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Old 03-09-2011, 04:59 PM   #21
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I'm sure it will go through many sacks of grain before starting to show wear... You could be in full swing, turning a profit before you actually need (or more likely want) to replace it.
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Either way, good luck with the venture... I know that I'd be stoked if I was looking at brewing as more than just a hobby.
Thanks!! Its all kinda crazy when you start thinking about actually selling your beer. So many crazy things to deal with. I wish I had a helluva lot more money to start with thats for sure.....


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Old 03-09-2011, 05:14 PM   #22
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Yeah I already have the supplier worked out so thats nice at least. He's giving me a good deal and understands that my orders will start "small" (in his terms) and have the potential to get much bigger assuming I don't crash and burn......
Since Country Malt Group has a warehouse in Aurora, CO, which you list as your location, you should be able to get good shipping, if you can't just go pick it up.
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Old 03-09-2011, 05:18 PM   #23
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Since Country Malt Group has a warehouse in Aurora, CO, which you list as your location, you should be able to get good shipping, if you can't just go pick it up.
Wow, thanks for the heads up on that one. I didn't realize. I was going to go through colorado malting company (try to keep it local), but I will have to compare prices and see where I end up. It's always nice to have options.

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