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Old 05-22-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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Default Sold - E Kent Golding Hops

Our club purchased several pounds of E. K. Golding 4.5 % pellet hops. We have 3lbs left. Anyone interested they are $17.00 plus shipping. These are pellet hops. They are stored in zip lock freezer bags and have been frozen since our purchase. We recieved these hops early this year. They were in vacuum sealed 11 lb bags We are selling lbs only.

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Whole, plug or pellet?
How are they packaged (not quanity, actual packaging, ie foodsaver, or the special UV type bags the LHBS uses)

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How are they packaged (not quanity, actual packaging, ie foodsaver, or the special UV type bags the LHBS uses)

They are pellet hops stored in zip lock freezer bags and have been frozen since our purchase
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I just re-read and noticed the pellet in the description, Duh (facepalm)
i'm in for a pound. Do you take paypal?

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2008, I'm assuming, right?

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I am not sure to be honest.


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Kinda makes a difference (at least to me). unless there dated for sure ther's no real way to confirm actual 2008 but if you got them pre fall of 2008 then they're definately not 2008 crop.

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We received them early this year. They came in vacuum sealed 11 lb bags.
Thats all I know

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I just re-read and noticed the pellet in the description, Duh (facepalm)
i'm in for a pound. Do you take paypal?
Let me know if you want to split this
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I'd say it's safe to assume 2008 crop then.
Payment sending now....

RC0032 - I'll split it with you. We'll settle up during pick-up for the bulk buy.

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