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Home Brewing and Winemaking Supplies?

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Re: Home Brewing and Winemaking Supplies?

Postby mjs513 » 05 Jul 2012, 14:01

I am homebrewing in Taiwan. I have some beer to keg, but I can't find the proper regulator. Do you know where I can buy a CO2 regulator for beer in Taiwan? 0-30 or 0-60 psi. I am currently living in Xindian.

"Too much homebrew and no way to drink it now." :(
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Re: Home Brewing and Winemaking Supplies?

Postby mjs513 » 05 Jul 2012, 14:05

I have a Sweet Mead Yeast and lots of others. I will start it soon to make mead. If anyone needs some, contact me. I have a ton of California Ale Yeast now.
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Re: Home Brewing and Winemaking Supplies?

Postby phdinfunk » 03 Feb 2014, 18:10

I would love to get lalvin 1118 or safale 05.

MUCH more importantly, I would love to buy a keg, and for that matter a kegerator.
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