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Old 02-13-2011, 12:24 PM   #1
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I ordered ingredients from my LHBS to make a sweet stout and they missed the lactose sugar. Dumb question, but is lactose sugar sold in grocery stores?

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Old 02-13-2011, 12:34 PM   #2
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Most likely not....

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Nope I dont think so, You'll have to get it from a brew store or site... sucks I know.

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Nope I dont think so, You'll have to get it from a brew store or site... sucks I know.
Bummer. It's 90 minute round trip to my LHBS.
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Sounds to me like if it was their mistake they should overnight it to you or pay for your gas to go back out there. I know I'd be pissed.

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Sounds to me like if it was their mistake they should overnight it to you or pay for your gas to go back out there. I know I'd be pissed.
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Sounds to me like if it was their mistake they should overnight it to you or pay for your gas to go back out there. I know I'd be pissed.
That sounded like a good idea so I gave them a call. The salesman that I dealt with yesterday wasn't in today and being as this particular store doesn't do an itemized receipt I wasn't able to prove that I paid for the lactose. The guy answering the phone was real polite, but it pretty much boiled down to "it sucks to be you." I phoned in the order and my wife picked it up. I can't say that I am totally surprised that something got screwed up. I just hope that all the grains they bagged for me are correct. It could wind up being a mystery beer.
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