Tuesday's Tips - 11.20.12

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Buy in Bulk if you want to save. Generally distributors would rather get rid of a large quantity of goods than single items so they offer incentives to buyers so they might purchase in bulk. This means that you can often get what you need for cheaper as long you are sure you will use a large enough quantity of it to justify buying ten times what you need that day. I buy my base grain in bulk and save a great deal of money per-batch when I brew. When I did extract I saved loads on shipping costs by buying in bulk, three to four recipes, at a time online.

allgrains.blogspot.com - Buy in Bulk if you want to save. Generally distributors would rather get rid of a large quantity of goods than single items so they offer incentives to buyers so they might purchase in bulk. This means that you can often get what you need for cheaper as long you are sure you will use a large enough quantity of it to justify buying ten times what you need that day.

Make your best beer!

Buying in bulk can be intimidating at first but is not that scary once you do your research. There are a lot of things you can buy in bulk as a homebrewer but I suggest you start off simple with a 50 pound sack of base grain and two Homer Buckets. I think you can sort out the rest from there.

Cheers-


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