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Old 01-14-2009, 04:48 PM   #1
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i've been thinking about purchasing grain in bulk lately. since i have been brewing more often then usual and was wondering where could i purchase in bulk around the houston area.


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Houston has a respectable number of homebrewers. I would recommend reaching out to the local homebrew club(s) and see what they say.
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Houston has a respectable number of homebrewers. I would recommend reaching out to the local homebrew club(s) and see what they say.
Screw that! You have a chance to meet Ed Wort, im thinking of going and I live in Tennessee.
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yeah i still have to go to the LHBS to ask them. the LHBS being the home to the texas foam rangers club so i think they'll know. i may also ask the local microbrewery to since they have pallets of grain all over the place
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Screw that! You have a chance to meet Ed Wort, im thinking of going and I live in Tennessee.
I wasn't aware there's a celebrity fan club in this forum.


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