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Old 06-19-2011, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Tennessee Group Grain Buy Round 4

I never thought we would be ordering Round 2 & 3, but I have now been asked to start a round 4 This may be the last one for a long time so make sure you get what you need for at least 3 months. PM me if you need any further information on this buy.

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Old 06-19-2011, 04:48 PM   #2
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Hey guys, Bobby and I have discussed this a couple times in the past...what if we buy a few sacks of something like Special B or Roasted Barley, and then everyone can split it so we can get just a couple lbs each. I know I don't need 11# of Roasted Barley sitting around. Any other suggestions on grains we might want to split as a group?

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Hey guys, Bobby and I have discussed this a couple times in the past...what if we buy a few sacks of something like Special B or Roasted Barley, and then everyone can split it so we can get just a couple lbs each. I know I don't need 11# of Roasted Barley sitting around. Any other suggestions on grains we might want to split as a group?

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I could probably use a couple pounds of the following:

Carapils
Roasted Barley
Flaked Corn
UnMalted Wheat
Flaked Wheat
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Special B and Crystal 120 are the same thing according to the chart.

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I will take a sack of Canadian 2row...

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Special B and Crystal 120 are the same thing according to the chart.
The color is about the same...I have read Special B is anywhere from 130-150, but it also has a completely different flavor profile:
Flavor: Imparts a heavy caramel taste.
Raisin-like flavors in Belgian Abbey Ales
Plum-like flavors in Dubbels
Roasty/Toast flavor
Hint of nut flavor
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bobby how much corn u need I still got alot. I could bring it by when I come to get my pbw.
I might be in for some pils but not sure. I like the idea of the bunch of us going in on a bag of a high crystal as fiji said 11# is alot.

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