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Old 02-28-2011, 05:01 PM   #51
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Lol... you are going to cause me to go broke! Let me see what SWMBO has to say and I'll get back with you.

P.s. How often do group grain buys for this area go on?
If you aren't going broke then you are in the wrong hobby! This is the first group buy I have been involved with. As much effort as it has taken it may be the last for me to organize. I have spent the better part of 10 days working on this. I bet I have sent out 100 PM's on here, joined 3 new forums, sent out 50 or so e-mails, so I am not sure if and when the next one will happen.

The Antioch Sud Suckers do 2 a year, but I am not a member.

 
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Old 02-28-2011, 07:46 PM   #52
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Bobby,

You can officially put me down for 1 bag of BD-MOPA and 1 bag of CM-PALE. Since I have yet to do a single AG I'm hoping this will give me a good base to start with. If not let me know. I guess its time to get a mill... along with finish putting together my rig.

 
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:50 AM   #53
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You've sold me 1234...

1/5 bag Chocolate
1/5 bag Crystal 60L
1 bag American 2 Row Pale
1 bag Maris Otter

and I'm spent...

edit: And thank you for your efforts in putting all this together.
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Hey Bobby

let me know how close we are and I will see if I can scrape up some more $$$ without letting SWMBO know about it.

 
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:11 AM   #55
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You've sold me 1234...

1/5 bag Chocolate
1/5 bag Crystal 60L
1 bag American 2 Row Pale
1 bag Maris Otter

and I'm spent...

edit: And thank you for your efforts in putting all this together.

You will not be sorry. Do you know which Malting company that you want the 2 Row and the Marris Otter from. Right now I have you getting the Canadian Malting Company 2 Row and Bairds Marris Otter.

 
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:13 AM   #56
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Hey Bobby

let me know how close we are and I will see if I can scrape up some more $$$ without letting SWMBO know about it.

It appears that we are sitting at 31 bags with a number of folks still to weigh-in. I just sent a PM to a gentleman here who is interested. If you want to do some Belgian beers I might suggest some Pilsen Malt.

 
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You will not be sorry. Do you know which Malting company that you want the 2 Row and the Marris Otter from. Right now I have you getting the Canadian Malting Company 2 Row and Bairds Marris Otter.
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I am now looking for 2 additional guys to go in on a 4 way split of some Wheat Malt. I would like to get a 4 way split on Vienna and a 5-6 way split on some CaraMunich 60. The CaraMunich is used in a lot of Belgian brews.

 
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I'd be willing to go in on that with you.

 
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:37 PM   #60
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I'll take 2 parts of the Vienna as well

 
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