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Old 01-17-2010, 12:57 AM   #1
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Default Metro Milwaukee Area Group Grain Buy

So I stopped by cookiebagg's shop today to pick up some buckets (THANKS FOR THE HOPS TOO MAN!!!!) And we were discussing a group grain buy. He has a dock so we could have it shipped up from Illinois for $85. Looking at the Price sheet for 2010 I am seriously considering a major purchase.

Anyone else interested? PM Me if you are.


JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS - I AM NOT MESSING WITH SHIPPING GRAINS - IF YOU CAN'T DRIVE TO MILWAUKEE TO PICK UP GRAINS DON'T ASK ME TO SHIP. SORRY!

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Old 01-17-2010, 01:00 AM   #2
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Reading over the price sheet we could do a Group Hop Buy too.....

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I don't need anything right now- but in the future, I'd love to do a group grain buy. I just bought another 50# sack, so I'm all set for at least three months.

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Old 01-17-2010, 04:12 AM   #4
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Just got Bernie and his friend 8 bags. I've still got about 60lb so I'm good unless you buy in some specialty grain.

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I was thinking specialty Grains as well as others.

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Jeff, can you post the link to the price sheet you're looking at?

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I've been hopping that someone would do a bulk buy in Wisconsin. I'd be down for a few bags, and possibly splitting some specialties.

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I'm good for the time being but would be interested in the future.

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This link gives you the public pricing

http://www.countrymaltgroup.com/pdf/2008_HomeBrewCatalog.pdf

Keep in mind if over 1000# of grain are ordered the price goes down by almost half on most types of grain.

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I was thinking specialty Grains as well as others.
I just reloaded on base malts but would be interested in the future. We should try to keep this same thread open and bump it each time.

I would be interested in specialty grains or hops if that develops. I have a vaccuum sealer for splitting bags of hops.
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