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Old 05-03-2009, 02:23 AM   #1
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Default Indianapolis Hop Buy?? $1-$1.50 per ounce!

Hops to arrive in ONE week! Puterbaugh Farms REDUCED the price on thier Chinook from $29.50 to $18.50! They also reduced the shipping to $43.59! All of your charges have been updated below!


1. Let me know you are interested
2. Let me know which of the FOLLOWING varieties are you are interested in
3. Let me know what quantities you are interested in
4. OP will be updated with interested buyers, varieties, quantities and the number of ounces of each type UNCLAIMED (Overrun) since these are ordered in full pound increments only.
5. All hops will be shipped to my home in Plainfield, IN ZIP 46168
6. I have ample freezer space to care for your hops until you pick them up
7. Pick up only, no delivery
8. You will ONLY pay for the number of ounces you take home, you will not be charged for the overrun if the entire pound or two pounds of a certain variety are not claimed!
9. You will pay a PRO RATED shipping cost. TOTAL shipping will be divided into TOTAL ounces ORDERED by the group and simply be added to your PER OZ price from HopsDirect.
10. PM me with any questions or issues
11. ANY member has the right to buy any of the overrun hops at cost if they so choose. If you order 8oz of Perle and see that there is an overrun of 8oz of Hallertau when you come to pick up your hops, you can purchse them if you like.
12. I have a very accurate digital scale to assure that you recieve exactly what you pay for.
13. There is a $.08 SURCHARGE per OUNCE of hops you recieve to cover my cost. This is reflected in the pricing below

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Old 05-03-2009, 01:24 PM   #2
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damn, those are some good prices

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Old 05-03-2009, 01:26 PM   #3
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When are you ordering these? I'm interested...

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Old 05-03-2009, 01:33 PM   #4
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It would be within the week, or when those who wish to buy, get thier desired types and qtys. down. Those varieties above dont have to be the end all, but those are what I was looking at getting... if people want in, we can explore thier wants as well. Those pretty much covered flavor, aroma and bittering for me.

I have a couple other Indy guys that I PMed as well, so if we can get more guys, then we can talk about how to split them. 8oz with two buyers. 11oz with 3 buyers and ordering 2 pounds of each or of certain varieties. We can work it any way we want to.

I just want to get hops in the hands of the masses, even if those masses dont want a pound of each variety. This is a good way to do it, and have a GREAT variety at home to pick from.

Imagine having a half pound of 10 varieties in the freezer, you could brew almost anything.

When I was playing with it last night, it looked to be $1.25/oz SHIPPED for the above varieties. 10 pounds total. This is excellent pricing.

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Old 05-03-2009, 07:40 PM   #5
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I would be interested in:

4 oz Hallertau
2 oz Perle
2 oz Amarillo
4 oz Centennial
2 oz Saaz

Let me know if this works out and when you order.

I've got a lb of cascades on the way as well. Woooo-hoooo!!!

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Old 05-03-2009, 08:35 PM   #6
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Pol - got your PM.
I am in for some Saaz, Hallertau, Centennial, Williamette, Columbus.

Half pound of each or whatever split we come to with anyone else.
I'm always up for some more hops! This is a great idea, Pol!

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Pol - got your PM.
I am in for some Saaz, Hallertau, Centennial, Williamette, Columbus.

Half pound of each or whatever split we come to with anyone else.
I'm always up for some more hops! This is a great idea, Pol!
Updated the OP...

We will see how our quantities line up, I may end up with a TON of extra hops in my freezer. Or we can get the splits in line so that doesnt happen by tweaking the oz here and there between members.

I am trying to make this work for all of us, so bear with me, this is my first time with something like this.
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I'll go half Hallertau
half amarillo
half centennial

Thanks Pol

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I'll go half Hallertau
half amarillo
half centennial

Thanks Pol
OP Updated... thanks guys!
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Old 05-03-2009, 09:56 PM   #10
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WE ARE UP TO A 14 POUND ORDER!!!

Granted, there are a few large overruns. Looks like I may become a distributor!

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