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Old 05-01-2008, 09:45 PM   #1
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Default Looking for any fuggle-types or Willamette hops to trade

Some of you may recall my ill-fated hop swap thread. I've got another Belgian in the works and hoping a kind soul out there would be willing to trade their fuggles, goldings or even Willamette hops for anything I've got. I know those types are like gold, but maybe something in my stash will be beneficial to someone.



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Old 05-01-2008, 09:47 PM   #2
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I think I can spare some fuggles but will have to check my stash when I get home. How much would you need and what do have to trade?



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Old 05-01-2008, 09:51 PM   #3
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I'd be happy to swap for as much fuggle as you can spare. Unfortunately, the only hops I have a surplus of right now are Galena and Mt. Hood. Brewing Belgians don't really require a high alpha hop like Galena and the Mt. Hood is all right, but I have too much of it.

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I've got Willamette, and I'd be happy to trade for some Galena.

PM me if you want to work something out.

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I've got Willamette, and I'd be happy to trade for some Galena.

PM me if you want to work something out.
Great, will do.

Edit: I forgot to mention that I have hop suey. Not sure if there would be a lot of takers for this. It's a mystery AA, but when I've used it before, I've noticed a pretty even blend of noble aromatic hops and bolder bittering hops. Just putting it out there.
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You can still buy willamette for $1.70/oz from freshops.com

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I checked my stash and I'm down to my last 4oz of fuggles, I could have sworn that I had a 1/2 pound still.... I must have brewed a few batches in my sleep or something So, sorry but I can't get rid of what little I still have.

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If you still need some, I have some Fuggles and Willamette that I would not mind swapping for some Mt. Hood.


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If you still need some, I have some Fuggles and Willamette that I would not mind swapping for some Mt. Hood.


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That sounds great. If you could PM me, we can swap all the necessary details. Thank you sir.
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would anyone like to trade some saaz I have magnum to offer



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