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Old 05-17-2012, 01:41 AM   #1
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Default Official Denver CMC Group Buy #6

Here's the deal, the Google Doc is up at the following link:

Sign-up Sheet for CMC Group Buy #6

Please add the appropriate information (columns A-F) to the document if you wish to be a part of this buy. The vital information from the first post, if you are to lazy to click back is as follows:

Colorado Malting Company Website.

Since Dahoov ordered a ton of grain last time, I have offered to take over planning the logistics for group grain buy #6. The info is mostly the same as last time, but here is the basic run-down:

The price break is at 1000 lbs. No further breaks are available. As an FYI the 5000 lb break is for commercial operations.

The price for all malted barley is 75 cents per lb or $37.50 per 50 lb sack.

The price for all malted wheat is 85 cents per lb or $42.50 per 50 lb sack.

Shipping is a flat $150 to the Denver Metro area (to be split by the total number of bags ordered).

I live in Boulder, but Dahoov has offered to host the delivery at his place again. This will allow for people to pick up their grain at their leisure. He works from home so scheduling pick up times should be easy.

After discussion about payment we agreed that it made more sense for one person to collect payment and give them one check. I am willing to collect the money and write the check. We can also open an escrow account but I don't know if there is a fee for this or how the logistics work. Suggestions how to handle payment are welcome.

A mid to late June delivery will give us plenty of time to get everything in order.

If people don't want a full sack, we can split them up for people at the house but we will need to make sure the orders total 50 lbs. The last of the grain that doesn't total 50 lbs will be dropped from the order.

Jason indicated they can do a special Belgian style malt in the 3-4 Lovibond range if there is enough interest. They malt in batches of 4000lbs but he said if we can come up with greater than 500 lbs he is confident he can sell the rest.

Originally Posted by Jason At CMC:

The Belgian Style Pale malt is similar to our standard Colorado Base Pale malt which is 2.0 - 2.5 L but the "Belgian Style" is 3.0 - 4.0 L which is slightly darker and a slight kiln modification is necessary to achieve the darker color in stage 2 and 3 of the kiln schedule.[/QUOTE]



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Should we set a deadline on this order?

Also, if someone finds this thread, they may not think anyone is interested. This is a new thread that started gaining steam here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f174/denver-cmc-group-grain-buy-6-a-288182/index3.html#post3761975

There's already 1,500 lbs requested.



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Should we set a deadline on this order?

Also, if someone finds this thread, they may not think anyone is interested. This is a new thread that started gaining steam here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f174/denver-cmc-group-grain-buy-6-a-288182/index3.html#post3761975

There's already 1,500 lbs requested.
Both good points, thanks!

will set a deadline on this eventually, but am waiting to ear back from Jason on how much lead time he needs on the order.
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I would like to get in for some grain, but I would not be able to make the trek down to Denver until the second weekend of July. Would that be a problem if Dahoov would have to hold onto 100-150 lbs of grain until then? I am about 2+ hours south west of Denver, so it is not cost effective for me to make a special trip just to pick up grain.

And could I make payment by paypal or mail in a check?

How about Marris Otter?

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I'm in for 100 lbs.

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I'm in for 100lbs as well

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I would like to get in for some grain, but I would not be able to make the trek down to Denver until the second weekend of July. Would that be a problem if Dahoov would have to hold onto 100-150 lbs of grain until then? I am about 2+ hours south west of Denver, so it is not cost effective for me to make a special trip just to pick up grain.

And could I make payment by paypal or mail in a check?

How about Marris Otter?
Well, that is entirely up to Dahoov. Your best bet would be to PM him and ask if he minds keeping it around for 3 or 4 weeks.

Payment by PayPal or check should be fine. I still have yet to work out the fine details on the best way to do that.

Marris Otter is made by a separate maltster. We are ordering from a Colorado maltser, not a distributor.
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Come on people!?!? really? only 2100 pounds? Musketear went too all the work to set it up lets buy some grain!

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Well I just found this thread. I have not been checking HBT much recently since I have been busy getting ready for summer glider flying. I NEED TO GO FLYING....BAD....REAL BAD.

I added a 100 lbs to the list. It may turn into more depending what my brew partner decides on.

As far as keeping grain stored for an extended time that will cost you some home brew. I prefer Blondes and Redheads, put I could be appeased with a Dirty Blonde. I figure 1 bottle per week is fair

I guess I better clean up the garage for the delivery.

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So, Jason says that they need a 2-3 week lead time for orders. We were aiming for a mid June delivery, so we are officially putting a deadline on this.

Everyone has through 5:00 pm on Memorial Day (Monday the 28th) to make or change their orders.

After that, I will submit the order with Jason and payment will be collected. Lets get to it, I was hoping we would have more than 2400 pounds!

PS - I will be kayaking the Grand Canyon, so unavailable after Tuesday. If you have any questions, feel free to ask before then. I will send out payment information and instructions just before I head out.



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