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Old 01-04-2013, 04:52 PM   #1001
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Hyattsville huh, I guess it is close to where you live. I called Roberts Oxygen in Rockville and was quoted $28 for refilling or swapping a 10# bottle. I thought that was a bit steep, giving what they charge the government for 20# bottles, but I guess its not that much more expensive than the place you go to Stefin.

Thanks for the info...I'm just now getting into kegging...


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Old 01-04-2013, 09:35 PM   #1002
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I'm not sure about beergas, but I swap my 20# tank at Airgas in Frederick for about $20. The guy in there told me to say it's for a restaurant downtown and it'll be a tad cheaper.


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Old 01-05-2013, 03:05 AM   #1003
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I'll have to check my stock, but I'm pretty sure I'm in for splitting a bag of MO.
I (finally) did an inventory. Looks like I still have well over 30lbs of MO, so I'm actually good there. Sorry, I'm out on the split of MO.
I'd be interested in half a bag of Wheat or Pils if anyone else was interested.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:21 AM   #1004
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Out of town this weekend, sorry. Can I pick up mon/tue evening? Or anytime on wed?
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:30 AM   #1005
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I live in Woodbridge, VA and would be willing to pick up for anyone in NOVA that needs help.

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Great to know! I'm in Woodbridge as well, so we could possibly help each other out if the next one ends up coming in on an inconvenient date.

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Old 01-05-2013, 01:47 PM   #1006
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Or we can carpool so only one has to make the trip with the other riding shotgun.

Planning a double brewday tomorrow if you want to stop by and have a beer and watch my wort boil with me (also have to football game on). I am in Lake Ridge.

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Even better. I'm in Lake Ridge, as well. Off of Minnieville.

Thanks for the invite for tomorrow, but I've got plans already - my own brew day!

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Old 01-05-2013, 09:27 PM   #1008
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If anyone is interested in splitting a bag of MO or a gal of Star San. Let me know.
sheldon, i'll take you up on that half bag of MO if it's not already spoken for.

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I'd be interested in half a bag of Wheat or Pils if anyone else was interested.
i'd do half a pils, if you go with a european source. lemme know know!

and if anyone is interested in going halfsies on some generic 2-row (CMC is the cheapest, i believe), please raise your hand...

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Sweetcell is going to split a bag of TF-MOPA so please adjust our orders accordingly.

Henry, I am taking the european Pils, but I want to keep the entire bag. Thanks for splitting the MO.

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I'll split either a CM Wheat or BZ Pale Wheat


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