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Knee Deep Brewing expands distribution to New York with Sarene Craft Beer Distributors

BeerNews.org - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 20:15

Press Release: 

(New York City, NY) Sarene Craft Beer Distributors LLC today announced that they have signed a distribution agreement with Knee Deep Brewing Company for New York City and northern New York.

Founded in 2010, Knee Deep has been accumulating awards and wild fanfare ever since. Most recently, Knee Deep took home a silver medal at GABF 2013 for Belgo Hoptologist DIPA. Their focus on maintaining a creative outlook on brewing has allowed them to grow rapidly over the last few years, finally culminating in their New York introduction next week.

“I anticipate Knee Deep’s extensive portfolio, with particular excellence in hop-forward beers, will be welcomed with open arms by New York. Simtra, their flagship triple IPA, is a game changer.” Eric Schulman, Sales Manager/Owner of Sarene said. “The anticipation of the launch has been overwhelming. Knee Deep is poised for prolonged success in New York and it couldn’t happen to a better group of guys. Jerry, Jeremy and Andrew know what they’re doing and have a great vision for the brewery, it’s been fun building a relationship with them.”

Jerry Moore, CEO of Knee Deep added, “We are looking forward to working with Sarene Craft Beer Distributors to introduce our beers to New York. Both Sarene and Knee Deep are relatively young companies with a shared goal of providing high quality craft beer to New York.”

Knee Deep will be launching with Simtra 3X IPA, Citra Extra Pale Ale, Hoptologist DIPA, Tanilla, Imperial Tanilla and McCarthys Bane Imperial Red Ale. Belgo Hoptologist DIPA, Hop Shortage 3X IPA, Batch 138 IPA and Midnight Hoppyness Imperial Black Rye IPA to follow shortly thereafter.

Sarene Craft Beer Distributors LLC is a craft beer exclusive wholesaler founded in 2013 by family members Colin Stange, Matt Schulman and Eric Schulman with the goal of providing New York City and the surrounding area with world-class beer. For all inquiries please contact Matt Schulman, Matt@sarenecraft.com. Find them online facebook.com/Sarene.Craft.Beer or follow Sarene on twitter @SareneCraftBeer.

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Knee Deep Brewing expands distribution to New York with Sarene Craft Beer Distributors

BeerPulse - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 20:15

Press Release: 

(New York City, NY) Sarene Craft Beer Distributors LLC today announced that they have signed a distribution agreement with Knee Deep Brewing Company for New York City and northern New York.

Founded in 2010, Knee Deep has been accumulating awards and wild fanfare ever since. Most recently, Knee Deep took home a silver medal at GABF 2013 for Belgo Hoptologist DIPA. Their focus on maintaining a creative outlook on brewing has allowed them to grow rapidly over the last few years, finally culminating in their New York introduction next week.

“I anticipate Knee Deep’s extensive portfolio, with particular excellence in hop-forward beers, will be welcomed with open arms by New York. Simtra, their flagship triple IPA, is a game changer.” Eric Schulman, Sales Manager/Owner of Sarene said. “The anticipation of the launch has been overwhelming. Knee Deep is poised for prolonged success in New York and it couldn’t happen to a better group of guys. Jerry, Jeremy and Andrew know what they’re doing and have a great vision for the brewery, it’s been fun building a relationship with them.”

Jerry Moore, CEO of Knee Deep added, “We are looking forward to working with Sarene Craft Beer Distributors to introduce our beers to New York. Both Sarene and Knee Deep are relatively young companies with a shared goal of providing high quality craft beer to New York.”

Knee Deep will be launching with Simtra 3X IPA, Citra Extra Pale Ale, Hoptologist DIPA, Tanilla, Imperial Tanilla and McCarthys Bane Imperial Red Ale. Belgo Hoptologist DIPA, Hop Shortage 3X IPA, Batch 138 IPA and Midnight Hoppyness Imperial Black Rye IPA to follow shortly thereafter.

Sarene Craft Beer Distributors LLC is a craft beer exclusive wholesaler founded in 2013 by family members Colin Stange, Matt Schulman and Eric Schulman with the goal of providing New York City and the surrounding area with world-class beer. For all inquiries please contact Matt Schulman, Matt@sarenecraft.com. Find them online facebook.com/Sarene.Craft.Beer or follow Sarene on twitter @SareneCraftBeer.

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Dark Horse Nation: brewery’s new History channel reality show premieres on July 29

BeerPulse - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 19:51

Press Release: 

(New York, NY) – DARK HORSE NATION, a new 12-episode series premiering Tuesday, July 29 at 10 p.m. on HISTORY, combines great beer, innovation and renegade entrepreneurialism as it follows the day-to-day adventures of the Dark Horse Brewing Company.

In small town Marshall, Michigan, there is a group of life-long friends living out their version of the American dream. Led by rebel entrepreneur and fearless visionary, Aaron Morse, Dark Horse is a thriving business set amongst a rural paradise. Morse and his team have been making a name for themselves since 1997, when Dark Horse started bottling their unique line of craft beers. Now distributed in 12 states, the Dark Horse crew is determined to turn their business into a household name. Its die-hard fan base even has its own nickname: Dark Horse Nation.

However, DARK HORSE NATION is not only about crafting beer, it’s a way of life. Their recipe for success is as much about experimentation and trouble-shooting as it is self-taught skill and determination. Every week, there is a new project, from creating outlandish inventions to building additions to their ever-growing compound. Around here everything is done by hand, the old-fashioned way, or as they like to put it the “Dark Horse Way.”

The characters featured in DARK HORSE NATION are:

Aaron Morse – Owner, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Aaron is the brains and vision behind the meteoric rise of Dark Horse Brewing Co. He’s created a national following for his offbeat microbrews and has turned Dark Horse into a lifestyle. But his genius doesn’t stop at beer – he has endless ambition for designing and engineering a better way to do things. He’s determined to grow Dark Horse the brand into an international phenomenon and he’s going to do it his way.

Wacky Morse – Aaron Morse’s father/Co-Owner, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Aaron started Dark Horse in the back of his father’s party store. This fact is not lost on Wacky who, though retired, still comes to work every day like he owns the joint. It is Aaron’s place now but that doesn’t stop Wacky from bossing everyone around, including his son.

Cabe – Head of Maintenance, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Cabe is able to build anything that Aaron Morse can dream up. Cabe spends his time rigging, welding, hammering and drinking. Not necessarily in that order. He once had a job in corporate America and he doesn’t want to go back.

Wiggs – Head of Brewery Operations, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Wiggs is in charge of all brewing at Dark Horse. He is the chemist tasked with creating more than 80 limited release brews each year. As Dark Horse continues to grow, Wiggs just keeps going – an endless surplus of creativity and brewing ingenuity. He’s the only brew master that Aaron has ever wanted on his team and a big reason for why there is such a cult following for Dark Horse Beer.

Chappy – Head of Shipping and Receiving, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Chappy and Aaron Morse have known each other the longest; two misfit kids who grew up in Marshall, MI and are now bonded for life. He is the gatekeeper of Dark Horse – he knows everything that comes in and goes out of the compound. Chappy is also the biggest and strongest guy at Dark Horse and serves as crowd control on those nights that get a little rowdy.

DARK HORSE NATION is produced for HISTORY by Warrior Poets. Tim Healy and Steve Ascher are executive producers for HISTORY. Jeremy Chilnick, Matthew Galkin, Ethan Goldman, Morgan Spurlock, and Elizabeth Wolff are executive producers for Warrior Poets.

About HISTORY®
HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate, including scripted event programming, features a roster of hit series including American Pickers®, American Restoration™, Ax Men™, Counting Cars™, Pawn Stars®, Swamp People® and The Legend of Shelby the Swamp Man as well as HISTORY®’s first scripted series Vikings, and epic miniseries and special programming such as The Bible and the Emmy® Award-winning Hatfields & McCoys, Men Who Built America, Gettysburg, Vietnam in HD, America The Story of Us® and 102 Minutes That Changed America. The HISTORY® website is the leading online resource for all things history, and in 2011, the United States Library of Congress selected HISTORY®’s Civil War 150 site for inclusion in the historic collection of Internet materials related to the American Civil War sesquicentennial. www.history.com. For more press information and photography, please visit us at http://press.aenetworks.com.

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Dark Horse Nation: brewery’s new History channel reality show premieres on July 29

BeerNews.org - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 19:51

Press Release: 

(New York, NY) – DARK HORSE NATION, a new 12-episode series premiering Tuesday, July 29 at 10 p.m. on HISTORY, combines great beer, innovation and renegade entrepreneurialism as it follows the day-to-day adventures of the Dark Horse Brewing Company.

In small town Marshall, Michigan, there is a group of life-long friends living out their version of the American dream. Led by rebel entrepreneur and fearless visionary, Aaron Morse, Dark Horse is a thriving business set amongst a rural paradise. Morse and his team have been making a name for themselves since 1997, when Dark Horse started bottling their unique line of craft beers. Now distributed in 12 states, the Dark Horse crew is determined to turn their business into a household name. Its die-hard fan base even has its own nickname: Dark Horse Nation.

However, DARK HORSE NATION is not only about crafting beer, it’s a way of life. Their recipe for success is as much about experimentation and trouble-shooting as it is self-taught skill and determination. Every week, there is a new project, from creating outlandish inventions to building additions to their ever-growing compound. Around here everything is done by hand, the old-fashioned way, or as they like to put it the “Dark Horse Way.”

The characters featured in DARK HORSE NATION are:

Aaron Morse – Owner, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Aaron is the brains and vision behind the meteoric rise of Dark Horse Brewing Co. He’s created a national following for his offbeat microbrews and has turned Dark Horse into a lifestyle. But his genius doesn’t stop at beer – he has endless ambition for designing and engineering a better way to do things. He’s determined to grow Dark Horse the brand into an international phenomenon and he’s going to do it his way.

Wacky Morse – Aaron Morse’s father/Co-Owner, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Aaron started Dark Horse in the back of his father’s party store. This fact is not lost on Wacky who, though retired, still comes to work every day like he owns the joint. It is Aaron’s place now but that doesn’t stop Wacky from bossing everyone around, including his son.

Cabe – Head of Maintenance, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Cabe is able to build anything that Aaron Morse can dream up. Cabe spends his time rigging, welding, hammering and drinking. Not necessarily in that order. He once had a job in corporate America and he doesn’t want to go back.

Wiggs – Head of Brewery Operations, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Wiggs is in charge of all brewing at Dark Horse. He is the chemist tasked with creating more than 80 limited release brews each year. As Dark Horse continues to grow, Wiggs just keeps going – an endless surplus of creativity and brewing ingenuity. He’s the only brew master that Aaron has ever wanted on his team and a big reason for why there is such a cult following for Dark Horse Beer.

Chappy – Head of Shipping and Receiving, Dark Horse Brewing Co.
Chappy and Aaron Morse have known each other the longest; two misfit kids who grew up in Marshall, MI and are now bonded for life. He is the gatekeeper of Dark Horse – he knows everything that comes in and goes out of the compound. Chappy is also the biggest and strongest guy at Dark Horse and serves as crowd control on those nights that get a little rowdy.

DARK HORSE NATION is produced for HISTORY by Warrior Poets. Tim Healy and Steve Ascher are executive producers for HISTORY. Jeremy Chilnick, Matthew Galkin, Ethan Goldman, Morgan Spurlock, and Elizabeth Wolff are executive producers for Warrior Poets.

About HISTORY®
HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate, including scripted event programming, features a roster of hit series including American Pickers®, American Restoration™, Ax Men™, Counting Cars™, Pawn Stars®, Swamp People® and The Legend of Shelby the Swamp Man as well as HISTORY®’s first scripted series Vikings, and epic miniseries and special programming such as The Bible and the Emmy® Award-winning Hatfields & McCoys, Men Who Built America, Gettysburg, Vietnam in HD, America The Story of Us® and 102 Minutes That Changed America. The HISTORY® website is the leading online resource for all things history, and in 2011, the United States Library of Congress selected HISTORY®’s Civil War 150 site for inclusion in the historic collection of Internet materials related to the American Civil War sesquicentennial. www.history.com. For more press information and photography, please visit us at http://press.aenetworks.com.

Categories: Beer Blogosphere News

Ends Soon: 15% Off Maris Otter Extract Syrup

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 14:34

More Beer recently announced exclusive availability of Maris Otter Malt Extract made from Crisp Maris Otter Malt.  

From that announcement: "For the first time Crisp's Famous Maris Otter Malt is available to extract brewers.  Maris Otter is a low yield Heirloom varietal famous for producing full bodied and robustly flavored beer.  Exclusively at MoreBeer" 

More Beer is offering Homebrew Finds Readers 15% off all sizes (4 lb through 9 lb sizes).  This is a stock up sale in that there is no limit on the number you can buy with this discount.  This also qualifies for More Beer's Free Shipping Promo.

Check it out - Here - use promo code HBFMARIS15 to claim this discount

Also Ends Today15% Off Briess Malts use promo code BRIESS15

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Hands On: Insulated, Reusable 22 OZ "Paper" Bag - with Temp Trials

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 13:36

The "22OZ BOMBER INSULATED PAPER BAG" from Beerloved is an insulated, reusable and water resistant bag that has the appearance of a standard paper bag.  Here's a look at with some temperature trials.
The bag
The inside of the bag
A look at the bag with a 12 oz long neck (120 Minute IPA) in it.
I wanted to do so some by side temperature testing to see how much insulation this really provides.  When choosing the beer, I wanted to err on the ironic side, so I chose a couple bottles of Deschutes 2014 Reserve Mirror Mirror Barley Wine.  I really like the idea of showing up to a get-together with a great beer in what appears to be a paper bag.  That's probably because I am a generally hilarious person. :)
Here's the setup:  The same two beers.  One in the insulated bag the other sitting out with two ChefAlarm Thermometers (Hands On) tracking the beers.  In this first shot, I have my ThermoWorks TempTest 1 showing the ambient temperature.  The ambient temperature at the start of this test is 64 deg F. The beer in the bag is at 42 deg F and the un-insulated beer is 42.6 deg F.
Top of the bag.
After about 32 minutes the insulated beer is at 44.2 deg F.  It has lost 2.2 deg or .068 degrees per minute.  The un-insulated beer is at 47.1 deg F and has lost 4.5 degrees or .141 degrees per minute.  That un-insulated beer is rising in temperature just over twice as fast.
After about 60 minutes the insulated beer is at 45.8 deg F.  It has lost 3.8 deg or .063 degrees per minute.  The un-insulated beer is at 49.8 deg F and has lost 7.2 degrees or .12 degrees per minute.

Check it out - Here
15% Off... Beerloved is running a 15% off sale across their entire Utility Collection.  This bag is part of that collection.  Use promo code UTILITY15 to get that discount.
Beerloved is a small California based, family owned business.  They seek to support local artisans, small businesses across the US and to support the craft beer culture and movement.  Read more about Beerloved.  Beerloved has a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.  If you don't love you purchase, you'll get a refund.  Orders of $100 and more ship for free.

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15% Off Drink Tanks Insulated Stainless Personal Keg + Hands on Review

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 13:30

Beerloved is running a 15% off sale across their entire Utility Collection.  Use promo code UTILITY15 to get that discount.

That collection includes the Drink Tanks, Stainless, Double, Wall, Vacuum Insulated Growler with Keg Cap.  Check out my Hands on Review of this personal keg setup.

15% Off brings their price down to $97.75.  Add on at least $2.25 (Tasting Notes - $3.95) and your order ships for free.  Compare at $114 + $13 Shipping.  Check it out - Here


Drink Tanks Growler Hands on Review
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Beerloved is a small California based, family owned business.  They seek to support local artisans, small businesses across the US and to support the craft beer culture and movement.  Read more about Beerloved.  Beerloved has a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.  If you don't love you purchase, you'll get a refund.  Orders of $100 and more ship for free.
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19" Stainless Steel Drip Tray - $21.99, Record Low

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 11:27
The highly rated 19" by 4" Stainless Steel Drip Tray is available again at it's record low Amazon price of $21.99.  It ships free with Prime or with a qualifying $35 order.  This is a great deal.

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Edit:
 To get this price you may need to choose it from "Other Sellers on Amazon" in the lower right hand corner of your screen.

Update International DTS-419 Rectangular Stainless Steel Drip Tray, 19 by 4-Inch - $21.99 + Free Shipping with $35 order - Filler Items

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1 Hour IPA Kit - All Grain and Extract

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 11:24
Looking through Great Fermentations Recipe Kit Offerings last week, I was happy to see their continuously hopped "1 Hour IPA" as I am a huge fan of Dogfish Head's 60 Minute IPA.  The recipe features Simpsons Crystal Malt, Carapils, Crisp Amber Malt and Warrior, Amarillo and Simcoe Hops.  It's available in both all grain and extract versions.  I placed an order via GF's Flat Rate Shipping last Friday and it was at my door on Saturday.  It's on the schedule to be brewed this coming weekend.

Check it out - All Grain and Extract

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Beer Birthday: Fergus Carey

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 10:49
Today is the 51st birthday of Fergus Carey, better known simply as Fergie. Fergie owns Fergie’s Pub in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is co-owner of Monk’s Cafe with Tom Peters and is also a partner in Nodding Head Brewery. Fergie’s always a fun person to have around and...

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M-80 IPA Extract Kit - $27.95

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 09:05
The extract version of More Beer's newer M-80 IPA is their deal of the day.Product Description - Here.  Use coupon code BEERDEAL to get this discount.

M-80 IPA - Extract Beer Kit KIT880 - $27.95 + Free Shipping with $59 Order


Availability: This is a More Beer Deal of the Day.  Quantities are limited. Check the Deal of the Day section Here - to see if this is still available.

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Rival Vacuum Sealer + Bag Starter Kit... $27.99 + Recent Hop Finds

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 08:34
This highly rated Rival Vacuum Sealer has recently sold for as much as $73.95.  It's down to $27.99.  That's the lowest price we've seen and just $1.03 off the record low.  The combo includes a starter selection of vacuum bags.  It ships free with Prime or with a qualifying $35 order.
If you don't have a vacuum sealer, now is a great time to get one.  Closeout 2013 crop hop deals are on the horizon.  As new 2014 crop comes in stock, retailers are going to discount 2013 stock.

Rival FSFGSL0150-015 3 Step Vacuum Sealer w/ Bag Starter Kit - $27.99 + Free Shipping with $35 order - Filler Items


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Ends Soon: 15% Off Briess Malts

Homebrew Finds - Wed, 07/23/2014 - 08:25

Get 15% Off More Beer's Entire Lineup of Briess Malts when you use promo code BRIESS15.

Check it out - Here

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More Beer recently announced exclusive availability of Maris Otter Malt Extract made from Crisp Maris Otter Malt.  

From that announcement: "For the first time Crisp's Famous Maris Otter Malt is available to extract brewers.  Maris Otter is a low yield Heirloom varietal famous for producing full bodied and robustly flavored beer.  Exclusively at MoreBeer" 

More Beer is offering Homebrew Finds Readers 15% off all sizes (4 lb through 9 lb sizes).  This is a stock up sale in that there is no limit on the number you can buy with this discount.  This also qualifies for More Beer's Free Shipping Promo.

Check it out - Here - use promo code HBFMARIS15 to claim this discount

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Beer In Ads #1259: Taste The Moment

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 21:54
Tuesday’s ad is for Erlanger, from 1980. Erlanger was part of the Joseph Schlitz stable of brands when this ad ran, but was acquired by Stroh’s two years later. Stroh’s promptly killed the brand shortly thereafter. It’s certainly an interesting looking bottle and glass....

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March High Flow Pump - $139.95 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 20:00
This is March's high flow model.  If you're wondering... this has the same footprint as the regular flow versions.  Along those lines, it fit's on the TopTier March Pump Mounting Bracket.

This is the pump I use.  I use it for vorlaufing/recirculating, transferring from my mash tun to brew kettle, chilling with a recirculating wort chiller and transferring to my fermenter.  It works great!

March High Temperature Brewing Pump High Flow H315HF - $159.95 $139.95 + Free Shipping

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Beer Birthday: Travis Smith

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 16:33
Today is also the 35th birthday of Travis Smith, who’s the founder of Societe Brewing Co. in San Diego. Before that, Travis brewed at Russian River Brewing for a number of years, before moving south, where he brewed at both The Bruery and the La Jolla Brewhouse. His brewery has quickly become...

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(12) Quart Mason Jars - $10.99

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 15:39
12 Ball Quart Mason Jars for $10.99.  These have recently sold for $19.41.  Shipping is free with a $35 order or Prime.
You can use Mason jars to store hops, smaller amounts of grain, and other brewing ingredients and can starter wort.  I seal these with my FoodSaver's Mason Jar attachment when storing ingredients.

Ball Regular Quart Jars with Lids and Bands, Set of 12 - $10.99 + Free Shipping with Prime or Qualifying $35 order

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3 Compartment Storage Box... 64 Cents

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 11:34

This three compartment container from Wal-Mart is intended for... Crayons. Of course, few things are safe from being re-purposed for homebrewing.  Case in point...

This Baby Bottle Drying Rack:
Becomes This:

The three compartment container looks as if it would be good around the brewery to store and organize small parts and pieces.  It's marked down to 64 cents.  Shipping is free with a $50 or site to store shipping is free.  Check it out - Here
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3 Compartment Storage Box... 64 Cents

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 07/22/2014 - 11:30

This three compartment container from Wal-Mart is intended for... Crayons. Of course, few things are safe from being re-purposed for homebrewing.  Case in point...

This Baby Bottle Drying Rack:
Becomes This:

The three compartment container looks as if it would be good around the brewery to store and organize small parts and pieces.  It's marked down to 64 cents.  Shipping is free with a $50 or site to store shipping is free.  Check it out - Here
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