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Old 03-24-2007, 05:45 PM   #1
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Default Great source for malts and hops !

http://www.northcountrymalt.com/files/PDF/2007Catalog.pdf

Crayz good prices !
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Old 03-24-2007, 06:42 PM   #2
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Great prices...but they only ship FedEx Ground...

$40 to ship a 55 lb sack of 2-row to my door ($66.77 total). Perhaps I'll use them for hops and specialty grains, but bulk grain is too expensive to ship that way!

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Here is where I got that link from. The commercial side might have more locations. We have one in Calgary. I am going to see if they can supply more of the stuff thats in that catalog locally.

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Here is where I got that link from. The commercial side might have more locations. We have one in Calgary. I am going to see if they can supply more of the stuff thats in that catalog locally.
I think you forgot the link...
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oops http://www.northcountrymalt.com/pages.php?pageid=9

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Great prices...but they only ship FedEx Ground...

$40 to ship a 55 lb sack of 2-row to my door ($66.77 total). Perhaps I'll use them for hops and specialty grains, but bulk grain is too expensive to ship that way!
They use freight for orders over a certain amount (200 lb, I believe), which is much, much cheaper. The way to do it is to get a group buy together (unless you brew enough to order 200+ lbs yourself.

The best thing about a group buy is that you could get bags of base malts and split bags of specialty malts that you don't need so much of.
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Sweet...I can probably justify buying 200 lbs of 2-row.

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