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Old 10-17-2009, 11:46 PM   #1
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Default N. Country Malt 2-Row pricing?

I've seen folks here quote $27 frequently for a 55 lb. bag of 2-row at NCM, but I only see it on their catalog for $35 from Canada Malting Group. Am I missing something?

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Old 10-18-2009, 12:55 AM   #2
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Sometimes they have it a little cheaper, you wont know until the order is placed or you call

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There are two areas on the site, I believe you are looking at the "homebrewers area". To really get the price down to $0.27 you need a bulk buy of 2000 lbs. There is a different part of the site, you have to call them and get a password to access the "pallet' rate pricing..

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Old 10-19-2009, 03:41 PM   #4
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Call in the order and most likley you will get the cheaper price but you won't if you order it online.

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If you look at the date of the catalog is '07...call prices change all the time.

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There are two areas on the site, I believe you are looking at the "homebrewers area". To really get the price down to $0.27 you need a bulk buy of 2000 lbs. There is a different part of the site, you have to call them and get a password to access the "pallet' rate pricing..
No, we had four bags on our last bulk grain by and they were $26/sack
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Old 10-19-2009, 03:58 PM   #7
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No, we had four bags on our last bulk grain by and they were $26/sack
how much they charge you for shipping? was that 2 row pale malt?
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The shipping by the pallet is way less than you'll pay by the sack. It also depends on where they are shipping it to.

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Old 10-19-2009, 06:58 PM   #9
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No, we had four bags on our last bulk grain by and they were $26/sack
I live in RI and was curious how often you guys buy bulk? I would be interested if you ever do another one anytime soon.
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The shipping by the pallet is way less than you'll pay by the sack. It also depends on where they are shipping it to.
I called them last week because I was curious. If you buy a few sacks, they charge fedex ground. For 4 sacks to philly, it was around $100 or so for shipping, which makes it cost prohibitive. If you can take delivery of a pallet at a work location, it is much cheaper. To philly, it was around $125 total for shipping. Not sure how many sacks you can fit on a pallet, maybe 30-40? Regardless of how many sacks, shipping was the same price for the pallet. If I had a group in philly, I would consider trying to arrange a group buy.
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