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Old 16-09-2017, 03:32 PM   #21
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Radical brewing was the last I bought from here
https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/S...wing&kn=&isbn=
Good prices, Paypal however not supported and shipping to the continent might make it worth looking for other sellers. Thanks tho!
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I always get from these guys. But they are around the corner so save on delivery by picking up.

http://www.the-home-brew-shop.co.uk

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My usual supplier for grains, hops and yeast is the Worcester Hop Shop.

http://worcesterhopshop.co.uk/

They do mainly English beer stuff, to be honest. That is mainly what I make, so that is mainly what I buy.
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I always get from these guys. But they are around the corner so save on delivery by picking up.

http://www.the-home-brew-shop.co.uk

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If i lived just slightly closer i would use them myself,but can't be a###d to drive there.
I get most of my items from Geterbrewed or Bigger jugs if needing small amounts of things.
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I recommend the maltmiller https://www.themaltmiller.co.uk/ he is a fellow home brewer.

I second this, The Malt Miller has always supplied me with top quality grain and yeast.
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http://247homebrew.com might work for you, I used them for little things not available here and found them good value for money. Check the Sales page!
And Radical Brewing I think it's good. Recipes, history, a lot of common sense, all 'n all worth it.
Radical brewing has been on my wanted list for a while, the Kindle version has come down a lot in price since I last looked so am reading it now.
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I just want to add another vote for The Malt Miller.

The biggest test of any retailer is their customer service when something goes wrong. Anybody can provide fast shipping and good prices.

A few days ago, I placed an order with The Malt Miller for 2 ingredients kits (1 an existing Greg Hughes Witbier one, the other one I modified myself from the Greg Hughes summer ale recipe to make it more citrus). Delivered by DPD this afternoon (using DPD is always a big plus for me, I especially like their smartphone app that lets you literally track where the courier is at any time on day of delivery). Opened the box to find I'd been sent the wrong hops. A quick phone call (answered really quickly) and he's popping the correct hops in the post for me.

Prices are competitive too.
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