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Old 03-27-2013, 02:44 PM   #1371
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Okay a couple quick questions for the new group buy. Does anyone know what the levibond is on the Weyermann light and dark Munich malt is, looked on their site and couldn't figure out exactly since they don't list it as light or dark munich. Also is PBW going to be available like before, I know it is not at the same pick up spot, but wasn't clear if we were still going to have cleaners and adjuncts available at reduced prices. One last thing did anything get worked out as special buys on yeast and hops? Thanks for the hard work guys.

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Old 03-27-2013, 03:22 PM   #1372
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Okay a couple quick questions for the new group buy. Does anyone know what the levibond is on the Weyermann light and dark Munich malt is, looked on their site and couldn't figure out exactly since they don't list it as light or dark munich....
I can partially answer your first question.

Per Annapolis Home Brew's grain list:
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Weyermann Munich 
Type 1   5.1–6.9 °L
Type 2   8.1–9.9 °L
Weyermann themselves list in their (pdf) catalog on page 29:
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Certified organic Munich Malt
      EBC      Lovibond
 I  12 - 18   5.1 - 7.3
II  20 - 25   8.1 - 9.9
Can we assume Type 1 is "light" and Type 2 is "dark"? They're both pretty light.

Compare this with Briess' Munich 10 and 20, respective of their °Lovibond.
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Old 03-27-2013, 03:27 PM   #1373
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Can we assume Type 1 is "light" and Type 2 is "dark"? They're both pretty light.

Compare this with Briess' Munich 10 and 20, respective of their °Lovibond.
Thanks this is kinda what I was assuming too.
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Old 03-29-2013, 02:35 PM   #1374
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Okay a couple quick questions for the new group buy. Does anyone know what the levibond is on the Weyermann light and dark Munich malt is, looked on their site and couldn't figure out exactly since they don't list it as light or dark munich. Also is PBW going to be available like before, I know it is not at the same pick up spot, but wasn't clear if we were still going to have cleaners and adjuncts available at reduced prices. One last thing did anything get worked out as special buys on yeast and hops? Thanks for the hard work guys.
Lovibond question answered I think.

I will talk to him about PBW. Stefin had a jug of it, maybe if he buys grain he can bring it over and I can distro for him, or I can look into getting some. I have 3 bags of it right now, so it wasn't a priority item. For that matter, I have 4-5 sacks of grain, but I like to keep that pipe well filled as I brew 10G at a time which eats about half a sack at a time.

No special buys on yeast and hops yet. Will look into it and discuss, but focus for first buy is grain. Have asked about DME and crystal, still waiting on answers.
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Old 03-29-2013, 02:49 PM   #1375
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Okay thanks. And thanks for taking the lead on this new group buy.

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Old 03-29-2013, 06:48 PM   #1376
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Lovibond question answered I think.

I will talk to him about PBW. Stefin had a jug of it, maybe if he buys grain he can bring it over and I can distro for him, or I can look into getting some. I have 3 bags of it right now, so it wasn't a priority item. For that matter, I have 4-5 sacks of grain, but I like to keep that pipe well filled as I brew 10G at a time which eats about half a sack at a time.

No special buys on yeast and hops yet. Will look into it and discuss, but focus for first buy is grain. Have asked about DME and crystal, still waiting on answers.
will gladly part with much PBW

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Second buy thread is now open, in case you want to start getting your orders in or missed the first one. Go here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f174/dc-...uy-2-a-401850/

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I have found some ball lock kegs for $40 apiece if we can get 10 or more together. If you are interested, PM me and I will set something up if there is enough interest. I think we will need 10 kegs to get the $40 price as they are going for $45 apiece. The guy has at least 100 of them...I have 10 already but would be willing to buy 2 for S&G.

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Kudos to stonebrewer for putting together the successful first "new" group buy! It was great to meet you and chat about brew & world travel.

It's fantastic this will still be an option in the DC area! Hope there is interest in keeping this going. From the way I see it, that went off without a hitch!

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The keg guy was a nut job who kept promising to meet up and then changed plans and then stopped replying altogether. So for now, we can't get any. I will keep looking and let you know if I find anything.

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