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Old Yesterday, 09:03 PM   #181
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Thanks for the add.

And I'm in MoCo, those bags are 5 cents each man! Pricey stuff! j/k I'll steal some from the gf's stash. Or maybe just head up to Fredneck to do some shopping.
They charge for bags there? Whoa! There's no grocery bag worth paying money for, even those from Wegmans, since their pricing makes up for it hundredfold.

Hey, don't go out of your way, you only have one split, at least so far.

I'll ask my wife to stash a few more next time she's shopping again. She deserves the <big hug> from you guys, without her there would have been very few bags all those buys....

We generally shop with those woven reusable bags with straps that can hold a full carboy.
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Old Yesterday, 09:14 PM   #182
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MoCo charges 5 cents per bag as a tax. We've got a ton of those reusable shopping bags. My favorite one to use is the one from the local gun shop

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+1 on not liking Montgomery County. I hate living here, trying to move!

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I love moco!!!

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I love moco!!!
At least one is staying
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Another pic of stand coming together. Two more support legs and then the top. Then it's on to burner and plumbing mounting.

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Actually, I just checked and they are about the same price...only the varietal is $15...the bittering can is $12.95. I have bought this somewhere else as well but can't remember where...small shop in WA state I think that sells only hops. <EDIT> Found it...yakimavalleyhops...same price, $22 a can.
So I ordered the Cascade varietal vials (x2) from Hoptech and a 100 can of Hopshot from Yakima Valley Hops.
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