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Old 11-11-2007, 06:49 PM   #1
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exactly why I don't drink
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i have heard of this frequently (a friend of mines brother is brewmaster at anderson valley brewing co in CA)

I find it interesting that all of the places that i shop for home brewing ingredients have had no significant increase in pricing in the last year
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I have a friend that brews his own. Pretty good stuff. It'* not hard to do, from the sounds of it. The article says that'* cheaper than buying it, and I'd believe it.
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I have a friend that brews his own. Pretty good stuff. It'* not hard to do, from the sounds of it. The article says that'* cheaper than buying it, and I'd believe it.


For me, using a kit, it costs about $15 for 5 dozen. That includes the price of caps, corn sugar, and the kit.

If was to use base ingredients and actually do some work to make the beer I could probably half the price.

Store bought beer in my area costs about $24 a dozen. I don't buy much store bought beer.
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Store bought beer in my area costs about $24 a dozen.
What kind of beer is that? the good stuff i hope right? in wisconsin a 30 pack will run you roughly $13 for the cheap stuff...
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you should buy beer in Canada....
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Store bought beer in my area costs about $24 a dozen.
What kind of beer is that? the good stuff i hope right? in wisconsin a 30 pack will run you roughly $13 for the cheap stuff...
I really hope you meant case not 12 pack
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Store bought beer in my area costs about $24 a dozen.
What kind of beer is that? the good stuff i hope right? in wisconsin a 30 pack will run you roughly $13 for the cheap stuff...
I really hope you meant case not 12 pack


12 pack, local beer. Imported or specialty beer will be more.
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Store bought beer in my area costs about $24 a dozen.
What kind of beer is that? the good stuff i hope right? in wisconsin a 30 pack will run you roughly $13 for the cheap stuff...
I really hope you meant case not 12 pack


12 pack, local beer. Imported or specialty beer will be more.

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