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Old 06-24-2014, 01:16 PM   #11
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I've been extract brewing for at least 15 years. There are many quality online sources for equipment and ingredients. One of my favorites is www.northernbrewer.com. I highly recommended investing in a quality 2-stage fermination kit. It will last forever and produce excellent beer.

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I echo this, and add that williamsbrewing is also a good source. We now have a great supplier here in missoula so pick up most needs there. We work with whole grains and buy 50lb bag, and mill it ourselves.
We went from small bottles to larger bottles, then to 5gal kegs, the soda keg style. Much easier to clean than bottles.
If you shop craigslist you can build up your equipment over time fairly cheaply.
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Had to give it up for the last 2 years due to just not enough time, space, but planning on jumping back in this fall when the temps get back to more favorable conditions for fermentation. I graduated to full grain, but think a few malt kits out of the gate to get the supply up are in my future.

Going to use my Camp Chef this time around to speed up the boils.

Love those Grolsh bottles. Have about 7 cases of them that I accumulated over three years. I always buy the 4 packs when they are out around the holidays. Sooo much easier to bottle.

They are growing some limited hops around me and I am going to try and get my hands on some to experiment with.
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Old 06-24-2014, 03:29 PM   #13
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Not into beer but do have 3 five gallon jugs of wine brewing. Took up one five gallon jug and it is all gone. Need to bottle the last two jugs. Definitely good stuff. Picked the grapes myself. Loads of work but I still enjoy doing it.
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Hey guys, I live in "Beer City U.S.A" - Grand Rapids, Michigan! Don't make your own! Buy "Founders" and support our local economy! (LOL)
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Hey guys, I live in "Beer City U.S.A" - Grand Rapids, Michigan! Don't make your own! Buy "Founders" and support our local economy! (LOL)
Located 1/2 way between Founders and Bells here. But your right Grand Rapids has some amazing breweries.
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Founders is not available where I live.
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Founders is not available where I live.
That's a shame. Can't you get Bells?
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