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Old 01-07-2008, 07:32 PM   #1
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Not sure how this could work but if anyone has hops that they are not going to use but could use a different variety they can not get perhaps we could start a swap thread.

For example i have some perle and tett that i am not going to use in the near future and if someone has some fuggle or kent goldings i need an oz for a mild, then we could trade.

Tettenager
perle
amarillo
sterling
galena
cascade
Willamitte
Simcoe

all in pellet form.

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Old 01-07-2008, 07:38 PM   #2
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Puh-puh-puh---pellets?

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I've got some hallertau and/or some centennial I'd trade for some galena...

EDIT: Their all pellets

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PM if anyone's interested in Magnum pellets...

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1+ pound of pelletized Hallertau. 6.0%AA

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Puh-puh-puh---pellets?

Yeah i didnt get a foodsaver until this christmas so fresh hops would have been a pain in the ass.
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i REALLY need some tettananger, and would be willing to trade! i have fuggle in pellets and e. kent golding in whole! i'll see what else i have when i get home. i've been stocking up, but can't seem to find tettnanger anywhere.

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I have a pound of..
The East Kent Goldings 4.0%
Fuggles 4.0%
Tett 4.5%
and Cascade 6.0%
My LHBS doesnt move alot of hops So I bet they still have a ton. If any one is interested I will go there tomorrow and take inventory.

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I have a pound of..
The East Kent Goldings 4.0%
Fuggles 4.0%
Tett 4.5%
and Cascade 6.0%
My LHBS doesnt move alot of hops So I bet they still have a ton. If any one is interested I will go there tomorrow and take inventory.
You might want to guard those cascades with your life. VERY hard to find here in a bit.
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Most hops I have the right amount of each. However, I've got a boat load of Galena, a good amount of Mt. Hood and a pound and a half of hop suey. Anyone have some Cascade or weird (obscure) hops like Warrior or some of those odd ball ones I've heard about being used in asian styled beers?

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