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December 3, 2007, 1:31 am
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I am getting ready to plunk down some cash and get into the home brewing
My local brewing shop (abt 15 miles up the road), doesn't have a very good
selection of starter kits so I'm looking at making my equipment purchase
I found www.midwestsupplies.com , they have a better selection of equipment
I was really interested in the EVERYTHING + A CARBOY - Complete Brewing
Package Equipment Kit #2 w/ Irish Red Ale (I would actually switch the mix
to Irish Stout due to preference)
What do you guys think of the kits, I would like to stay under $160 since
I'm just starting out. If there is a different online store that you have
had personal experience with or suggestion on what kit or equipment to start
please let me know (please explain the differences/why's).
Thank You in advance,
Re: If you buy online ... where and could you share your experiences???
Congrats on getting started.
I've had good experience from Midwest, but I / we (my brew-club) often
go to http://morebeer.com first most of the time. (Orders over $60
have free shipping) - for all-grain brewing their kits are bit more
detailed on grain-bill, etc. and they've always been great to deal
with on the phone.
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