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From: falk@Sun.COM (Ed Falk)
Subject: Re: Homebrew Digest #322 (December 13, 1989)
Date: 1989-12-13 17:33:51 GMT

> Date: Tue, 12 Dec 89 11:49:32 PST
> From: kron@Sun.COM (Kenneth Kron)
> Subject: Homebrew supply store in Palo Alto
> I'm looking for a homebrew supply store in the Palo Alto area. Anybody know
> of one??

Here are the ones I've visited:

The Fermentation Settlement in Saratoga are friendly and reasonably well
supplied. They're a little pricey but they have "california malt"
extract for $10/6lb.

Beer Makers of America on 4th st. in San Jose is run by a real surley
guy, but they have the best selection and prices on this side of
the peninsula. You need to know what you want before you go in, because
the guy is no help at all.

There's a mail order place called "Williams Brewing Supplies" in
San Leandro which I've heard many good things about.

There's also a retail store in San Leandro (can't remember the name)
on Marine that's as big as all the other retail outlets I've visited
put together. They teach classes in the store and have a wine expert
in on Wed. to critique your homebrew wine if you like.

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