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Old 11-28-2010, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default Cyber Monday Sale - 12% off

We had a Cyber Monday sale last year which is still the record day for sales. So why not do it again this year. 12% off during Monday only using the code CYBERMON. Prior purchases are excluded, and the sale runs from 1 second after midnight tonight (so technically Monday) until 1PM EST on Monday.

I want things to get shipped out in a more timely manner this year compared to last years longer wait times, so I am ending the sale at 1PM to make sure it does not take all week to get the orders shipped from 1 day. I may extend the time period if I feel that we can handle the volume that has been ordered.

If you order using the sale code please be patient while we get orders ready to ship out. We do have to ship out this weekends orders before we can start on Monday's orders. I also recommend that if you want your order shipped quickly then upgrade your shipping from the 6.99 to the FedEx Ground option.

Happy shopping,

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Old 11-28-2010, 02:57 PM   #2
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Awesome Ed!

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Blichmann products included?

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Any estimate of the delay in shipping? Usually it's top notch. Thanks

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Old 11-28-2010, 05:01 PM   #5
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Ed,
Considering you guys have overall best price for my stuff I need and you are doing a Cyber Monday deal, I am willing to put up with bit of delay I hope you really get slammed with the volume. You guys deserve it.

That said, I shot you an e-mail and you may have too many email to go through before monday, so I will ask here too.
I am trying to do Saison Dupont and Barbar Belgian Honey Ale clones.
Ingredients from recipes I can't seem to figure out equivalents for in your Brew Builder:
Vienna malt
Belgian 2-row Pilsner
East Kent Golding - Will Kent Golding do?
Belgian Cara-Vienne malt
Which Wheat DME would you recommend or is there a better LME choice?
I don't see Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey ale yeast. What would you suggest as a replacement? Liquid preferred.

Thank you!

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In the end the shipping delays will be determined by the amount of orders, and more importantly the type of orders that have to be processed. A $100 equipment order is very easy to grab off the shelves and box up. A $100 order with 24 grains all crushed and packaged separately takes a lot more time to put together. I do not want to guarantee a time frame, but last year we had all Monday's orders processed for shipping on Thursday, and this year I am hoping for a better turn around time.

We are in a pretty good inventory position for the sale, though I wish certain items we had more of or in stock. We will communicate out of stocks via email or phone calls.

All products are included unless the product page specifically excludes them.

Thanks,

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Ed,
Considering you guys have overall best price for my stuff I need and you are doing a Cyber Monday deal, I am willing to put up with bit of delay I hope you really get slammed with the volume. You guys deserve it.

That said, I shot you an e-mail and you may have too many email to go through before monday, so I will ask here too.
I am trying to do Saison Dupont and Barbar Belgian Honey Ale clones.
Ingredients from recipes I can't seem to figure out equivalents for in your Brew Builder:
Vienna malt
Belgian 2-row Pilsner
East Kent Golding - Will Kent Golding do?
Belgian Cara-Vienne malt
Which Wheat DME would you recommend or is there a better LME choice?
I don't see Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey ale yeast. What would you suggest as a replacement? Liquid preferred.

Thank you!

I don't think there is really a big difference between East Kent Goldings and Kent Goldings, whatever you have will work fine. Wheat DME or LME should be all about the same as well, just pick what is easiest for YOU to work with. Try White Labs WLP500 for a sub for 1214 (make a starter or pitch more vials for a high gravity).

Good Luck
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Ed,
Considering you guys have overall best price for my stuff I need and you are doing a Cyber Monday deal, I am willing to put up with bit of delay I hope you really get slammed with the volume. You guys deserve it.

That said, I shot you an e-mail and you may have too many email to go through before monday, so I will ask here too.
I am trying to do Saison Dupont and Barbar Belgian Honey Ale clones.
Ingredients from recipes I can't seem to figure out equivalents for in your Brew Builder:
Vienna malt Weyermann Vienna in Highly Kilned Malts
Belgian 2-row Pilsner Belgian Pilsner in Base Malts
East Kent Golding - Will Kent Golding do? The Kent Golding we sell is East Kent Golding
Belgian Cara-Vienne malt Caramel Vienne in the Caramel Malt section.
Which Wheat DME would you recommend or is there a better LME choice?
I don't see Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey ale yeast. What would you suggest as a replacement? Liquid preferred.

Thank you!
I have linked to the malts above, and gave the name and location as well. We only sell Briess DME, which a very good DME. As far as the LME's they are all good, with bulk being the cheapest alternative.

Thanks,

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In the end the shipping delays will be determined by the amount of orders, and more importantly the type of orders that have to be processed. A $100 equipment order is very easy to grab off the shelves and box up. A $100 order with 24 grains all crushed and packaged separately takes a lot more time to put together. I do not want to guarantee a time frame, but last year we had all Monday's orders processed for shipping on Thursday, and this year I am hoping for a better turn around time.

We are in a pretty good inventory position for the sale, though I wish certain items we had more of or in stock. We will communicate out of stocks via email or phone calls.

All products are included unless the product page specifically excludes them.

Thanks,

Ed
Thanks Ed!
I'm used to your excellent prices and service. I'm sure THAT will continue
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