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Burning down the house-talking headsHouse of the Rising Sun- The Animals
I just hope, before it crashes, that competition will drive down the prices. It's getting ridiculous. A pint of beer selling for $6, $7, $8 and even more in some places. Pitchers upwards of $20. Happy hour knocks off a buck. BFD.You know I really hate to admit it but the prices of craft beer are getting to be a little out of control. I say this fully admitting that I am a thrifty... ok cheap.. homebrewer. It is pretty easy to go out and spend 20-30 bucks on 3-4 beers at a brewery. I know that I can make between 5-10 gallons of homebrew for the same amount of money. Thank goodness my local brewery also has a homebrew shop. I want to support them but...I am not made of money
On the other hand, a little dose of reality is good. The people who are serious will still open breweries. Remember the 90s when "microbrewing" was a fad that everyone wanted to get into? The result was lots of bad beer, a bubble, and a crash that set back the whole industry for a while.
I have this one for hops and salts
Tested with a friend's calibration weights and it's accurate.
The scale I got for grain only weighs up to 11lbs. It's from Polder and was about $18 at Costco.