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Old 12-31-2012, 06:08 PM   #11
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Here's my order:
3 X BD-MOPA
1 X BD-CR55
3 X BD-PILS

Thanks for organizing this, keepitcold.

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Old 01-02-2013, 01:44 AM   #12
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I think we should try and stick to one pallet so people can get the grain sooner then later. If we have to fill 84 bags its gonna take a while.

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Old 01-02-2013, 07:23 PM   #13
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Anyone want to split a sack of FB-PILS, BZ-SPLT (spelt malt), a/o fawcett optic or pearl?

Definitely in for an lb of HU-90AUGA (Aus. Galaxy).
Hops only come in 11lb bags.
Plus if we start ordering hops its gonna mess up the shipping scale and lower the possible amount of sacks they can fit on a palate

THANK YOU KEEPITCOLD!
Grabbing an order together and ill post it after work
How many sacks are we up to already?? Is there a google docs for this buy?
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Dang... Ordered hops through another buy, hoped it'd work on this one. Oh well. I'm out for the time being then.

Thanks, though, for setting it up, keepitcold! It's always appreciated.

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Dang... Ordered hops through another buy, hoped it'd work on this one. Oh well. I'm out for the time being then.

Thanks, though, for setting it up, keepitcold! It's always appreciated.

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If we cant fill up the palate im sure it will be fine and as always keepitcold has the last word so id wait to hear from him also.

Looking to split up a bag 2/3 ways of munich and carapils
Ill have the rest of my order later in the day

Also wont (42) 50pd sacks be 2100pds? pushing us into the next bracket??
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If we cant fill up the palate im sure it will be fine and as always keepitcold has the last word so id wait to hear from him also.

Looking to split up a bag 2/3 ways of munich and carapils
Ill have the rest of my order later in the day

Also wont (42) 50pd sacks be 2100pds? pushing us into the next bracket??
We are in the 2000> bracket already.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:23 PM   #17
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Can you included me on your list for the next order? I need to start stocking up on grain. Thank you

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I listed a full sack of CMC Rye Malt, CM-RYEM, but I'd be willing to split it if anybody's interested.

And the single pallet does make sense. C'mon folks, get your orders in!

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Old 01-06-2013, 08:55 PM   #19
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If we cant fill up the palate im sure it will be fine and as always keepitcold has the last word so id wait to hear from him also.

Looking to split up a bag 2/3 ways of munich and carapils
Ill have the rest of my order later in the day

Also wont (42) 50pd sacks be 2100pds? pushing us into the next bracket??
If nobody else wants to split a sack of Munich, I could split mine with you. I can totally use a full sack, but if I only have half a sack, I won't feel like I have to add Munich to every recipe!
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I'm in for a sack of fb-pils. Thanks again for setting this up!

-Sebastian

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