HomeBrewGearCanada extract kits?

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9am53
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Post by 9am53 » 8 years ago

I have been using canadian homebrew supplies (or whatever it is) in Brampton, and am happy, but I think the HBGC stuff was less expensive, I think it was 30 bucks for 6 pounds of LME, a pound of crystal 60, muslin bag, and 2 oz of hops, and I think the shipping was a little cheaper too...now I can't remember exactly.
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Post by birvine » 8 years ago

This past weekend I was in Toronto and dropped by http://www.torontobrewing.ca/servlet/StoreFront and was pleased with the service, prices and how willing he was to accommodate me. Though I have not YET ordered much from here http://ihomebrewing.ca/ I find them very knowledgeable and helpful as well.

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Post by Jack » 8 years ago

birvine wrote:This past weekend I was in Toronto and dropped by http://www.torontobrewing.ca/servlet/StoreFront and was pleased with the service, prices and how willing he was to accommodate me. Though I have not YET ordered much from here http://ihomebrewing.ca/ I find them very knowledgeable and helpful as well.

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Post by XXXXX » 8 years ago

Jack wrote:
birvine wrote:IHomeBrewing is the reason i got into allgrain. Bryan has been an invaluable source of knowledge and supplies. I can't say enough about his Steam Beer!
Same here :) Amazing resource :)
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Post by Randy » 8 years ago

IHomeBrewing is the reason i got into allgrain brewing too.Bryan is a very cool guy to deal with.I try to visit Bryans shop every 2 or 3 weeks for more supplies.All his brew kits are great.I always bring my wheelbarrow when i shop there,I am like a kid in a candy store ...lol.....Cheers

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Post by Canuck » 8 years ago

+1 for Bryan. While I was into all grain before i started purchasing from IHB, he is certainly an awesome resource. I've talked to him on the phone a couple of times now, great guy with top notch customer service!! He's earned my business, that's for sure!

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Post by SunyJim » 8 years ago

Got an email this morning.
Glad to hear Spencer is back from brewing school and the website is back up!!

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Re: HomeBrewGearCanada extract kits?

Post by 9am53 » 8 years ago

It seems that they have been adding stock, so soon they will be up and rocking! woohoo, more options are good
Primary: Brown Ale
Secondary: Plzen that is lagering
Keg: Irish Red
Bottle: Plzen
In The Mail: Nothing

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