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Online HBS

Postby Redux » Thu Jun 12, 2014 4:59 pm

hiya guys...... well i went into the only hbs for 100 km today (2nd time only) and he still dosent seem to want me as a customer..... so....

who do you all use for online hbs shopping.... i need to get stuff like hydrometer, alcometer, corks and airlocks.....

cheers folks!!!
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Re: Online HBS

Postby TheMechwarrior » Thu Jun 12, 2014 5:04 pm

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Re: Online HBS

Postby markus » Thu Jun 12, 2014 5:22 pm

Sounds like your local HBS guy and my local HBS guy are related,
Or done the same arrogant fuckwit I know everything HBS course together.
Try craft brewer.com.au
I got silicone hose and an awesome BIAB delived in 3 days.
Ill use them again for sure.

Cheers Markus
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Re: Online HBS

Postby Redux » Thu Jun 12, 2014 5:36 pm

markus wrote:Sounds like your local HBS guy and my local HBS guy are related,
Or done the same arrogant fuckwit I know everything HBS course together.
Try craft brewer.com.au
I got silicone hose and an awesome BIAB delived in 3 days.
Ill use them again for sure.

Cheers Markus


cheers dude ill have a look....

ive heard good things bout the shop in bathurst from other people, but ive tried to buy things twice and he cant be bothered even saying hi....

oh well.... lament the loss of shopfronts... but dont like customers.... :obscene-birdiedoublered:

/end rant

cheers redux
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Re: Online HBS

Postby agro » Sat Jun 14, 2014 10:47 am

i found the opposite from my local hbs, before i found this forum i would go in looking for somthing and they would point to the shelf and say you are wasting your money on that stuff go to woolies and buy this mix it that way as its cheaper and works better. they are brewers trying to put people on the right path :smile:
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Re: Online HBS

Postby Sam. » Sat Jun 14, 2014 10:57 am

agro wrote:i found the opposite from my local hbs, before i found this forum i would go in looking for somthing and they would point to the shelf and say you are wasting your money on that stuff go to woolies and buy this mix it that way as its cheaper and works better. they are brewers trying to put people on the right path :smile:


They obviously didn't own the shop :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Online HBS

Postby danwbrews » Wed Feb 12, 2020 7:37 am

Sam. wrote:
agro wrote:i found the opposite from my local hbs, before i found this forum i would go in looking for somthing and they would point to the shelf and say you are wasting your money on that stuff go to woolies and buy this mix it that way as its cheaper and works better. they are brewers trying to put people on the right path :smile:


They obviously didn't own the shop :laughing-rolling:



I resemble that remark :laughing-rolling:
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