Bulk Kit Purchase

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Question: I have a class reunion coming up in August and would like to
purchase about 25 boxed beer making kits (brewers best style), give or
take a few. I want to give one to each attendee of the reunion. Does
anyone know of any particular distributor/wholesaler who would sell in
that amount, for some type of price break? It's really a one time
shot; so I don't think it's worth getting the licenses or paperwork
required for a distributor discount...any ideas???

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IamTheIdiot wrote:

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That's going to be pretty expensive!  Do you think they will all try
homebrewing or just throw it in the trash?  You might be better off
spending the money to make a big batch and give them all a six-pack of
your homebrew...then if they are interested, help them get set up for
brewing :)

Scott

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I would have to agree, maybe even make 3 batches and give each attendee 2 of
each (a sampler six pack). I would hate to think that some of those might
sit in the garage for years or get trashed

Michael
(I actually made a batch of beer and batch of wine, labeled each with a
label which included graduation date, school, place , time and each of my
classmates names and gave then to each classmate at my cllege grad, just
don't wait 8 years to drink one if your gonna drink it, whew...)


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hoots wrote:

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I'm doing almost the same thing.  I finally graduated from college this
past December (at age 45!).  I brewed up a batch of dark cherry stout
that is now aging.  Going to pick up supplies tomorrow for an American
Pale Ale.  I'll be having my grad party in July since outdoor parties in
Wisconsin in December tend to be failures ;)

Hope to have an IPA done for the party as well :)

I like the "sampler" idea!

Scott

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Not only would it be expensive, not everybody that might want to brew
their own would have the equipment or know people that could brew it
for them.  I vote SAMPLER.

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