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Old 06-22-2013, 04:00 PM   #51
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Hey Stonebrewer,
I need a bag of Pils, but any way I can see whats available for the group buy? Any organic pils is available? If not, what about Franco-Belgique pils? Thanks man for doing this.
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I'll do 2 bags 2-row and if sweet cell is still looking to split a wheat I'm in. If not only the 2-row. Tnx stonebrewer!

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Stonebrewer: would you PM me the price list?

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@Stonebrewer: Do you think you could get a group buy for hops rolling as well? Just wondering since I've read in other posts that people did that.

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funny: If someone can identify a source, I will try. I get most of mine from Farmhouse and I am happy with the price, selection, packaging, and quality. I find bulk hops to generally be not as good an idea as grain as many varieties do not hold up well over time. I will ask our current supplier what he can do as well. The Chicago group seems to have a good source, but Bill has said on many occasions don't ask who his supplier is and I won't violate his wishes...

Over halfway through the buy now, in case anyone was wondering...

Heading to NHC the rest of the week...homebrew heaven awaits!

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funny: If someone can identify a source, I will try. I get most of mine from Farmhouse and I am happy with the price, selection, packaging, and quality. I find bulk hops to generally be not as good an idea as grain as many varieties do not hold up well over time. I will ask our current supplier what he can do as well. The Chicago group seems to have a good source, but Bill has said on many occasions don't ask who his supplier is and I won't violate his wishes...

Over halfway through the buy now, in case anyone was wondering...

Heading to NHC the rest of the week...homebrew heaven awaits!
Good point with the freshness of hops... I vacuum seal and freeze them after each use. I also like IPAs so I'm expecting to go through quite a lot of hops. I already have some bags of hops in the Farmhouse shopping cart so maybe I'll just do that instead. Thanks for your reply! Enjoy your NHC!!!
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stonebrewer: in addition to my bag of pils, please put me down for a bag of Rahr 2-row.

psbuckland: lemme confirm the wheat split with you on sunday... need to check inventory, my original request may be been premature.

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If it makes sense we could do a three way split of the wheat...I am probably low on wheat after the last dunkel I did...see ya tomorrow morning sweetcell!

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Sob, sniff sniff...waaah!!! Had to sell my tickets. I'd me on a train up tomorrow morning. Have fun guys!!

On a brighter note, my 25 gallon kettle just arrived. So, at least I got that going for me. And a big brew day (not with that kettle...yet) on Sunday.
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If it makes sense we could do a three way split of the wheat...I am probably low on wheat after the last dunkel I did...see ya tomorrow morning sweetcell!
I'd be down for a 3-way split of the wheat.
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