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Hello I'm new to the home brew life. My girlfriend
Got me the kit for Christmas. What's the best way
To find some local home brew shops?

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I'm not trying to be sarcastic, but Google works. Research the ones that are local and read the reviews. There are some fine online shops as well.

Try this link

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Another Ohio resident. Seems to be a lot lately. Hopefully not a Buckeye fan... :laugh:

Unless your Mr. Beer kit didn't come with PET bottles, you have everything you need in the kit. Stay with the basic recipe at first. Read the stickies and Brewing 101.

If you need bottles 3 weeks from now, one cheap source currently is Walgreens which also has refills on sale with free shipping over $25. Save another 3.5% by going via Ebates. http://www.ebates.com/rf.do?referrerid=UoKXPDh4K7I%3D

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"Bobk388" post=310195 said:

Hello I'm new to the home brew life. My girlfriend
Got me the kit for Christmas. What's the best way
To find some local home brew shops?

Bobk388 I'm in NE Ohio as well. If you live near Mentor there is a brew shop on Mentor Ave and 306.

It's called the Brew Mentor and they have a good selection of items.

Welcome aboard! :cheers:

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BlackDuck. I'm in Eastlake :) Mentor is doing fine, growing as always with new stores, car dealerships and restaurants.

And now a LHBS ;)

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Found one in warren. Thanks for the help!!
I can't wait to get my hands on some darker beers. :gulp:

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If you ever go to the Towpath trail or Cuyahoga Valley National Park area (yes, there is a National Park in Ohio), then you might want to check out Leeners. (google it, first thing that will pop up). Especially if you like to make wine, cheese, or other fermented food stuffs as well as homebrew.

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Grape and Granary, in Akron, is very helpful and has a good stock. They have a web site, too, and will ship.

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