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Old 02-15-2007, 10:45 PM   #1
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Looking for people in the Maryland area to do a bulk grain order. This way we can split the shipping costs. I'm thinking of going through North County, but I am open to ideas.

http://www.northcountrymalt.com/index.html

Its $105 per pallet. And they'll load up to 2130 lbs of malt. I'll probably get about 300 lbs myself.

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I'm located in the Annapolis area.

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See this thread:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=22210

They go into MD, so this might be an option for you. I am waiting on a final decision and pricing.

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Do either Annapolis HomeBrew or Maryland HomeBrew do bulk orders? If so, we should do it from them, supporting local folks, etc. (I might get in on it, then)

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Old 02-17-2007, 05:31 PM   #4
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I talked to the guy at Annaopils Home Brew and he said they will do bulk orders, but they still want a little over $1 a lb. Have't asked MD Homeb brew about it though.

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Check out North Country Malt. Their flat pallet rate is $105 to Maryland plus a $18.38 fuel surcharge for a total of $123.38 for the pallet. If you can get enough people together for 42 bags, your freight would be $2.94 per bag.

A 55# bag of 2 Row Pale would cost you $21.64 delivered. That's just a tad over $0.39 per pound.

Go for it. Get guys to commit to 4 bags and you'll do it in no time.

Ahh, Bulk Grain, how sweet it is. Here's what 495 pounds of it looks like in the back of a Tahoe.

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EdWort - That's exactly what I'm hoping to do. That is a beautiful site.

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Bourbon got the best of me last night....see ya'll in teh a.m.

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I live out on the North Side of Baltimore, and if we could find some middle ground to meet for pickup, I would certainly be in for a few bags.

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