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Old 10-01-2017, 09:44 PM   #11
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Just had a look on fleabay and they have definite great prices.Shall certainly try them out.
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Ordered hops and carbonation drops from them yesterday and got a nice email from Steven saying they were posted this morning. Really happy with the service so far. I assume they must have an industrial unit somewhere, not open to the public, as I live in Glasgow and neither myself or my friends have ever heard of the brewery.

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Ordered hops and carbonation drops from them yesterday and got a nice email from Steven saying they were posted this morning. Really happy with the service so far. I assume they must have an industrial unit somewhere, not open to the public, as I live in Glasgow and neither myself or my friends have ever heard of the brewery.

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They don't brew their own brands, but are contract brewers. I also believe they're based in a 3rd party brewery in the Glasgow area and only call themselves Crossmyloof as a brewing supplies selling entity.
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Wonder if they are the guys making the ultra cheap house lagers for some local pubs. And by cheap I mean shockingly cheap! My hops and carb drops arrived today, well packaged and prompt so I'm really happy with the service and probably use them again for hops and drops. I do like my brand name yeast however.

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Wonder if they are the guys making the ultra cheap house lagers for some local pubs. And by cheap I mean shockingly cheap! My hops and carb drops arrived today, well packaged and prompt so I'm really happy with the service and probably use them again for hops and drops. I do like my brand name yeast however.

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I bought some of the US Pale yeast. So do we reckon this is repackaged US-05? I'm really impressed with how they go about their business.
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I shall use them again.
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I buy all my hops from them as I like to buy smaller amounts to try the hops.
And Tom is very quick at running to the PO to send them to you
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Are they that bad? I bulk primed the first batch and it wasn't too much of a faff but liked the sound of these as they're for 500ml bottles, I won't need the bottling bucket and it appeals to my bone-idle nature

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I bought some of the US Pale yeast. So do we reckon this is repackaged US-05? I'm really impressed with how they go about their business.
Don't think so because Steve is on another forum and mentioned buying in US-05 in bulk and selling packets if people were interested.
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