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Old 07-11-2013, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy grain in quantities under 1lb?

I used to be a big fan of a certain vendor who provided software to build a recipe on the site and choose specific amounts of grain (in quantities as small as an ounce). Due to poor customer service and a compromised credit card, I no longer shop here.

Are there any vendors that offer a similar way to buy grain? I have a few recipes that call for 4-5 different malts, some in 2 or 3oz increments.

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Old 07-11-2013, 05:04 PM   #2
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Austin Homebrew allows you to buy by the ounce. Not sure if they have a recipe builder.

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brewmaster warehouse has a great recipe builder and increments as low as 1oz

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brewmaster warehouse has a great recipe builder and increments as low as 1oz
That was my initial vendor, but thanks for the suggestion.
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Why not just buy a lb and keep the rest for next time? It's only a couple dollars.

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