Discounted Omega Labs. Brew Hardware has discounted several strains of Omega Labs Yeast, starting at $3.25. This search sorts by price ascending. Note that this is older stock. From Brew Hardware.. “The lab recommends using these packs within 3 months of the packaging date. Any pack listed at full price will be shipped within the 3 month window. Packs between 4 and 6 months old will be marked DISCOUNTED and the amount of discount will increase to the 6 month mark. We will never ship a discounted pack if it is over 6 months old.”
Conan Strain.OYL-052 DIPA About: “Ale strain isolated from a famous double IPA brewed in Vermont. Produces a unique ester profile reminiscent of peaches. This strain complements an aggressive use of hops”. There is a common thought that this is mostly likely the Conan Strain that’s used for The Alchemists Heady Topper.
EMD colorpHast 4 -7 precision pH strips. These are more accurate and easier to read than most pH test strips. Use these to check the pH of your mash and of your finished beer. These offer the same advantages of a pH meter [See: pH tag for past meters] without the cost and maintenance that goes along with a meter.
Tip… Cut these in half the long way. You’ve saved 50% and they are still easy to read.
These have been out of stock at Brew Hardware for a long time. As of this posting, they are available again. $24.99 for 100 pack. Price and availability can change quickly. Check the product page for up to the minute price and availability.
Brew Hardware has marked down several Taprite regulators – including both Primary and Secondary models.
Primary regulators are designed to connect directly to your CO2 tank. Secondary regulators are designed to be fed off of your primary. That allows you to add additional trunks and line pressures without replacing your primary.
TAPRITE T752HP-02 DUAL PRESSURE TANK MOUNT CO2 REGULATOR MFL OUTPUT – $99.00 $84.99 – This is a 2 pressure regulator – A two pressure regulator gives you the ability to keep kegs at different pressures. This is a requirement to maintain two distinct carbonation levels. It’s also handy if you want to force carbonate a keg more quickly, at a higher pressure, while maintaining your standard serving pressure on a keg that’s already being served.