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Old 03-04-2011, 03:20 AM   #111
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Nope don't care much as long as I can make beer that taste good or will taste good after a few. Sorry been into the keg tonight it's not ready but its still good.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:29 AM   #112
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Total Bags Subtotal Shipping Total Buyer

4.8 $153.82 $11.04 $164.86 Bobby Jones
5.2 $161.10 $11.96 $173.06 Wild West
1.4 $58.54 $3.22 $61.76 J Malone
3 $93.18 $6.90 $100.08 Countryham
2.4 $82.81 $5.52 $88.33 Maffewl
5.4 $157.80 $12.42 $170.22 Bobby H.
3.4 $116.99 $7.82 $124.81 Volsfan5012
5.4 $165.63 $12.42 $178.05 Ranger
2.4 $80.93 $5.52 $86.45 Jon Callisi
3.6 $124.49 $8.28 $132.77 Tim Best
3 $95.38 $6.90 $102.28 Steve Ruffin
2 $55.69 $4.60 $60.29 bernerbrau
42 $1,346.36 $96.60 $1,442.96 Total

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:35 AM   #113
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This order will not be placed until 2 things happen: (1) The logistics get solved & (2) Everybody is paid through paypal, unless you make arrangements with me or Wild West.

I still don't have an address where we are going to have this grain shipped too. I have an address I can use, but I can't be there to accept the grain. Does anybody have a place that they could use that can be used. We don't have to have a dock. If we have a couple of folks available they could help unload the truck and throw it into a couple of trucks.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:43 AM   #114
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I might have an commercial address but it's a high school. Does anyone live near highway 100 and Old Hickory. I can have the grains delivered but I could not store it there for more than a day or two. I have a Ford Ranger so I could probably take 1000lbs home but if someone with a truck lives close to there and we could disperse of the pallet that day I think it would work. I live in East Nashville and am willing to hold the grains until the buyers can pick it up.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:48 AM   #115
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I might have an commercial address but it's a high school. Does anyone live near highway 100 and Old Hickory. I can have the grains delivered but I could not store it there for more than a day or two. I have a Ford Ranger so I could probably take 1000lbs home but if someone with a truck lives close to there and we could disperse of the pallet that day I think it would work. I live in East Nashville and am willing to hold the grains until the buyers can pick it up.
If you accept the delivery you are going to have to verify what we ordered is on the pallet, meaning you have to be available pretty much all day. Depending on the time I can come by and help transport the grain. We are going to need a house to do the splits.

If you chose to participate in some of the splits please bring something to put the grains in. Remember that 1/5 of a 55lb is still 11lbs.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:51 AM   #116
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Payments can be made through paypal to [email protected] .

In case you missed it, this is the protocol. Thanks.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/midd...ml#post2700814


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Bobby (1234)
Tim B
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Bobby H
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:55 AM   #117
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I am available all day and have a forklift available. However I just don't have a vehicle to get #2000lbs of grain home.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 04:58 AM   #118
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I can come by and help out. Monday through Thursday I get off at 8:30. On Friday's I get off at 7:30, so I am fairly tied up.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 05:01 AM   #119
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let me check tomorrow with the shop guys and see what my options are. Like I said I in E. Nashville right off I-24 so we could meet at my house or the gas station on the exit and divid everything up on a Saturday.

 
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Old 03-04-2011, 05:03 AM   #120
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let me check tomorrow with the shop guys and see what my options are. Like I said I in E. Nashville right off I-24 so we could meet at my house or the gas station on the exit and divid everything up on a Saturday.

The week of March 14th I will be working at East Park Community Center, 700 Woodland street, and I could see what I can do to help out.

 
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