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Old 05-09-2010, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default Montreal/South shore/quebec group buy??

I would like to know if anybody is interested in a group buy of malt or hops near Montreal?? We could save up to 50% by buying the malt in 25 KG. Im already buying my 2 row in bulk but would like to buy other malt to save
Feel free to post! We will fix something depending who wanna buy in bulk !


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Old 05-11-2010, 04:06 PM   #2
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Hi , i'm from st-jean-sur-richelieu on the south shore and I'm interested in a group buy. I already buy my 2-row in bulk and I pay around 45 $ for 25kg . Would I benifit a lot from this?


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Old 05-11-2010, 07:29 PM   #3
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Depending on how many ppl is buying with us. We can anyways buy other malt in 25 KG and split it together to save around 50 % on these
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interesting..... let me know when you go shopping .
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Im checking around if any1 else is interested, If not we will buy together, Which sort you might need in the future?
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crystal 60 to 80 lvb, carapils and 2-row are the malt that I often uses in recipes. As for hops, I use pellets. (Amarillo , cascade, williamette always did great for me) . Tell me what you might need too.
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munich, Cristal 40l, carapils, Wheat malt .
A little of de honey, flaked oats caramunich caravienne and biscuit
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I think 50 lbs of honey malt and biscuit malt would be a lot for us two but if we are more buyers I could use a couple of pounds of each for sure. I already have a good inventory of malt so i'm not in a hurry but definitely interested in a group buy. Just le me know when you 'll be ready to buy so we can settle something out. (by the way, sorry for my bad english

For the flaked oats I use Quaker instant oats, I think it's cheaper and it works fine.



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