5 thoughts on “10 lbs 2 Row

  1. Andrew

    I think I’ll stick with supporting the real homebrew stores for ingredients. They understand the quirks of what they’re shipping and seem to take better care in packaging it correctly.

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  2. Adam

    The question is, how fresh are their grains, etc.? It’s one thing to buy a thermometer or other equipment on there (I have) but is their grain/hop/yeast inventory turned over quickly? Are they storing these things in Arctic or hot conditions in a warehouse somewhere?

    I love Amazon and wear out my Prime membership. Not saying I wouldn’t use them for this stuff. I’m just a little leery until they become a significant retailer in the homebrewing space.

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