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Old 07-16-2013, 08:15 PM   #251
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I am in for at least 6 when you are ready!
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Old 07-17-2013, 01:17 AM   #252
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I'm in for 3-4 bags myself.


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Old 08-12-2013, 05:39 PM   #253
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I can use a few sacks

 
Old 08-12-2013, 10:09 PM   #254
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I'm down for a few sacks

 
Old 09-09-2013, 05:50 PM   #255
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Any update on this? I wish I had a loading dock.
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:20 AM   #256
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Aight folks, sorry for the delay. The group buy has been posted on Masherator:
http://mash.azurewebsites.net/GroupB...oups/Details/3

Shipping is $4-5/bag (depending on surcharges). See the link above for more details.

In the interest of full disclosure: there is an extremely small markup applied to the bags. There are many reasons for this mainly:
  1. In order to maintain the account I must be a homebrew shop and selling at cost gets my rep yelled at by his other accounts in CT. Charging a buck or two per bag and claiming to make it up in volume was enough to let him off the hook
  2. I need to cover costs I incur. There is a small hosting fee and I have purchased bags for splits in the past but the big issue going forward will be PayPal fees. We've always used the "personal transfer" feature to avoid fees but I was warned that PayPal is cracking down on this and heard of some whose accounts were banned! So...I am going to use the proper billing features of PayPal which *should* make things easier but does incur some fees.

For clarity; I am not trying to make a living at it I just don't want it to cost me anything. Plus if I can make this even slightly cash positive I can do it a bit more often. If you have questions or concerns about this PM me.

 
Old 09-11-2013, 01:30 PM   #257
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Originally Posted by wrightbrew View Post
Aight folks, sorry for the delay. The group buy has been posted on Masherator:
http://mash.azurewebsites.net/GroupB...oups/Details/3

Shipping is $4-5/bag (depending on surcharges). See the link above for more details.

In the interest of full disclosure: there is an extremely small markup applied to the bags. There are many reasons for this mainly:
  1. In order to maintain the account I must be a homebrew shop and selling at cost gets my rep yelled at by his other accounts in CT. Charging a buck or two per bag and claiming to make it up in volume was enough to let him off the hook
  2. I need to cover costs I incur. There is a small hosting fee and I have purchased bags for splits in the past but the big issue going forward will be PayPal fees. We've always used the "personal transfer" feature to avoid fees but I was warned that PayPal is cracking down on this and heard of some whose accounts were banned! So...I am going to use the proper billing features of PayPal which *should* make things easier but does incur some fees.

For clarity; I am not trying to make a living at it I just don't want it to cost me anything. Plus if I can make this even slightly cash positive I can do it a bit more often. If you have questions or concerns about this PM me.
Awesome!!! Thanks again for organizing this. It is greatly appreciated.
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Old 09-11-2013, 10:32 PM   #258
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i'm not to familiar with the different brands of malt, which on the list would be considered a british pale malt used as a base for an irish dry stout. i usually email my recipe to my lhbs and pick it up mixed in a bag

 
Old 09-11-2013, 10:34 PM   #259
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I would use TF-MOPA. Do you have a grain mill?
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Old 09-11-2013, 10:48 PM   #260
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i will be getting a mill shortly

here is a description of what i usually order

Pale Malt (Brewers 2-row) (British)
Pale Ale 2.2
1.038
Moderate malt flavor. Used to produce traditional English and Scottish style ales

from looking around it appears they use muntons 2 row pale mlt



 
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