I'm new in brewering...

Brewing processes and methods. How to brew using extract, partial or all-grain. Tips and tricks.

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I'm new in brewering...

Postby canada brew » Tue Feb 20, 2001 8:00 pm

I'm new in brewering and I live in Toronto, Canada. Does somebody know from where can I buy all stuff needed to make beer in my home. Thanks in advance
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Postby maltvault » Wed Feb 21, 2001 2:45 pm

This is a link to Canadian home brew shops. http://www.beerinfo.com/vlib/homebrew.html#CAN copy/paste it into your address bar and hit enter. Also www.ebay.com is a great place to find stuff. I'd also have to recommend the guys I buy from, www.beerathome.com. I'd try to stay with Canadian shops though, US shipping for heavy stuff can get expensive. Also, you can sub alot of equipment, like goto the hardware store and get a 'box' of copper tubing. The tubing is already coiled, cut out about 20', bend up the two ends, attach a hose, and bam! you have a wort chiller for about $14.00. Anyhow, my addy is bryantsbrew@hotmail.com is you need further help.
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Finding Homebrew Supplies

Postby maxyoung » Fri Feb 23, 2001 7:18 am

In a city as large as Toronto I would start the Yellow pages for shops that sell the above. Be sure to buy at least one good book on the subject. Don't start with a kit. Instead, get the shop(s) to provide a simple extract recipe and buy just enough "hardware" to make your 1st batch. READ. sterilize. Enjoy. Max Young
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getting started

Postby hammsbrews » Sun Feb 25, 2001 6:07 am

E-Bay is a good source of brewing equipment,look under; Beer brewing supplies.
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