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Old 04-20-2012, 08:12 PM   #401
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I'm game but am in the same boat with a busy summer.

On a side note, I'm so glad my blonde ale is ready for this sunny warm Friday. I cut work early and am enjoying one on my deck with a burger. Feels like summer and tastes fantastic! Here's to some great summer brews this season! ::

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Old 04-21-2012, 01:19 AM   #402
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I'm game but am in the same boat with a busy summer.

On a side note, I'm so glad my blonde ale is ready for this sunny warm Friday. I cut work early and am enjoying one on my deck with a burger. Feels like summer and tastes fantastic! Here's to some great summer brews this season! ::
I am right there with ya!

grabbed a nice tall roggenbier nitro (poured through a regular tap) nice cascading and middle of the road carb. Burgers and chicken on the grill it was great.

Hope the rest of you guys did the same
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Old 04-21-2012, 01:41 AM   #403
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Hops are going nuts this year, some plants are already 2 ft high. My new trellis system is crazy this year =)

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Hops are going nuts this year, some plants are already 2 ft high. My new trellis system is crazy this year =)

very nice! Mine are going nuts too but the trellis poles leave something to be desired I was planning on doing a maypole designfor each hop type but didn't get ot it.. there is always next year.
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Old 04-21-2012, 01:42 PM   #405
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My hops are just breaking through the dirt but I live up on the lake where it stays colder longer. Thinking of doing some mods on my trellis. I better get on it! Seems I'm behind on everything this year.

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Old 04-21-2012, 02:04 PM   #406
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I wish i could get involved with all this.. my hops are poping up at home.. and all that good stuff.. while i miss the good BBQ... sadly i think im moving further away to memphis :/...

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Cidah, see this?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f174/all...ptions-322781/

Sounds like only $0.25 per payment. That might speed up our payment process alot.

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Old 04-23-2012, 12:41 AM   #408
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ORDER OPEN

OK here is the deal:

1. Need 168 sacks to order (this order will likely not ship out until summer).
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 Amazon, Chase and certified check via snail mail, and will be required up front, once the order is secured.

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.

ORDER ENTRY


We are trying an order entry sheet this time around. Please click on this link and you can put in your order here. If you have questions please let me know.

When you add something to the sheet please do post what you have added. It stimulates the buy and also lets people know about splits you have added, etc.

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 1 week 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 1 week then you better contact me directly or 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 7 - ORDER OPENED - 2/14/2012

New Order has opened up (ROUND 7). 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. (Pending) Collected ~168 sacks of grain
2. (Pending)Our request for quote (RFQ) has been made
3. (pending)We hear back from the buyer on actual cost (pending) I pass out the actual cost to everyone
4. (PENDING)Everybody pays up - pickup is not available until all the funds clear
5. (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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Please read post 2 which contains new rules including what to do to gain access to the sheet. PM me the following information:

4) Users must provide JeffB418 with: (a) email address (b) Full contact information (Full name, phone address), to access/edit the buyer sheet

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Cidah, see this?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f174/all...ptions-322781/

Sounds like only $0.25 per payment. That might speed up our payment process alot.
haven't seen this but is worth looking into. My thing is that it is yet another internet pay service I have to juggle. Right now I am up to 3 variations, not including checks, money orders. As another poster mentioned, how long until they up the fee from .25? Not to sound jaded of course

I have been seriously considering switching to money orders or checks only. Balancing all the payment types is an administrative nightmare.
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