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Old 08-29-2011, 02:58 PM   #141
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6 sacks to go... If anyone is looking to pick up some light to medium crystal or munich I'd love to go partials with anyone. PM or just post on here. Brand is not a issue to me.

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Old 09-01-2011, 12:47 AM   #142
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6 sacks to go... If anyone is looking to pick up some light to medium crystal or munich I'd love to go partials with anyone. PM or just post on here. Brand is not a issue to me.

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I will join you in some crystal, what do you have in mind????

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Old 09-01-2011, 04:01 AM   #143
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I'd split a bag of munich with you... or even 1/4 if others are interested. But if not, I'll split it with you...

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Old 09-01-2011, 12:39 PM   #144
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mcgeary - initially I was thinking GW C15 or C75 so either of them would work(I can also go with 30 or 40 too). I'm also good with 1/4 or 1/3 if others are interested, but 1/2 would be alright as well.

stblindtiger - I'm good with splitting some munich with you and others. I've used Gambrinus before and really liked it, even though it is a little more expensive.

Let me know what you all think...

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Old 09-01-2011, 04:03 PM   #145
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Add a bag of CM-RYEM to my order Tom. So my order as a whole will look like this

1x CM-RYEM
1x BZ-PILS
1x BD-MOPA
1/3 x BD-VIEN

Then I'm done. Once you add this let me know and I'll confirm with my phone number.

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Old 09-01-2011, 06:34 PM   #146
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ok fine... twist my arm... In an effort to get this pallet filled I'll add a sack..

1 x BD-MOPA

I'm not quite positive where I'll be storing 9.5 sacks of grain and I'm pretty sure the SWMBO will flip ****, but I'll deal with that after I cart it all home.

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Old 09-01-2011, 07:18 PM   #147
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If the order isn't filled, I'd be interested in 3 sacks. Need to know your usually pickup time though. Is it Saturdays day(yea!) or eve or any day of the week?

1x CM-SPIL
1x CM-PALE
1x CM-2ROW

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Old 09-01-2011, 07:32 PM   #148
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ok fine... twist my arm... In an effort to get this pallet filled I'll add a sack..

1 x BD-MOPA

I'm not quite positive where I'll be storing 9.5 sacks of grain and I'm pretty sure the SWMBO will flip ****, but I'll deal with that after I cart it all home.
You are welcome to store it at my house. I will take real good care of them. They may be lighter when you get them back though
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Old 09-01-2011, 10:27 PM   #149
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If my count is right there is 1 sack left for the 3rd.

stblindtiger, if you and I take 1/2 munich each we are on our way. I'm good with any munich. LET ME KNOW ASAP so we don't miss out. Thanks

McGeary, I'd prefer to go 1/2 munich. There's so much more to do with that. 27.5# of crystal will last me a decade!!!

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If my count is right there is 1 sack left for the 3rd.

stblindtiger, if you and I take 1/2 munich each we are on our way. I'm good with any munich. LET ME KNOW ASAP so we don't miss out. Thanks

McGeary, I'd prefer to go 1/2 munich. There's so much more to do with that. 27.5# of crystal will last me a decade!!!
If you don't get a response, I'll split that Munich with you.
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