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#1 ColdAssHonky

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Posted 09 April 2009 - 09:07 AM

It's been referenced elsewhere, but I just had my first experience with Brew Brothers in Aloha, Oregon and couldn't be more pleased. I ordered 2 sacks of grain and some other miscellaneous grains by the pound. The sacks were each at least $9 less than anywhere else I find them locally and the ordering/pickup experience was smooth. They are continually adding to their inventory and have begun stocking hops, DME and some equipment as well.My order shaped up like this:GW Premium 2-Row, 50 lbs: $33GW Superior Pilsen, 55 lbs: $37.50GW Munich: $.94 per lbsGW Crystal 60L: $1.14 per lbsSome of the specialty grains are a bit higher than what I can get at the LHBS, but on the whole, it's a much better deal if you can make it out to their location. They'll also deliver for free if you order $200 or more.

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Posted 28 May 2009 - 05:46 PM

Damn, you must have a great LHBS if you can get better prices than that, or even close to that for specialty grains. Specialty grains start at $1.79/lb at my LHBS, some are over $2/lb/.

#3 ColdAssHonky

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 12:45 PM

UpdateI just moved about 1 mile away from Brew Brothers and checked in now that I'm brewing again. Their inventory and availability for just about everything beer related has exploded. Something really cool they have started to do is a virtual sack of grain. You pay the same price as a full sack, but only have to pull out what you need, when you need it. They create a ledger for you and when you order, they pull from their regular bins and update your account. You always get the freshest grain, don't have to worry about storing it at your place and they will mill it for you if you need it. Loving this place.

#4 MtnBrewer

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 01:49 PM

virtual sack of grain

That's a really nice feature. Don't think I've seen it before.But the name. :covreyes:

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 03:01 PM

damn $33 for a whole sac is a really good price!

#6 ColdAssHonky

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 03:17 PM

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