COVID-19 Panic grain buying

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Nashbrew
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Location: Abingdon UK

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Tried to do my usual Malt Miller order today, lots of out of stock and extended delivery times.
Strange times.
But will get plenty brewed and drunk. :beer:
Don't forget to wake up breathing!
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Oz11
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Location: Tonbridge, Kent. UK. Brewing at the Rockin Robin Brewery (15BBL), Maidstone.

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Common sense dictates surely that there will be an excess of brewing ingredients as the breweries decrease their brewing operations since their opportunities to sell their products are now much restricted.
Home brewing in a Tonbridge garage.
IPA
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Location: France

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Nashbrew wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:01 am
Tried to do my usual Malt Miller order today, lots of out of stock and extended delivery times.
Strange times.
But will get plenty brewed and drunk. :beer:
Broaden your horizon. Try Braumarkt. Same delivery cost and much cheaper than anyone else. Plus plenty of stock.
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Nashbrew
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My horizon is quite broad.
I have enough for now and I think things will be ok.
Our local brewery has just shut as well.
So this will only push demand from the homebrew community new and old.
Stay safe everyone.
Don't forget to wake up breathing!
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