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Offline BauerHaus

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Santa Rosa, CA supplies!
« on: August 27, 2009, 06:00:37 PM »
First experience with The Beverage People today  and I was very satisfied. Bit of drive from Alameda but well worth it. Havarti now on the clock for Friday! I spoke to Bob Peak and more then impressed plus he can pronounce the Latin names of the cultures.

The Beverage People
840 Piner RD #14
Santa Rosa CA 95403

As you can see on there web site they are Wine, Beer and Cheese.

http://www.thebeveragepeople.com/making-cheese.html

http://www.thebeveragepeople.com/cheese.htm

From there 2009 Newsletter
"Continuing Education: In our ongoing efforts to strengthen our cheesemaking expertise, Bob Peak had the opportunity to attend an excellent 2-day seminar at College of Marin taught by Dr. Rafael Jimenez-Flores from the Dairy Science department at Cal Poly"


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Re: Santa Rosa, CA supplies!
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2009, 06:17:14 PM »
They are excelent people to deal with I used to buy alot of my brewing  and sausage stuff from them. They are very knowledgable about their products.

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Re: Santa Rosa, CA supplies!
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2016, 11:47:19 PM »
I forgot my wallet one day. I had shopped for a while and had carefully selected well over $50 worth of supplies. They gave it to me and told me to call them when I got home. (I did.) That is just one example of the outstanding service this place gives. It is all about the customer and their success.
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