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Old 12-19-2012, 10:57 PM   #1
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They're here! We have them in 1oz HopUnion light-resistant, nitrogen flushed N2 HopPacks. They smell so good that when my mom stuck her nose in a pack at the store today, she was impressed!

Because we only have them in 1oz packs, you will get quantity discounts. 10% off from 4 to 15 oz and 20% off of 16 oz. The discount will be applied at checkout. Limit 16oz per customer.

Cheers!

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PS - If you have ordered in the past 24 hrs and your order has not shipped, I can add some Mosaic to your order. Place your order and select in store pickup for shipping and I will combine it with your other order. Also, put your pending order number in the comments section of your new order. If this order bumps you up over the next shipping tier threshold, I will refund you the shipping difference.

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Old 12-25-2012, 08:39 PM   #2
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Thanks Brad! Just ordered along with a bit more for some upcoming batches.

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Old 12-27-2012, 12:42 AM   #3
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Thanks Brad! Just ordered along with a bit more for some upcoming batches.
Very cool! Packaging it right now

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They sound great and I'd like to buy them, but are they worth $32 a pound? For me they'd have to be pretty unique to warrant that kind of price. Not trying to be difficult, but I've only seen a few varieties going for more than $32 and they're the more sought after varieties. I just want to make sure I'm getting my money's worth.

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They sound great and I'd like to buy them, but are they worth $32 a pound? For me they'd have to be pretty unique to warrant that kind of price. Not trying to be difficult, but I've only seen a few varieties going for more than $32 and they're the more sought after varieties. I just want to make sure I'm getting my money's worth.
Buy 1-4 oz from this vendor or another and then decide (I think I paid ~ $24/lb.) Its the only way you'll know. Reviews from others are only partially helpful (no fault of theirs). They'll be gone before you know it.
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Buy 1-4 oz from this vendor or another and then decide (I think I paid ~ $24/lb.) Its the only way you'll know. Reviews from others are only partially helpful (no fault of theirs). They'll be gone before you know it.
That's a fair point. Thanks.
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Old 12-31-2012, 06:58 PM   #7
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They sound great and I'd like to buy them, but are they worth $32 a pound? For me they'd have to be pretty unique to warrant that kind of price. Not trying to be difficult, but I've only seen a few varieties going for more than $32 and they're the more sought after varieties. I just want to make sure I'm getting my money's worth.
I would really like to give you a better deal than $32/# on these, but I can't. I can only get 1oz packs at this time, so my pricing reflects the price at which I am purchasing them. That being said, I DO think they are worth $32/#. Given the market of newer and harder to find hops, I think it is a fair price. I hope this isn't coming across as being defensive, just trying to explain the price of these hops versus others. Also, they smell pretty fantastic!

Cheers and Happy New Year!

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I would really like to give you a better deal than $32/# on these, but I can't. I can only get 1oz packs at this time, so my pricing reflects the price at which I am purchasing them. That being said, I DO think they are worth $32/#. Given the market of newer and harder to find hops, I think it is a fair price. I hope this isn't coming across as being defensive, just trying to explain the price of these hops versus others. Also, they smell pretty fantastic!

Cheers and Happy New Year!

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I hope I didn't come across as being accusatory. You have to turn a profit and I can't fault you for that. I was just trying to get a little more info before buying. Cheers!
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I hope I didn't come across as being accusatory. You have to turn a profit and I can't fault you for that. I was just trying to get a little more info before buying. Cheers!
Nope...not at all. I'll try to brew with them this week and post back. Between holidays and moving, brewing time has been nil.

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