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I have no local beer supply shop and am looking for a place that has a lot
of different ingrédients.  I find a lot of recipes, but cannot brew them
because I can't find the ingredients.  What are some good internet sources
to purchase these.

Thanks



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On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 17:36:04 -0700, news.bresnan.net wrote:
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There's hundreds! Did you try google?

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I have tried search tools, but there are so many i'm not sure of which ones
to use.  I'm looking for places people have used and had good luck with.

Thanks
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Don't know where you live, but in my area a place called The Grape and
Granary does internet, ( www.grapeandgranary.com ) they charge actual
shipping cost but their prices are really good. I've found some places
really inflate their prices so they can boast "free shipping" or something
similar.

Beefjerky



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http://www.northernbrewer.com
LOVE their stuff!!

Scott


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Well, I guess there's no use for this newsgroup since there's google.

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LOL.  Some of the internet merchants that I have used:

www.northernbrewer.com
www.morebeer.com
www.williamsbrewing.com
www.grapeandgranary.com

They are in no particular order and I have had very good service with all of
them.  Hope this helps.

kev



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Thank you!

I am checking them all out.  

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That all depends where you are located. Norther Brewery and Midwest supplies
are good


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Someone replied to one of my posts and included austin homebrew supply
(http://www.austinhomebrew.com/contact_us.php) and they advertise 6.99
shipping.  I have only personally used midwest once and the shipment
came very quick.

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That depends. What part of the world are you in?

Jason

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Check out http://www.listermann.com/ and http://www.williamsbrewing.com
I've visited the first in person and ordered online from the latter.

Does anyone know of a place to buy Hops seeds?  I'd like to try to
grow my own.

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No such thing as HOP SEEDS. They are rizones (sp). That means you need a
root cutting.
Tom

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MOON RIVER BREWERY
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Check out http://www.listermann.com/ and http://www.williamsbrewing.com
I've visited the first in person and ordered online from the latter.

Does anyone know of a place to buy Hops seeds?  I'd like to try to
grow my own.

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On Wed, 16 Jan 2008 09:51:27 -0500, Tom wrote:
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Of course there are hop seeds. They're just not something brewers want.
Hop growers need them for breeding and cross breeding, but seeds can
give brewers useless male plants.

Brewers want female plant rhizomes, to get the yummy, hoppy flowers we
all love. I already pre-ordered mine; have you?

Tom

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I know I'm joining this discussion a bit late at this point, but maybe
you and others might still find this info useful.  We have a large
discussion group dedicated primarily to growing hops, but other
discussion includes growing barley and brewing-herbs.  It is essentially
a combination gardening and brewing group, now with 990 members.  We
have a list of about 20 commercial sources of rhizomes, and are in the
process of organizing a rhizome exchange between members.  Recent
discussions have including my vernalization experiment in which I have
dug-up a an entire hop crown and am refrigerating it for six weeks
before replanting, and a 'titration' process to help assess the alpha
acid content of home grown hops.  All homebrewers are welcome; if
interested, please visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Grow-Hops
Cheers.

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Join 'Homebrewers' to Help Cure Disease: www.tinyurl.com/yjlnyv
980+ members Grow-Hops, Barley or Herbs: www.tinyurl.com/29zr8r
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