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Default SYRACUSE, NY - ROUND 5 Group Grain Buy

ORDER CLOSED

OK here is the deal:

1. Need 84 sacks to order.
2. People would have to come and pick up their bags at the drop off location (near Syracuse, NY).
3. Payment will be done through paypal, and will be required up front, once the order is secured.
4. Individuals who do not pay within two weeks will forfeit their right to their grain purchase and will not be allowed to participate in the grain buys until further notice.


We buy directly through NCM - this means that we will get true wholesale bulk pricing!
~$30 2Row + shipping (~$4-6)
~$40 Marris Otter + shipping (~$4-6)

To see the catalog, go to:http://www.countrymaltgroup.com/download.asp?f=f6
The password is "greatmalt".

Use 4000#+ pricing


Pricing
For pricing, this is an estimate. Plan for about $4-6 per bag for shipping cost and (no tax) on your portion of the order. The prices should be pretty darn close but may vary slightly.

I will keep track and let you know roughly what you are in for $$wise.

NEW PAYMENT OPTIONS

For this buy we will be using two online payment services and will also allow mailed certified checks for payment. However, WE ARE NO LONGER USING PAYPAL FOR PAYMENTS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED

Payment option 1 (online payment):

AMAZON- https://payments.amazon.com/sdui/sdui/personal/money.

1. Set up the payment ability on your amazon.com account (follow links instructions)
2. I will provide you my email address for payment.
3. Once you send payment PM or post on the forum to let me know how you paid.

CHASE(https://www.chase.com/online/services/quickpay.htm).

1. Set up the payment ability on your chase checking account (follow links instructions). If you don't have a chase checking account it will cost you a fee to send money.
2. I will provide you my email address for payment.
3. Once you send payment PM or post on the forum to let me know how you paid.

Payment option 2 (snail mail payment):

1. Once the order pricing is confirmed you send a certified check or money order.
2. No personal checks unless they are cleared with me - they delay the order placing by 3-5 days

Payments will be collected once we have secured 84 bags (or we decide to process an order with less). If you have any issues with the payment methods please PM me. If you do not make payment within 2 weeks from the time actual pricing is provided you forfeit your right to buy your grain and to participate in the Syracuse grain buys until further notice. Not trying to be a jerk, but seriously, if you can't make payment within 2 weeks then don't participate. It slows down the order and it is detrimental to the group.

After that, CidahMastah takes over and handles out the delivery end of things, which will be at his home address unless otherwise noted (if you know a place of business that we could have the shipment delivered to that has a loading dock PM CidahMastah). CidahMastah will keep us all updated on when it is to arrive, when you should show up to get it, and all that jazz. You, as the buyer, are responsible for picking up your grain or for making arrangements for someone else to pick up and hold your grain for you.

FOR SPLIT SACKS: Work out the details with your partners. Bring something to put your share in, weigh it out on site, and take your portion. Or, one of you picks up the whole sack and deal with the splitting on your own time. Whatever. That's your decision to make with your splitting partners.

For reference: a 5 gallon bucket, depending on the type of grain, will just about hold half of a 55 lb sack.

Thanks!
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ROUND 5 - ORDER CLOSED- 9/1/2011


New Order has opened up (ROUND 5). I will award people their place in the order by the time frame that they contacted me. If we get to two pallets, we get a discount on shipping.

CURRENT STATUS:
1. (COMPLETED) Collected 64 sacks of grain
2. (COMPLETED)Our request for quote (RFQ) has been made
3. (COMPLETED)We hear back from the buyer on actual cost (COMPLETED) I pass out the actual cost to everyone
4. (PENDING)Everybody pays up (the order will NOT ship until everyone has paid via the approved payment methods listed)
5. (PENDING)Once payed up (following the paypal instructions on page one of this thread) - the order will ship.
6. (PENDING) CidahMastah will let everyone know when the shipment is to arrive (PENDING) and where it is shipping to (PENDING) , when to pick it up(PENDING) .
7. (PENDING)We all slap high five and say job well done.
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Total Bags = 66 Need at least 57


Buffalo Brewer - TF-MOPA x1
Buffalo Brewer - BZ-PILS x1
Buffalo Brewer - CM-2ROW x1
CBK - CM-2ROW x1
CBK - TF-MOPA x1
Cidahmastah - TF-MOPA x1
Cidahmastah - BD-MOPA x1
Cidahmastah - BZ-PILS x1
Rustbucket - CM-2ROW x2
Rustbucket - GW-VIEN x1
rustbucket - BD - PALE x 1
rustbucket - BD - MOPA x 1
drocu - CM-2ROW x 1
Stunsm - CM-2ROW x 2
Stunsm - BD-MOPA x 1
Stunsm - TF-MOPA x 1
Twogunz - BZ-VIEN x 1
Twogunz - BD-MOPA x 1
Buffalo Brewr:
Jason - BD-MOPA x 1
Andy U - BD-MOPA x 1
Andy U - CM-2ROW x 1
Matt - BD-MOPA x 1
Matt - CM-2ROW x 1
Jeff - BZ-MUNH x 1
Jeff - BZ-VIEN x 1
Kate - CM-2ROW x 1
JeffB418 - BD-MOPA x2
JeffB418 - TF-OPTC x1
JeffB418 - CM-2ROW x2
JeffB418 - CM‐MUNH x 1
jbsengineer - 1 x GW-PALE
jbsengineer - 1 x CM-2ROW
jbsengineer - 1 x BZ-PILS
Smashing - 2 x CM-2ROW
Mparsons327 - 6 x CM-2ROW
Copyright1977 - BD-VIEN
gergelgat x 2 CM-2ROW


Completed Splits:
1. GW-C60 - 1/3 (CidahMastah, copyright1997, CBK)
2. GW-C15 - 1/3 (CidahMastah, copyright1997, rustbucket)
3. BD-VIEN - 1/2 (JeffB418, buffalo brewer)
4. TF-RSTB - 1/3 (rustbucket, cidahmastah, bierhaus15)
5. TF-PCHO Pale Choc 1/3 (bierhaus15 [.33] , rustbucket [.33], Drocu [.11], jhenderson [.11], copyright1977 [.11])
6. GW-C40 - 1/3 (Copyright1997, rustbucket, drocu)
7. GP-FLWHT - 1/3 (jhenderson27, twogunz, Copyright1997)
8. TF-BRWN Brown Malt 1/3 (bierhaus15, cidahmastah, twogunz[.165], jhenderson27[.165]
9. TF-RSTB - 1/3 (twogunz [.47], drocu [.33], jhenderson [.20])
10. BZ-CRPL - 1/3 Caramel Malt Pils (Copyright1997, drocu Mparsons327)
11. BZ-ARO - aromatic malt - 1/4 (CidahMastah [.25], copyright1997[.25], twogunz[.25], jhenderson27[.125]; Smashing [.125])
12. GP‐FLCRN 1/4 (Copyright1977, jhenderson, cidahmastah, jeffb418)
13. CM-RYEM - 1/3 (twogunz[.33], copyright1977[.33], cidahmastah [.165], rustbucket[.165])
14. FB-CHOC - 1/3 (rustbucket, drocu, smashing)
15. GW-C60 - 1/2 (Smashing, drocu)
16. CM-WHET - .5 (Copyright1997, JeffB418)
17. GP‐FLRCE 1/4 (Copyright1977 [.5], jhenderson [.25], cidahmastah [.25])
18. TF-AMBR - 1/3 (Mparsons327, CBK, copyright)


Cleaning Supplies:
1. (5S-STAR4) 4 x 1 gallon case $118 (Cidahmastah, CBK, Buffalo Brewer, Copyright)
2. (5S-PBW50) 50 pound pail $125 (CidahMastah, Buffalobrewer, Copyright, drocu, Jhenderson, Jeffb418, jbsengineer )
3. (5S-STAR4) 4 x 1 gallon case $118 (Jhenderson, drocu, twogunz, jbsengineer)



REQUESTED SPLITS:
1. GP-FLBR - 1/3 (Rustbucket) - needs 2 *would consider 1/4*

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lbs and oz for pick up chart:
Buyer Item Quantity Bag Weight Share Total
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CidahMastah TF-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
CidahMastah BZ-PILS 1 55 55lbs
CidahMastah GW-C60 0.334 50 16.5lbs
CidahMastah GW-C15 0.334 50 16.5lbs
CidahMastah TF-RSTB 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
CidahMastah TF-BRWN 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
CidahMastah BZ-ARO 0.25 55 13lbs 12oz
CidahMastah GP-FLCRN 0.25 50 12lbs 8oz
CidahMastah BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
CidahMastah CM-RYEM 0.165 55 9lbs 1 oz
CidahMastah GP-FLRCE 0.25 55 13lbs 12oz
CidahMastah StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
CidahMastah PBW 7lbs 2oz
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Buffalo Brewer TF-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer BZ-PILS 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer BD-VIEN 0.5 55 27.5lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Jason BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Andy CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Andy BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Matt BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Matt CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Jeff BZ-MUNH 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Jeff BZ-VIEN 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer - Kate CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
Buffalo Brewer StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
Buffalo Brewer PBW 7lbs 2oz
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Bierhaus15 TF-PCHO 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
Bierhaus15 TF-RSTB 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
Bierhaus15 TF-BRWN 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
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jhenderson27 GP-FLWHT 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
jhenderson27 TF-RSTB 0.2 55 11lbs
jhenderson27 BZ-ARO 0.125 55 6lbs 14oz
jhenderson27 GP-FLCRN 0.25 50 12lbs 8oz
jhenderson27 TF-PCHO 0.114 55 6lbs 4oz
jhenderson27 TF-BRWN 0.165 55 9lbs 1 oz
jhenderson27 GP-FLRCE 0.25 55 13lbs 12oz
jhenderson27 PBW 7lbs 2oz
jhenderson 27 StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
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copyright1997 GW-C60 0.334 50 16.5lbs
copyright1997 GW-C15 0.334 50 16.5lbs
copyright1997 BZ-VIEN 1 55 55lbs
copyright1997 GW-C40 0.334 50 16.5lbs
copyright1997 BZ-CRPL 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
copyright1997 GP-FLWHT 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
copyright1997 BZ-ARO 0.25 55 13lbs 12oz
copyright1997 GP-FLCRN 0.25 50 12lbs 8oz
copyright1997 TF-PCHO 0.114 55 6lbs 4oz
copyright1997 CM-RYEM 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
copyright1997 GP-FLRCE 0.5 55 27.5lbs
copyright1997 CM-WHET 0.5 55 27.5lbs
copyright1997 TF-AMBR 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
copyright1997 StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
copyright1997 PBW 7lbs 2oz
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CBK CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
CBK TF-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
CBK GW-C60 0.334 50 16.5lbs
CBK TF-AMBR 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
CBK StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
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rustbucket CM-2ROW 2 55 110lbs
rustbucket GW-VIEN 1 50 50lbs
rustbucket BD-PALE 1 55 55lbs
rustbucket BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
rustbucket GW-C15 0.334 50 16.5lbs
rustbucket TF-RSTB 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
rustbucket TF-PCHO 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
rustbucket GW-C40 0.334 50 16.5lbs
rustbucket FB-CHOC 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
rustbucket CM-RYEM 0.165 55 9lbs 1 oz
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TwoGunz TF-BRWN 0.165 55 9lbs 1 oz
TwoGunz BD-VIEN 1 55 55lbs
TwoGunz BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
TwoGunz TF-RSTB 0.47 55 25lbs 13oz
TwoGunz GP-FLWHT 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
TwoGunz BZ-ARO 0.25 55 13lbs 12oz
TwoGunz CM-RYEM 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
Twogunz StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
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drocu CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
drocu TF-RSTB 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
drocu GW-C40 0.334 50 16.5lbs
drocu BZ-CRPL 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
drocu TF-PCHO 0.114 55 6lbs 4oz
drocu FB-CHOC 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
drocu GW-C60 0.5 50 25lbs
drocu PBW 7lbs 2oz
Drocu StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
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Stunsm CM-2ROW 2 55 110lbs
Stunsm BD-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
Stunsm TF-MOPA 1 55 55lbs
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JeffB418 BD-MOPA 2 55 110lbs
JeffB418 TF-OPTC 1 55 55lbs
JeffB418 BZ-MUNH 1 55 55lbs
JeffB418 CM-2ROW 2 55 110lbs
JeffB418 BD-VIEN 0.5 55 27.5lbs
JeffB418 GP-FLCRN 0.25 50 12lbs 8oz
JeffB419 CM-WHET 0.5 55 27.5lbs
JeffB418 PBW 7lbs 2oz
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jbsengineer GW-PALE 1 50 50lbs
jbsengineer CM-2ROW 1 55 55lbs
jbsengineer BZ-PILS 1 55 55lbs
jbsengineer PBW 7lbs 2oz
jbsengineer StarSan 1 Gallon Jug
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Smashing CM-2ROW 2 55 110lbs
Smashing BZ-ARO 0.125 55 6lbs 14oz
Smashing FB-CHOC 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
Smashing GW-C60 0.5 50 25lbs
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Mparsons327 CM-2ROW 6 55 330lbs
Mparsons327 BZ-CRPL 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
Mparsons327 TF-AMBR 0.334 55 18lbs 5oz
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gergelgat CM-2ROW 2 55 110lbs
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A few notes about this order:

There are a few caveats to this buy.

  • I will keep track of ordering details and payment.
  • Ordering might be delayed/postponed if I am unable to receive and process the order (winter, hectic schedule, etc.) I have a lot going on through late September and all of October (Hint - someone might need to volunteer to accept the grain to make this order go through before winter).
  • Someone can offer up support of the grain order by deciding to accept the pallet load at their house or at a business address.
  • No Briess Grain Products are available to homebrewers
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Hops and DME/LME

It looks like DME and LME are available but only in 50lb DME and 60lb LME quantities.

BR-PL-D50 - Briess Light DME - 50 lbs = $98.00
BR-PL-L60 - Briess Light LME - 60 lbs = $73.00

Hops are available, however the pricing isn't that great IMO. Also, they frequently don't have hops in stock in the small bags. So you can request hops, but they might not have spot pricing and availability on them. If you have any questions, please let me know.
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Depending on if people can. I can probably have this deliver yo my raceshop. I have the room, just it will be in Canandaigua. 45 min from Cidah.

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Depending on if people can. I can probably have this deliver yo my raceshop. I have the room, just it will be in Canandaigua. 45 min from Cidah.
I personally would be ok with that. We can always run grain back and comp gas and travel costs to the driver. Thanks for the quasi offering! that might get a bunch of rotchester people interested!
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Completed Splits:
ex.
1. CM-WHET - 1/2 (Bob, Biff)


B]REQUESTED SPLITS:[/B]

1. BZ-ARO - aromatic malt - 1/4 (CidahMastah) - Needs 3
2. GW-C60 - 1/3 (CidahMastah) - Needs 2
3. GW-C15 - 1/3 (CidahMastah) - Needs 2







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Items below are from the last grain buy that did not get completed. If you want your Split listed then please post your interest
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Unfinished Business From the last buy
copyright1997 BD-Vien x 1
BrewWein CM-RYEM x 1
drmark50 few sacks and splits

1. BZ-ARO - aromatic malt - 1/4 (CidahMastah, copyright, TwoGunz) - Needs 1
2. GW-C40 - 1/3 (copyright1997) - Needs 2
3. GW C60 - 1/3 (copyright1997) - Needs 2
4. BD-RSTB - Roasted barley 1/3 (TwoGunz) - Needs 2
5. GW-C15 - 1/3 (kzhusker 1/3, copyright1997 2/3)
I will go in on the 1/4 BZ-ARO, and 1/3 GW-C15 and 1/3 GW-C60. I would also like to do a new split on the BD-VIEN where I would go 1/3 or 1/2 (or whatever works, just want to get some to try).

45 minutes closer to Albany obviously works better than 45 minutes further away, but I'm sure something can be worked out!

Cidah, you can't get enough of this...last group buy just finished! (I was going to ask last week about the next group buy, but thought you might throw barley at me all the way to Albany!)
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i might be in again for some after this weekend, my buddy wants to start all grain much more.. so ill see if he would like any at the moment.

right now i might be looking to split (rolled barley and some various other things)

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I personally would be ok with that. We can always run grain back and comp gas and travel costs to the driver. Thanks for the quasi offering! that might get a bunch of rotchester people interested!
and some buffalonians.....
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and some buffalonians.....
I went to UB, so buffalonians are welcome as long as they bring some wings from duffs!

copyright - I know my wife was ready to wring my neck! I know quite a few folks missed out that pmed me so I felt bad that they missed. I mean, I am just getting little here and there stuff, I won't need MO, 2ROW, or any base malts until after the winter. I know I likely won't be able to accept this order on account of personal vacations, weddings, events etc. However if we can get a stagin floor everyone can benefit.

As for the pick up location, keep in mind that... if people are smart we can coordinate a day to send one person to grab some grain and head east or west to a pick up point. I think that coordination is well worth it in the end, and people can stock up for the winter, cause we likely won't do a buy until spring after this one!
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