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Old 01-17-2013, 06:45 PM   #41
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Thanks for the details Keepitcold.

Split a sack of Munich and Carapils with Johnnyhitch1

Awesome thanks again!
My order is going to be
1 - BM5298 Briess 2-row
1 - BDMOPA Bairds Marris Otter

and will be splitting with Norie_

1 - BM5337 Breiss Munich Light
1 - BM5347 Breiss Carapils

Want to get these in for now. Might add another sack or 2 if we dont hit the 42
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:48 PM   #42
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Split bags I'm invovled with:

CM-SPIL Jon_TWR and kroach01
GW-C40 Jon_TWR, kroach01 and Norie_
GW-C120 Jon_TWR, kroach01 and Norie_
BD-RSTB Jon_TWR, kroach01 and Norie_

These are all good to go, so be sure to include them on the order. Thanks again for organizing it!
Confirmed ;-)
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:51 PM   #43
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Also, Norie and I are still splitting BD-CHLT

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:10 AM   #44
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How many bags are we up to on the pallet?

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Old 01-22-2013, 02:11 PM   #45
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How many bags are we up to on the pallet?
last time he posted said it was about half full.
keepitcold has been inactive for a week now....hope this buy goes thru.

If and when you see this KEEPITCOLD. I suggest putting the google docs spreadsheet link up so we can all edit and confirm orders to speed this up a little bit.
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Cider: Grapfelwine, Apfelwine, Cranfelwine, Applejack
Beer: NZ Brett (BD:9/16/12)
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:23 PM   #46
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last time he posted said it was about half full.
keepitcold has been inactive for a week now....hope this buy goes thru.

If and when you see this KEEPITCOLD. I suggest putting the google docs spreadsheet link up so we can all edit and confirm orders to speed this up a little bit.
keepitcold organized one of these about a year ago, and he did a great job. I'm sure he'll do just as good of a job this time.

Though I'd like to at least be able to see the Google doc, that's for sure.
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Old 01-23-2013, 03:21 PM   #47
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Glad to see I am not the only one feeling restless. It would be nice to see a Google doc. If we are just a few sacks shy of a pallet I would consider adding another sack to my order just to get things moving.

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Hi everyone,
Glad I found a group buy that I hope is going to happen. If we can get a gDoc of everything as it stands I'd be down with helping out people on their partial orders as I'm just starting to get into the idea of buying my ingredients in bulk.

Side note if anyone has any resources about what buys will give me the biggest varients as far as recipes go I would be very greatfull.

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hey folks I have been out of town and didn't have time for any updates as we stand now 34 sacks 8 left to be filled here is the google doc

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...EtlN2EydWNZTVE

let me know if its all correct.

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Hi everyone,
Glad I found a group buy that I hope is going to happen. If we can get a gDoc of everything as it stands I'd be down with helping out people on their partial orders as I'm just starting to get into the idea of buying my ingredients in bulk.

Side note if anyone has any resources about what buys will give me the biggest varients as far as recipes go I would be very greatfull.
Get some base malts: 2row, pilsner malt, Maris otter, etc. It depends on the kind of beer you like. Look at some recipes and see what is similar in all of them and then get that in bulk.
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