What you will save is the shipping (it's free) and the tax if you use the afore mentioned link.brewhead said:infact i would first try to see if there are any homebrewer supply stores in your local area - if so you save the shipping.
sound advice. i adopted a local microbrewery (thomas creek) to be my mentor. i try not to hound him incessently because he does run a business - but i do run things by him and he is of the temperment that he will let me fail and give advice - knowing that the end result is me having more experience.homebrewer_99 said:..befriend a brewer and asking him/her if you could join them on brew day. This way you can see what it's all about and maybe sample some.
homebrewer_99 said:I'm glad someone was pleased with the results. Good to hear.
homebrewer_99 said:Where are you located? Maybe we can set up a traveling party across the nation this summer with other interested folks? You know, drop by with some tents, help them cut their grass, brew, review, BS, and drink some beers, etc.