experience go - I use the Wishlist on Midwest.

I did also order rhizomes from Freshops. It took a while for it to get from OR to NC, but it was an OK transaction.

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Old 06-25-2010, 01:39 PM   #247
Apr 2010
Akron, OH
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Surely someone has added the Grape and Grainery in Akron, OH


Beer, Wine, Pop...

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Old 07-02-2010, 02:19 AM   #248
Jul 2010
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Just wanted to throw our hat into the ring and put our name out there!

We are a homebrew shop just south of OKC in Moore,OK


2307 Interstate 35 Frontage Road
Moore, OK 73160

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Old 07-08-2010, 08:24 PM   #249
Jan 2008
west side, cincinnati
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New place just opened on the West Side of Cincinnati. They are currently open and in the process of getting all of their stock in. Stopped in today and talked to the owner who seems like a great guy. Starting to get a good selection of stuff at reasonable prices. He also designed and sells a little all-in-one brewing machine that looks like you can store it in your kitchen cabinet.


4312 Harrison Ave
Cincinnati, Oh 45211
513 330-8806
"I feel bad for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that is the best that they're going to feel all day."

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Old 07-18-2010, 03:54 AM   #250
May 2010
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In Philadelphia, I get everything from Home Sweet Homebrew. http://www.homesweethomebrew.com/
The website's a bit amateurish because it's a small, locally-owned shop, but they ship. My girlfriend got my beginner's kit there last year for a very competitive price and they personally delivered it to our apartment several blocks away. That's the kind of personal attention I get from George and Nancy, the couple who own this place. It's homey and they are very experienced and knowledgeable. George has kicked around recipe ideas with me and often suggests practical, lower-cost or space-saving solutions for me. They have almost always had what I needed, but when the didn't they ordered it for me. Excellent service. Local shop, personal attention. They keep me coming back.

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