This seems to be the consensus but I also go to Mr. Steve's. the Selections in pretty good, but best of the owner and employees are very helpful. They are more than willing to answer any of your questions an great for anyone looking to get started. Also they offer classes and recipes there.
Thanks all for the Mr. Steve's recommendation. Just heard of Scotzin's. Giving brewing equipment to the bf for Christmas.
Really?? He is a lucky guy! What kind of brewing is he going to do? Mr Steves is having a beer making class on the 8th of Jan. You can sign you BF up online at Mr. Steve's Homebrew and Wine Supplies. If you didn't already know that..
Mr Steve's is the one I frequent most often which is in East York since I live in Manchester, but I have gone to Smitty's in Carlisle which is kind of pricey and Scotzin which is decently priced, but are only open two days a week. There is Lancaster Homebrew in Lancaster which has been in business for about 2 yrs now.
I've been trying to get to Scotzin's, but the hours are horrible. They're only open on Wednesdays and Saturdays. They should put all of their inventory up on the web, so when you can go you know what you want already.
Does anyone know where the Smitty's place is, and the hours they have?