Worcesterhopshop

Postby WORCESTERHOPSHOP » Sun Nov 22, 2015 22:11

Hi all
please checkout our website we aim to keep our pricing the best on the net and are looking to increase our range.
Any suggestions on what you would like us to stock please do drop us an email at sales@worcesterhopshop . Co UK. with your suggestions and we'll see what we can do.
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby robwalker » Sun Nov 22, 2015 22:43

Might be wise to give us a link!

http://www.worcesterhopshop.co.uk/
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby rlemkin » Sun Nov 22, 2015 23:01

Used them a few times and had good service and quick delivery. Good value and hops are quality. 25kg bags of MO are also pretty cheap. :)
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby Good Ed » Mon Nov 23, 2015 00:09

Always had good quality and service from you, so highly recommended.

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby LeithR » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:10

As I live in NE Scotland I checked out your delivery charges. Compared with others they are quite high, some suppliers are offering free delivery over £65. I don't know how negotiable these rates are but they make a difference when choosing a supplier.

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby mark1964 » Tue Nov 24, 2015 15:37

Good service always just the range of malts hops and yeast need to be a lot bigger

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby krazypara3165 » Tue Nov 24, 2015 15:54

Simco hops would be good!

they seem to be impossible to find recently!

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby thepatchworkdoll » Wed Nov 25, 2015 00:14

Hi There
I have to agree with Leithr. Postage costs are a big issue. When you get companies offewring freee postage over £65 you need to compete with this. I look forward to dealing with you in the future with free postage over £65.
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby rlemkin » Wed Nov 25, 2015 08:04

Given the prices of their hops and RM delivery they're more than competitive for hop purchases. I normally don't buy grain, but it was about £5 cheaper than the malt miller for a sack of MO and for £6-something delivered o the highlands that is a bargain.
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby Partial_to_Mash » Thu Nov 26, 2015 00:52

Main issue for me is that I buy whole malt, and WHS only sells crushed. I also think the USA and New World hop selection is very limited, for a seller that is primarily a hop seller.

But I have bought stuff several times, good service and prices, and up to about 7 packs of hops for around £3 postage. Under £20 total.

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby BarnsleyBrewer » Thu Nov 26, 2015 13:56

Discount code for forum members?

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby mark1964 » Thu Nov 26, 2015 15:28

Nice one John lol

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby vacant » Thu Nov 26, 2015 17:04

BarnsleyBrewer wrote:Discount code for forum members?

There already is. Oh, wait, just not for this forum :whistle:

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby Springer » Mon Nov 30, 2015 13:54

vacant wrote:
BarnsleyBrewer wrote:Discount code for forum members?

There already is. Oh, wait, just not for this forum :whistle:


Now there is a good clue................prices look good to me though even without :)

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby naturals » Mon Nov 30, 2015 15:38

I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby robwalker » Mon Nov 30, 2015 15:53

naturals wrote:I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.


Gonna be a shitty year for hops, most american hops are already tied up. All I could get from Faram's the other day was Cascade, then non aromatic hops like cluster, bullion, etc...
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby stevelmu » Mon Nov 30, 2015 16:05

I paid a ridiculous price for Amarillo leaf last week. They took some finding as well.
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby KevinS » Mon Nov 30, 2015 16:39

naturals wrote:I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.


Along with Nelson, it's one of the most popular hops available these days - for both homebrewers and commercial brewers. So the simple reason for its short supply is popularity...

I think the Malt MIller last got some in in May/June time but these have obviously sold out by the sounds of things.

It's one of those things where nowadays you need to get them as soon as they come out and stockpile them yourself! :)
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby Good Ed » Mon Nov 30, 2015 23:06

KevinS wrote:
naturals wrote:I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.


Along with Nelson, it's one of the most popular hops available these days - for both homebrewers and commercial brewers. So the simple reason for its short supply is popularity...

I think the Malt MIller last got some in in May/June time but these have obviously sold out by the sounds of things.

It's one of those things where nowadays you need to get them as soon as they come out and stockpile them yourself! :)


Or just use available hops, there are plenty of varieties :whistle:

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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby WORCESTERHOPSHOP » Thu Dec 03, 2015 23:50

naturals wrote:I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.

Hi , We will have Citra Pellets in stock on Monday 7th Dec at Worcesterhopshop
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby WORCESTERHOPSHOP » Thu Dec 03, 2015 23:53

naturals wrote:I was going to order some stuff this week but no citra? Out of stock with pretty much every homebrew shop I tried (there are a few exceptions but they didn't sell the other bits I needed). Any ideas why it's in such short supply? Even The Malt Miller / The Home Brew Shop didn't have any. I would have thought this were a 'staple' hop to have in these days.

Hi we will have Citra pellets in on Monday 7th Dec at worcesterhopshop
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby WORCESTERHOPSHOP » Fri Dec 04, 2015 00:00

BarnsleyBrewer wrote:Discount code for forum members?

Please use code JIMSBK for 5% Discount at www.worcesterhopshop.co.uk
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby naturals » Fri Dec 04, 2015 11:45

Thanks WHS! I managed to source some elsewhere for this brew but I'll order a few for the stores on Monday!
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Re: Worcesterhopshop

Postby BarnsleyBrewer » Sat Dec 05, 2015 12:30

WORCESTERHOPSHOP wrote:
BarnsleyBrewer wrote:Discount code for forum members?

Please use code JIMSBK for 5% Discount at http://www.worcesterhopshop.co.uk

Nice one, thx........ :thumb:

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