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Old 09-03-2012, 05:12 PM   #81
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I'm getting ready for the next one as well. 55lbs of base malt seemed like it'd be a lot, but it goes quickly for sure.

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Old 09-04-2012, 02:43 AM   #82
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Okay, Barooze and bogwart PM me so I know if I already know you. I'm tired of guessing.

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Old 09-06-2012, 03:10 AM   #83
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I'm getting ready for the next one as well. 55lbs of base malt seemed like it'd be a lot, but it goes quickly for sure.
I'll be close to the same position after brewing some big beers in the next month or two. I've got to get some 1.100+ beers in first though.
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I'm in for a couple sacks next round.

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Old 09-13-2012, 11:24 PM   #85
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Me too, me too!

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I am in for several as well.

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I'd like to get several.

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Well, it had to happen, but I finally ran out of two row. I thought it'd take a long time to go through 55lbs of base malt, but apparently not. It has been SO NICE to mix up a batch from the malt I have on hand here at home (including the specialty malts I have here as well) and the hops that I've been buying in bulk. I'm ready for the next grain buy and I might have to go for some more this round!

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Well, it had to happen, but I finally ran out of two row. I thought it'd take a long time to go through 55lbs of base malt, but apparently not. It has been SO NICE to mix up a batch from the malt I have on hand here at home (including the specialty malts I have here as well) and the hops that I've been buying in bulk. I'm ready for the next grain buy and I might have to go for some more this round!
Awesome! You'll definitely need a sack of rye this time!
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