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Old 01-31-2009, 08:59 PM   #1
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I just got my tax return, and with the 40% off coupon I got for working a festival this year, I went a little nuts.

300 lb. 2 row
1 bag american oak cubes.
2 bags french oak chips
two packets notty
six packets safale 05.
WL - Abbey, Cali V, and Golden Ale yeast

Cascade - 1 lb.
Amarillo - 1 lb 2 0z.
Tett - 10 oz.
Simcoe - 12 oz.
Galena - 4 oz.
Centennial - 1 lb.
Ahtanam - 2 oz.
Chinook - 4 oz.
Northern Brewer - 4 oz.
saaz - 8 oz.
Hallertau - 6 oz.
Vanguard - 2 oz.
warrior - 2 oz.
brambling cross - 2 oz.

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Old 01-31-2009, 09:07 PM   #2
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LMAO!


sweet. where is the pic of the grains?
what, wouldn't fit on the counter?


good thing ya got pellets ehh? i think that much whole hops would require a dedicated hp fridge!

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Old 01-31-2009, 09:09 PM   #3
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sweet. where is the pic of the grains?
what, wouldn't fit on the counter?


good thing ya got pellets ehh? i think that much whole hops would require a dedicated hp fridge!
I actually prefer using pellet hops, so it works out.

The grain I get in a certificate format. So I have a certificate I take in and they just subtract it when I pick it up. It saves me from having to store it and mill it myself.
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Old 01-31-2009, 09:15 PM   #4
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you're the reason home brew mart had no hops yesterday!

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Old 01-31-2009, 09:19 PM   #5
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you're the reason home brew mart had no hops yesterday!
No! I just got this today! I'm the reason they're pretty much out of Amarillo right now.
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Old 01-31-2009, 09:34 PM   #6
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ha. I didn't know they do 'grain certificates'. if I ever get off my ass go all grain that will be quite convenient

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ha. I didn't know they do 'grain certificates'. if I ever get off my ass go all grain that will be quite convenient
Yeah. Anything over 50 pounds is like 65 cents a pound, I believe. I like that better than having to store and crush my own grain.
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How many batches (5 gal batches) can you get out of that?

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How many batches (5 gal batches) can you get out of that?
Using 10 gal of base grain for a 5 gal batch as a general rule, I figure at least 30 good brews. Brew on!
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Sweet dude. That is a great deal

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