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Old 12-15-2009, 12:57 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - splitting hops direct order in Baltimore

I am going to make a buy (soon) from Hops Direct. I would like to split pounds(whole hops not pellets) with another(preferably) local brewer. I hope to buy Amarillo, Centennial, Chinook, Goldings, Fuggles, Magnum and Northern Brewer. Subject to change. I'm looking to keep about 1/2 pound of each variety. Let me know if you are interested. PM me please. Charlie
PS I live westside Baltimore

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Old 12-15-2009, 05:57 PM   #2
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I'd be in for 1/2 pound of something with higher alpha.

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Hey Do you only want a single 1/2 pound? I believe Magnum is the highest AA on my list. Where about do you live?

No one else?

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I live in Canton and work in Fell's Point. I also have a buddy that I work with who wants a few pounds of other stuff too, and I might be into 1/4 pound of something if we can make that happen. If nobody else chimes in within a few days I'll PM you to work it out. I have a foodsaver to help break stuff up.

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Old 12-17-2009, 08:06 PM   #5
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I live in Southern Md and i'd be in for a lb of magnum.

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Old 12-18-2009, 12:38 AM   #6
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I live in Halethorpe, and I'd be in. Wouldn't mind going in on some cascade as well.

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sounds good folks. Figure out what varieties and quantities you want. Cascade is doable. I guess amounts should be at least 1/4 lb or even better to keep it at 1/2lb for simplicity sakes.

I also have a vacuum sealer to keep it fresh.

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I live in Canton and work in Fell's Point. I also have a buddy that I work with who wants a few pounds of other stuff too, and I might be into 1/4 pound of something if we can make that happen. If nobody else chimes in within a few days I'll PM you to work it out. I have a foodsaver to help break stuff up.
Still interested??? We want to place this order soon...this week. Charlie
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Yeah - I'm just trying to nail down what by buddy wants to get - will let you know in a day or two.

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We want 1/2 lb amarillo, 1 lb cascade, 1/2 lb centennial, 1 lb magnum, 1/4 lb fuggle, and 1/4 lb golding. If the 1/4 pound hops will be a problem switch we'll cut out the goldings and take 1/2 lb fuggle instead of 1/4 lb.

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