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Old 01-02-2009, 11:22 PM   #1
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Default South Central Pa Bulk Grain buy

Time is getting near for another bulk grain buy for S. Central Pa brewers. I'll check this years pricing but want to know how many people are interested? I plan on mid Feb to early March for delivery. Last years bulk buy went very well as we all shared in a good price on our grains. Check your inventories and let me know what you'll be needing.

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Old 01-05-2009, 01:50 PM   #2
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You can count me in for sure. It was a great deal last year!

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Claphamsa and I are trying to put together another group buy and it will probably be in the Baltimore area so not far from York at all. It would probably be best for all of us if we just combined it into one. That way we should definatly be able to get ATLEAST one whole pallet maybe two. Here is the link to what we already have going.

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Depending on when you're expecting delivery, I'd be down for:

55# of Golden Promise, MO or Optic
55# of Pils
10# of Munich

...I'm out of my base malts right now so sooner would be better for me so I don't go just buying a sack of briess 2 row or something.

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Now don't anything rash!
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lol...the 25 buck gift certificate for my LHBS I have is burning a hole in my pocket I'd definitely prefer to hold out for a sack of MO though.
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Well we are all getting together in March to brew and I think that is probably when we would be doing this too.

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Claphamsa and I are trying to put together another group buy and it will probably be in the Baltimore area so not far from York at all. It would probably be best for all of us if we just combined it into one. That way we should definatly be able to get ATLEAST one whole pallet maybe two. Here is the link to what we already have going.
Last year I had 21 sacks of grain, about as close to a full pallet as you can get. I had the grain dlivered in Lancaster. Some people picked it up there while some other people picked it up at my place in York. I'm only 25 minutes from the Md line, very close to Rt 83.
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Well since we are planning on doing it the same as one of our brew days we probably wouldnt want the delivery to be somewhere else. We are probably going to be looking somewhere in the baltimore area. If you want in just post over in the other thread.

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depending on price/timing/location I would possibly be in for:

-sack of 2-row
-sack of Pils
-10-15 lbs Munich (if anyone wants to split up)
-10-15 lbs Wheat Malt (if anyone wants to split up)

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