I have been making beer and wine for many years. My wife and I just got done bottling 2 batches of wine and we have 2 more to do when they're done. then I have 2 batches of beer to do yet before christmas.
The wine and beer that you can make is much better than what you get in the store and cheaper too. IMO
there are home brew shops all over the place and online as well.
I was referred to this site from a home brew forum as a matter of fact.
If there's anyone in the Richfield Area I will be doing an AG batch for Teach a friend to homebrew day (Nov. 6th) Feel free to hit me up if you'd like to join me! Probably start around noon or so. Hit me up on Login | Facebook or through firstname.lastname@example.org
It looks like you will have to go to Richmond or Ogden to get supplies.
The brew store in Ogden closed. He is working out of his house or something now but you have to put in an order like a week in advance. Just as well, he was hardly around even when his hours were posted as open.
i have been really happy with the service at the 'nut. art is kinda a crazy old man, and if you challenge his brewing ideas then you are wrong and he gets cranky.
i went in to get some kegs and hoses. he told me he uses 3' on all his tap lines. i told him i wanted 18 feet so i could do 4 lines and have longer lines to cut shorter if i have issues. he stared at me like i was speaking martian, then repeated "no, i use 3' lines".
homebrewing for about a year here in slc and loving every minute of it