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Old 09-29-2011, 03:36 AM   #101
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I picked up the splits on the Bairds pale and vienna , and was thinking about picking up maybe the wheat or MO split to get this process expidited . Puts me right at my spending limit. but would rather have a full sack of Bairds pale and a full sack of Best Vienna. Would be glad to move those to the thrid pallet But Again that would leave more splits on paleet 2.
I appreciate your flexibility. If we do a third pallet you are more than welcome to withdraw your .75 Baird's Vienna in favor of a whole sacks. The same goes for the Pale. I probably have some pale at the house I could part with, if need be. I only have like 400lb of grain at my place.
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Old 09-29-2011, 10:05 AM   #102
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About to jump into all grain. Few questions...where is the pickup happening? I'm in Memphis, always down for a roadtrip.

Also, what are the payment options? Much appreciated

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About to jump into all grain. Few questions...where is the pickup happening? I'm in Memphis, always down for a roadtrip.

Also, what are the payment options? Much appreciated
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Old 09-29-2011, 12:50 PM   #104
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Bobby, is there any idea for the totals on the 1st pallet?

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I only have like 400lb of grain at my place.

You might be a homebrew addict if:
You have enough grain to start your own LHBS and your getting MORE.
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Hey Bobby. Are you sure you want to transport all that, specially if we go to a third pallet? Maybe we can just do it all at your brothers business. Just an idea.

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Also, what are the payment options? Much appreciated[/QUOTE]

I too would like pickup/ payment details. Also, I will look at some of the specialty splits tonight. How do you guys store your grain and deal with bugs

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Paypal is the preferred method of payment, just make sure you send it as a gift. No fees for me or you as long as you use your bank account. I do have at least brewer who will send a check. Pick-up will be at my house, more than likely, which is in Hendersonville. I may do a brew day on that day as well. Not sure what the brew would be, but it might be a O'Fallon Cherry Chocolate ale clone. I store most of my grains in Homer Buckets, they are airtight so you don't have to worry about bugs.

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Hey Bobby. Are you sure you want to transport all that, specially if we go to a third pallet? Maybe we can just do it all at your brothers business. Just an idea.
1 more pallet only means 1 more truck is needed. The problem comes when it takes guys 2 or more weeks to get the grain. I think most everybody plans on being there on the Saturday we to the distribution.
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Bobby, is there any idea for the totals on the 1st pallet?
The best way to estimate your expenses is to view the catalog and use the 2-4K prices for now. Add about $2.30 a sack for shipping.
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