Langley, BC Based Online Shop

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Snoyes
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Langley, BC Based Online Shop

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Hey homebrewers, I am just starting up my online homebrew shop and slowly adding more stock. I would be more than thrilled if people want to check it out and give me suggestions. http://www.brewandbeast.com

It's a part time gig at the moment and I am looking to sell 1 gallon kits to raise capital to bring in more ingredients and equipment. Also we are producing bacon making kits that will be available as soon as my packaging is in.

Thanks in advance for any input.
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Post by OntarioBeerkegs »

The helpful stuff:

Reduce the banner height on the intro page.
It's gonna cost you upwards of 70 bucks to ship sacks of grain in some cases. Charging 40 for the grain and 15 shipping is a bargain.


The obvious stuff:
Bacon & Beer. Can't go wrong with that.
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Actually I would recommend just removing the second banner. Get some text on that landing page so folks get an idea what you are about.
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Snoyes
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Thanks for the tips. The sack of grain will be local pickup, I had it in additional info and not the main description, fixed now and I have disabled so I can get some backstock of them first.
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I don't understand your pricing.

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Snoyes wrote:Hey homebrewers, I am just starting up my online homebrew shop and slowly adding more stock. I would be more than thrilled if people want to check it out and give me suggestions. http://www.brewandbeast.com

It's a part time gig at the moment and I am looking to sell 1 gallon kits to raise capital to bring in more ingredients and equipment. Also we are producing bacon making kits that will be available as soon as my packaging is in.

Thanks in advance for any input.

:O Bacon making kits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where can I sign up??? :popcorn:

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hey snoys

whats your price on sacks of 2-row and pilsner malts? may be we can do business. :cheers:

and what brand names of malt do you carry?

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ruf1 wrote:hey snoys

whats your price on sacks of 2-row and pilsner malts? may be we can do business. :cheers:

and what brand names of malt do you carry?


Sorry for the delay in responding it has been real busy as of late.

I have 2-row at $40 a bag all in with local pickup, one left. I can get Weyermann Specialty malts but I don't have prices sorted out as of yet.

http://www.brewandbeast.com/product/pre ... -55lb-bag/
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