[Ansteorra] Honey for Brewers
Mike C. Baker
kihebard at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 22 16:25:46 PST 2007
(Hanna, your address was not preserved by my mail client when I tried to
respond -- was able to retrieve it manually -- AND this is information
that may be of use to more than yourself and your friend.)
Sam's Wholesale Club, when they actually *have* bulk-pack (4 or more
pounds per container) honey. Commercially processed, typically standard
clover-source, but consistent for what it is. WalMart occasionally has
some larger containers as well (4 or 5 pounds), but Sam's carries it
more often. (I have never been inside a Costco, so they may be another
I prefer to work with the product of local beekeepers when I can, but
sometimes the "best" alternative to that is Whole Foods Market or
another natural/organic vendor.
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> I have a questions for the brewers in Ansteorra.
> Please respond off list.
> I have mundane friend who brews mead and ale.
> Currently he just buys 2 pound jars of honey from the grocery store.
> Where are better locations or dealers to buy honey in
> larger quantities? I'm in Elfsea, so someplace in the
> Central region or on the Internet would be best.
> He has not joined the Brewers email list yet, but I am
> working on him. :-)
> Lady Hanna
> 'Tourists don't know where they've been; Travelers don't know
> where they're going!' - Paul Theroux
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