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Old 01-02-2009, 07:49 PM   #1
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Default Hey Cleveland area Brewers, looking for good supply shop

Title says it all. Im new to the game and looking for some supply shops, only one i know of are Rozi's in Lkaewood and JW dover in westlake.

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Old 01-02-2009, 09:13 PM   #2
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From another thread where I had asked a similar question:

Originally Posted by egurney View Post
Where in Cleveland do you live?
I'm closer to Akron and usually go to the Grape and Granary (Welcome To The Grape and Granary).
I work in Twinsburg and Leeners is close, but not as much stuff as the Grape (Fermented Foods You Can Make Yourself).

I'm assuming if you're already familar with Rozi's and JW Dover, you're a west sider, though.

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I live in West Park and i often go to Leener's in Macedonia. Its a bit of a drive, maybe 25-30 min, but the people there are great! Very knowledgable and reasonably priced. Much better priced than JW, and Rozi's knows **** about brewing. Leener's grain mill is great, you get a nice crush and therefore good efficiency (i've only heard the opposite from JW). Also the guys at JW either a) dont know what they are talking about with beer brewing [mainly the old guys] or they can be complete assholes. I've personally seen them SCREAM and yell at their customers when they have more than 3 people in there at once. They just want to make money, not help you with your hobby.
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The Brew Mentor in Mentor!
They have a great selection and very knowledgeable sales reps.
They even have Simcoe in stock!
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:09 PM   #5
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There's Warehouse Beverage on Mayfield road (a couple miles west of 271) in South Euclid or Lyndhurst.

Although their selection is bigger than Rozi's, it still isn't that great, it's mostly LMEs, liquid extracts, and some pre-fab kits, along with equipment, but the guys have been nice whenever I went.

Don't know where you're at, but they or Rozi's are the closest for me, living in Old Brooklyn =(

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