From the HBD Archive
From: "Spencer W. Thomas" <>
Subject: michigan
Date: 1992-06-04 13:50:24 GMT

Lots of homebrew here in Michigan. There are several good supply
stores in the area. For quick "pick ups" I go to a local "party
store" that has a good selection. For major shopping trips, I go to
the G.W. Kent retail outlet (they're wholesale only by mail-order),
where prices tend to be a little lower (two data points: Coopers Light
Extract was about 25% cheaper, and I got Fix's book for near
wholesale). If you want grain, there's a supply shop about 20 minutes
south of Ann Arbor that has a roller mill in the back, and will sell
you crushed grain for the same price that Kent sells it uncrushed (in
small quantities).

We have an active homebrew club, the Ann Arbor Brewer's Guild, with
about 70 members, for which I serve as the e-mail contact. Josh
Grosse (a frequent HBD contributer) and I are now co-editing the
newsletter, as well. July will see our annual BeerBQ, complete with a
pig roast.

=Spencer W. Thomas HSITN, U of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 313-747-2778

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