New England Brewing Supply Launches Homebrewing Website

I recently got the chance to talk with Jeremiah O’Neill founder of New England Brewing Supply. Jeremiah has created a web destination where homebrewers of all skill levels can buy quality ingredients at bargain prices. I was pleasantly surprised not only by the variety of hops and grains available but also the availibiliy Brettanomyces and other funky yeast strains.

In addition to the quality ingredients offered by New England Brewing Supply, their website also showcases an excellent example of effective web design. The site’s layout is simple and easy to navigate, with clear categories and product descriptions. The use of high-quality images also helps to make the products more appealing and encourages customers to make a purchase. It’s important to remember that a well-designed website not only attracts potential customers but also improves the user experience and ultimately helps to increase sales. New England Brewing Supply has succeeded in both providing quality ingredients and presenting them in an appealing way through its web design.

Here is an excerpt from the email Jeremiah sent me announcing the launch of this great website.

Over the past couple months I have been working to start up an online homebrew supply store. This past week was the launch of the website . We are located in Southern NH, so we can ship to most of New England, eastern New York, and northern New Jersey with 1 day Fedex Ground.

Our goal for this store is to provide the home brewers in the Northeast (and hopefully beyond) a cost effective, convenient, and quick way of getting homebrew supplies, especially those that do not live near a homebrew store.

Our current focus is on brewing ingredients (grains, hops, spices, yeast (dry and liquid), dry malt extract (liquid malt extract in the near future), sanitizers, etc.), but we are open to feedback from our customers as to which items they would like to see added to our inventory. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.