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Old 03-12-2010, 09:56 PM   #1
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Default Denver Bulk Buy # 2

This is what they have in large quantities right now, I am in the process of confirming prices. Mid to late April delivery at Park Meadows. We will nail down a date soon. As I said before, I may have to hand this off to someone else depending on my schedule, but have no problem coordinating for now. Thanks for the offer Wayne, I may have to take you up on it.

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White Wheat Malt $1 .85 .65
Red Wheat Malt $1 .85 .65
Hulless Barley Malt $1 .65
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Pilsner $1 .80 .65
Pale $1 .80 .65

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Old 03-12-2010, 10:34 PM   #2
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well this looks great when I am editing, but goes to chit when I post!

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Old 03-12-2010, 10:36 PM   #3
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Speaking of going to "chit". What's the weather like in Durango? Wife and I will be up there in April. Should we plan for snow?
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Chris,

Let me know what I can help you with.

For now, put me down for 100 lbs of pale and 50 of pilsner.

Would there be anyone interested in splitting a bag of wheat?

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Put me down for 50# of pale malt.

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50 of pale for sure

2 if we get the 1000+ price

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Just so I understand...

Do we need to hit the weights for each type of malt? Or do we just need to hit a net weight from all of those categories?

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The last time we ordered, it was the gross weight of the total order that determined the price.

We do have to order in 50 lb. bag quantities, which is why I am asking if someone is willing to split a bag of wheat

To make things easier, the payment should be in cash. There will state sales tax of 3% added on.

The grain can be ordered milled for no additional cost.

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I'm in for 2 bags of Pale (unmilled), with a possible 3rd if necessary.

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I'd be interested in 1-2 bags of pale, unmilled.

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