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    Checking out your www - just a noob question - does your kit come with a bucket, as I see mention is made of a cube? How does that look - any pics?
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    Well done. Order placed.......
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    Only pale Ale available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroJ View Post
    Well done. Order placed.......
    Yep, me too and they make payment easy with the CC option or even CoD

    Now, where and when can I come pick it up, 'n man is dors en haastig
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    Whay a great idea,I wish you all the best, and let me know if you can organise deliveries outside SA!

    Also maybe add a little you tube video with a quick 'how to' to your webpage?

    Cheers and all the best
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    Well done and all the best. I have been following your developments and will surely be placing my order soon. God Bless.

    ps: congrats with the baby.

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    Good to see you back!

    Bought a pale ale just now!
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    My order is on the way
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    At this rate, he will have to employ more people to handle the demand from us klomp suip gatte
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    I shared this thread with a lot of mates. Very well done!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    The wort also isn't "homemade", although I do still do homemade custom brews on request, but the pale ales I have in stock were made by none other than Brewhogs Microbrewery.
    Please clarify this for me. Do they produce the wort under contract?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggi View Post
    Well done and what a brilliant idea, wish I was still in Gauteng, I presume shipping to the Western Cape would be quite expensive.
    Shipping to major centres is R170 per kit. I don't want to eat my own business here, but take a look: https://www.facebook.com/67016833970...QsPr1qCI8vOprD

    Other breweries are doing the same. I don't mind referring them, because my product is still unique, and it's kind of a you scratch mine, I'll scratch yours business. People in the craft beer industry are amazing when it comes to collabs and working together, instead of against each other.

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    At this rate, he will have to employ more people to handle the demand from us klomp suip gatte
    You're not wrong. I'm sorry guys, I'd love to reply to everyone but I just don't have the time to.

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    What a great idea. Order placed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WAJ View Post
    Checking out your www - just a noob question - does your kit come with a bucket, as I see mention is made of a cube? How does that look - any pics?
    Click the SHOP link at the top and then the BUY NOW button. You will then see more detail of the product.

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    Order placed
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    Wynand, I will see what courier cost will be to my neck of the woods on Monday, being in not a major city centre it is a bit more dear to ship stuff from your valley.

    I do have a tame crowd on my books, running interlinks and smaller vehicles, who does all my stuff for me from Jhb and will let the local guys know, if they want to do a group deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    Shipping to major centres is R170 per kit. I don't want to eat my own business here, but take a look: https://www.facebook.com/67016833970...QsPr1qCI8vOprD

    Other breweries are doing the same. I don't mind referring them, because my product is still unique, and it's kind of a you scratch mine, I'll scratch yours business. People in the craft beer industry are amazing when it comes to collabs and working together, instead of against each other.



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    Great idea Wynand, well done and good luck with the business!
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    Congrats on your ‘delivery’ of the new ‘baby’ also congrats on your wife’s pregnancy.
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