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    Saw someone comment that he/she was not near a good shop. THought I would post good info on finding a homebrew shop.

    1. Go to beeradvocate.com http://www.beeradvocate.com/
    2. On the left, there is a beer travel/beerfly link. Use this
    3. SHould be self explanatory from here, but search for homebrew shops in your area/state.

    Hope this helps you make good meads.

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    Cool resource Joe! Hadn't checked that one out...
    Bees, brews and fun
    in Lyons, CO

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    Unfortunately homebrew shops tend to not stay in business very long so resource sites are often out of date. You can usually get reliable information (and a whole lot of opinion!!!) about products and availability at rec.crafts.brewing. Similar newsgroups at rec.crafts.winemaking and rec.crafts.meadmaking are also good sources of current information.
    George

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    I've been brewing beer for years and just did my first batch of mead last month, now the wait begins.

    The best resource I have found for supplies of brewing in the SE is Alternative Beverage in Charlotte, NC. The website is:

    ebrew.com

    The owner Jess, is very helpful and knowledgeable, if you have any technical questions.

    cheers,


    -Jeff

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