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Dry malt extract / local homebrew supply shop

Professor Salt | Dec 20, 200501:07 PM     9

I'm looking for powdered, dry malt extract for use as a baking ingredient in the central Orange County / Long Beach / South Bay area. It's sold relatively cheaply in homebrew supply shops. I know that I can source malt syrup more easily, but that's not what I'm after.

Hi Times Too in Costa Mesa was a brewing supply shop, but it closed some time ago, and the only other place I know of is O'Shea Brewing in Laguna Niguel.

Do you know of other options north of Irvine, toward the Long Beach / South Bay area?

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