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Old 02-23-2011, 07:01 PM   #1
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It looks like everybody around us is buying grain in bulk from North Country Malt Supply, so why shouldn't we? I would like to find somebody who has an active account with NCM and is willing to help us buy some grain here in Middle Tennessee. Please help!

If you need a copy of the 2011 price list for NCM please PM me. When looking at the pricing sheet look at the first box as I don't think we will get enough interest to fill 2 pallets.



 
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Old 02-23-2011, 08:19 PM   #3
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I just called the North Carolina store, they will ship to anyone, it's cheaper if you have a commercial address. You must have at least one 42 bag palette. It's under $100 to ship to middle Tennessee with the fuel surcharge. We just need to get 42 bags sold.

 
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I am sure that someone will be able to step-up and provide a place where we can put the pallet.

I am in for the following: 2 bags CM-2ROW & 1 Bag CM-SPIL & 2 Bags CM-PALE

I would also be interested in splitting some specialty grain bags with other folks. I would like to get some Crystal Malt, Wheat Malt, & Marris Otter.

Reason: Added to order

 
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Old 02-24-2011, 05:47 AM   #5
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I am in for 1 bag of TF-MOPA

Additionally, I'd be in for splitting some Crystal 45 or 65 and Pale Chocolate (preferably, Thomas Fawcett) with 2-3 other people.
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I can provide a commercial addy, but i'm farther out from most.

2- CM-2ROW
1- CM-SPIL
1- CM-MUNH
1- TF-MOPA

 
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I am in for 1 bag of TF-MOPA

Additionally, I'd be in for splitting some Crystal 45 or 65 and Pale Chocolate (preferably, Thomas Fawcett) with 2-3 other people.
I would be up for splitting some Pale Chocolate, but I think I would prefer we find some other folks to come in on the split. I would like say 1/5 of a bag.

I would also be up for splitting some Crystal 60, but again I think I could only use 1/4 of a bag.

 
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I'm in as well but since I have yet to brew anything other than extract I will look to your experiences on what I should get for base malts to start out with. As well as any specialty grains I'd be willing to share the cost on them as well.

 
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I'm in as well but since I have yet to brew anything other than extract I will look to your experiences on what I should get for base malts to start out with. As well as any specialty grains I'd be willing to share the cost on them as well.
I think everybody should have 2 Row on hand as it is used in a lot of recipes. I believe that I have seen a lot of recipe call for Pale Malt as well, but I think they are really close. If you plan on doing some Belgian beer or Pilsners then I would think that having some Pilsen malt would be helpful.

 
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Old 02-24-2011, 03:41 PM   #10
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I'm down with getting some of the basics (pale 2 row) and some specialty grains such as the crystals and chocolates and such. How large are the bags? I.e. when you say split a bag, how much are you talking about and for what price?


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