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Omahawk

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Noticed last night when picking up a pizza at Sam and Louie's that there's a new homebrew shop opening in a storefront in Elkhorn. Opening this Saturday, Oct 5 at 10AM.

http://www.patriothomebrewsupply.com/

Neat story - so far, it looks like they're doing it right. Excited for an option out in West Omaha.
 

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Yep, the guy opening it is a former/current homebrewer. Definitely a good guy.

If only it wasn't so far west.
 

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He's been posting pics of the store on Facebook and I think I might have to make the trek. It looks like they have a huge selection
 

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84th and K is "so far east" for some if us. :). I can walk to this one.
Dont get me wrong.....the current ones are too damn far south for me(Im by Irvington) :ban:

My wife works in Elkhorn so if I need something maybe Ill just be able to convince her to stop there and get me whatever I may need.
 
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I'll check back in with prices and if there's anything unique compared to the other places in town.
 
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Checked it out this morning. So far, I'm impressed. Great prices. Decent selection of the basics (kits, grain, extracts, hops, yeast, mills and kettles, kegging accessories, etc). I got a 50lb bag of Briess 2row for $36.99, Wyeast for $7.99 and White Labs for $8.99.

A great feature is that you can by a wide range of base and specialty grains in bulk (i.e., choose your increment and bag it) also in reasonable prices.

Best prices in town for sure. I might not need to do much online brew-shopping at these prices.
 

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I agree with Omahawk. I stopped in on Friday and the prices are very resonable. They offer locally grown hops from Ryhnalds in leaf form, in addition to a variety of commercially produced pellets. I also really like being able to purchase any increment of grain to match the recipe I have planned. That will eliminate having a bunch of remnant bags cluttering up by storage room.
 

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Stopped into Patriot a couple of weekends ago. Good selection of ingredients and extras and great customer service, which goes a long way because there is another LHBS owner that has less than stellar customer service which drove me to order everything online. Glad I have another alternative.

Don't forget to bring in your AHA membership card for a discount!
 
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