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    too bad Obejuan isn't around...that guy knows beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by nayagamj View Post
    too bad Obejuan isn't around...that guy knows beer
    As do Azagthoth, Beerman, Mitch, and a couple of others. Check the Recommend a Beer thread. Good info there if you're into beers and brewing....http://www.letsgokings.com/bbs/f10/r...-1008-174.html

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    I haven't been impressed with my Mr. Beer kit. Followed the directions to the letter and it tasted watery. There's a place in the valley that sells real home brew kits The Home Wine, Beer, and Cheesemaking Shop I'm going to go that route so I have more control and options for my brews.

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    Here are a few homebrew supply spots that can help you get set up with very basic homebrewing kit and supplies. It's super easy to start brewing. You can start with a kit that lays all the the ingredients out and those kits are infinitely better than the Mr. Beer junk. From there you'll start figuring out it's pretty easy and you'll begin to start searching the webz for recipes. It's well worth the minimal investment in the basic gear to get started.

    Northern Brewer Home Brewing and Winemaking

    Hops Beer Wine Brewing Supplies Equipment

    O'Shea Brewing Co. | Home Brewers Products and Equipment, Home Brew Kits, Distributor of Hobby Beverage and Blichmann Engineering

    Beer Making Kits and Home Brewing Supplies | MoreBeer

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    There is also a really good homebrewing store in Culver City on Sepulveda.
    They have grinders if you decide to go in for actual grain usage if you upgrade over kits.
    Keep your money local.
    Culver City Home Brewing Supply
    I brew a bit as well with the carboy/cooler set-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG JOE View Post
    I haven't been impressed with my Mr. Beer kit. Followed the directions to the letter and it tasted watery. There's a place in the valley that sells real home brew kits The Home Wine, Beer, and Cheesemaking Shop I'm going to go that route so I have more control and options for my brews.
    That's a great shop Joe, I'd recommend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noble Savage View Post
    There is also a really good homebrewing store in Culver City on Sepulveda.
    They have grinders if you decide to go in for actual grain usage if you upgrade over kits.
    Keep your money local.
    Culver City Home Brewing Supply
    I brew a bit as well with the carboy/cooler set-up.
    I agree with the sentiment. Some folks don't have the luxury you and I have though. Here's my local place:

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