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For me, I usually disregard economics when I am homebrewing. How come? Well, most of the homebrew beers I make are clones of styles that I cannot get in Oregon. For example, New Glarus Spotted Cow. Since I cannot get these brews where I live, the cost of making them is nil (or even more expensive since I would have to drive to the location to pick up the ...


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So far, all I buy are the prepackaged extract kits and I am very happy with them (and so are my lucky friends). not including the equipment, the boxed ingredients cost me between $25-$35 depending on the recipe and so far, my favorites are the ones hovering around $25. I net about 2 cases from this. That;s about 6.25 to 8.75 a 12-pack for beer that tastes ...


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Going to add another Canadian response to complement Tobias'. Here, even cheap bear is expensive. The lowest legal price beer can be sold for here (Ontario) is $29.35 per 24 standard longneck bottles. That is where the very bottom-of-the-barrel cheap beers site. Think Lucky Lager, Lakeport (Lakewater) etc. This is $1.22 per bottle. If you want a 'premium' ...



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