The Wine Maker’s Toy Store and Dallas Home Brew has Completed its Move to its New 7,000 Square Foot Facility in Carrollton, TX

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New Address: 1500 N. Interstate 35e, #116, Carrollton, Texas 75006 New Division Announced serving commercial wineries and breweries! Customers will find a large inventory, knowledgeable staff!

“This makes us the largest home brew store in North Texas”, claims George Cornelius, owner of The Winemaker’s Toy Store. “We moved in order to handle our growing business and to bring in more products for the home brewer.” Cornelius added.

In addition, The Wine Maker’s Toy Store has opened a new division; FVM Supply will sell exclusively to commercial wineries and breweries and will be operated out of the same location, for the time being.

The Wine Maker’s Toy Store and Dallas Home Brew was founded in 2002 and provides equipment, supplies and ingredients to home wine makers and home brewers across the Unites States.

The Wine Maker’s Toy Store has a complete line of grains, hops, yeast and malt extract for the home brewer, as well as the equipment for extract or all-grain brewing. They have one of the largest selections of wine kits in the United States for customers wanting to make their own wine. They also carry the equipment, supplies and ingredients for home wine makers of all sizes. Whether you make 1-gallon bathes or 100-gallon batches, The Wine Maker’s Toy Store has the equipment and supplies you need.

From a commercial winery standpoint, they are currently building their inventory and product selections. They currently carry stainless steel tanks, plate and frame filters, bottling machines, corkers and pumps. They also have wooden basket presses, water presses and pneumatic presses, as well as, loading elevators and hoppers. Whether the winery makes 1,000 cases per year or 20,000 cases per year, The Wine Maker’s Toy Store has the equipment you need.

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