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Old 10-08-2012, 04:06 AM   #1
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It's time again for another grain buy.

Prices
Check here for prices. Actual cost will be provided at time of order. Last time shipping was around $4/bag.
To see the catalog, go to:http://www.countrymaltgroup.com/download.asp?f=f6
The password is "greatmalt".

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My house in Pearland

How it works:
Use the following spreadsheet to submit what you want, but also post here to help drive activity.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AtPXgv1detm_dDhUeHE4d194RFU2UHVHeHdSSHZSW Wc
I got the spreadsheet from the New England Group Buy so there may be adjustments. I also haven't updated the prices yet so there may be updates to the estimates. Please email me at with your name and HBT username when you add something to the spreadsheet.

If you would like to split a bag add it to the spreadsheet and post that you are interested in a split (50/50, 3rd bag, 1/4 bag) here. Nothing less than 1/4 increments and you must buy at least 1 full bag to participate.

Once the buy is complete I will request a quote and then update the spreadsheet with the actual pricing we receive and send out a request for payment. After all of the payments are received I'll place the order. I'll send out an email when the grain is supposed to be here and ask for folks to pick it up. Please do your best to pick up the grain on the day it is delivered. I can make a few exceptions, but it is a lot of effort to move this many bags around.

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Payment will be through PayPal or Cashier Check/Money Order. I prefer PayPal to speed the process along. If you choose to use please do not use the gift option. I've gotten away with it in the past, but I don't want to mess with threats to cancel my account. Please also factor in the fees when sending money. You have to pay the fees on your side. If you're not comfortable with PayPal then I'll accept cashier checks/money orders as well, but this will take more time.
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I'll open with a bag of 2-row and a bag of MO. I'll add to the spreadsheet when I get access.

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1 bag of each of these base grains:
BD-MOPA
BZ-PILS
CM-SPIL
CM-2ROW
TF-GPRM
TF-HALC
TF-PRL

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I'll try to approve access as soon as possible, but it's not the easiest thing to do on a phone so it may wait until the next time I'm on my home computer.

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1x FB-PILS --French/Belgium Pilsen

Looking to split .5 bag of:
BZ-VIEN --German Vienna
TF-MOPA --Extra English Marris Otter (great replacement for American 2-row)

Spreadsheet updated.

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I will take a full bag of MO, just used a bunch yesterday.

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1x FB-PILS --French/Belgium Pilsen

Looking to split .5 bag of:
BZ-VIEN --German Vienna
TF-MOPA --Extra English Marris Otter (great replacement for American 2-row)

Spreadsheet updated.
Mostly posting to stay subscribed, but I'll take the other half of the Vienna should it go unclaimed.
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btw, if you don't find something on the spreadsheet that is in the catalog then let me know. I'll update the spreadsheet. It has most of the grain types, but not all of them.

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