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Old 05-02-2012, 12:19 PM   #511
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It looks to me like you and copyright are coming from a similar location so you can probably work some carpooling out. I put your name along with copyrights on the sheet, but you guys can work out the details of who is picking up what.


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Also, if we think we will be able to fill another pallet by the end of the month we can keep trying for that. Otherwise if we miss enough for the 3rd pallet then we will go with 2.

So if you want to order more after the 81/82 bags has been met then please let us know.

I can't recall the number, but we can also do a partial pallet for the 3rd if we fill enough bags. So instead of having to do 126 bags, we might need to only fill 115 or something to have the shipping make sense.
I'm personally good with what I have on order, and won't be adding any more myself.
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:25 PM   #512
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It looks to me like you and copyright are coming from a similar location so you can probably work some carpooling out. I put your name along with copyrights on the sheet, but you guys can work out the details of who is picking up what.


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Also, if we think we will be able to fill another pallet by the end of the month we can keep trying for that. Otherwise if we miss enough for the 3rd pallet then we will go with 2.

So if you want to order more after the 81/82 bags has been met then please let us know.

I can't recall the number, but we can also do a partial pallet for the 3rd if we fill enough bags. So instead of having to do 126 bags, we might need to only fill 115 or something to have the shipping make sense.
I've got a few more bags that I'll be adding for some people I work with once they tell me what they want.

As far as the 2 vs. 3 pallets - I'm in no rush, so if the consensus is to go for a third pallet, fine by me. If we stop at two, that works just fine as well.
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:28 PM   #513
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Hey Jeff, I have almost a full bag of flaked barley from the last two or so buys, so I am out on the flaked barley split - sorry!

Just added another bag of pils to offset my planned hefe, wit, belgian brewing schedule!

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Old 05-02-2012, 01:06 PM   #514
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Hey Jeff, I have almost a full bag of flaked barley from the last two or so buys, so I am out on the flaked barley split - sorry!

Just added another bag of pils to offset my planned hefe, wit, belgian brewing schedule!
No problem. I'd add a whole bag but not sure I would go through it fast enough.

If anyone wants a 1/3 of that split, I'd be willing to do 2/3 on my side (that way its still a 2 bag split, so same amount of labor + extra bag). Let me know and I'll modify the sheet to handle that.
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jeff - i'd jump on that 1/3 split I suppose.

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jeff - i'd jump on that 1/3 split I suppose.
Thanks westo! Updated the sheet, let me know if that looks alright to you.
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It looked like the splits had slowed so I added split (a bag of RYE) to the main sheet that I was hosting personally. Anyway for clarity I moved it (.5 each to Mparsons and CBK).

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Old 05-02-2012, 03:49 PM   #518
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Just doubled up on summit (9) only 2 to go for summit. I would be willing to go back down to 1 lb if other people want to get in on the summit when it closes. This is the trademarked summit variety so it should be the good one with lots of tangerine.

Sipping on my Amarillo IPA last night reminded me how much I need to have an easy drinking IPA on tap (hopefully summit will be the star!)

I also added Styrian Golding to the list for those interested. I have been using a ton of the stuff lately in my belgian brews
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copyright - saw you on a bag of flaked corn. Have you gone through you other corn split?

I made cream of three crops with some of my corn stash. Overall think it is a decent beer for what it is shooting for (a chugging beer). It cost about $12-13 on the high end to brew 11G of it.

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Added 1 bag of CM-2ROW for a friend on my order.

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