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Old 01-14-2013, 09:42 PM   #1041
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I've seen a few other group buys that do a new thread for each buy. Or maybe do one buy per month and break it up in a new thread that way. (This is my first group buy, so I don't really know how often you do them.)

If you can, please add an 8lb container of PBW to my order. If not, no worries.

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I have a 50lb bucket... just bring a ziplock bag


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Old 01-14-2013, 09:58 PM   #1042
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Australian Helga - $15.34 – Alpha range: 4.9%-6.3%
Aurora - $5.12 – Alpha range: 7-9.5%
Brewers Gold - $7.52 – Alpha range: 8-10%
Celeia - $6.32 – Alpha range: 3-6%
Centennial Type - $7.00 – Alpha range: 9.5-11.5%
Chinook - $8.14 – Alpha range: 11-14%
Challenger - $9.06 – Alpha range: 5-9%
Cluster - $6.05 – Alpha range: 5.5-8.5%
Crystal - $9.13 – Alpha range: 3.5-5.5%
Crystal Mini Bale - $9.13 – Alpha range: 3.5-5.5%
EK Gold - $10.09 – Alpha range: 4-7%
Falconer’s Flight - $8.55 – Alpha range: 10-11%
First Gold - $8.91 – Alpha range: 6.5-8.5%
German Magnum - $7.26 – Alpha range: 11-16%
German Tettnang - $9.58 – Alpha range: 3-6%
Galena - $6.80 – Alpha range: 11-14%
Glacier - $8.22 – Alpha range: 5-7%
Hallertauer Hersbrucker - $8.03 – Alpha range: 2-5%
Horizon - $10.40 – Alpha range: 11-13%
Liberty - $8.65 – Alpha range: 3-5%
Hallertauer Mittlefrue - $7.50 – Alpha range: 3-5.5%
Mt. Hood - $8.67 – Alpha range: 4-8%
Newport - $8.36 – Alpha range: 13-17%
NZ Pacifica - $14.98 – Alpha range: 5-6%
NZ Wakatu - $17.51 – Alpha range: 6.5-8.5%
Perle - $9.12 – Alpha range: 7-9.5%
Pilgrim - $8.29 – Alpha range: 9-13%
US Saaz - $10.40 – Alpha range: 3.5-4.5%
Bobek - $5.96 – Alpha range: 3.5-7%
Stella - $13.44 – Alpha range: 14-16%
Sterling - $6.70 – Alpha range: 6-9%
Summit - $8.83 – Alpha range: 16-19%
US Tettnang - $8.83 – Alpha range: 4-5%
Topaz - $12.26 – Alpha range: 6-7%
UK Fuggle - $10.09 – Alpha range: 3-6%
Willamette - $6.95 – Alpha range: 4-6%

prices for 11LB bags. good prices...if you want 11LB. they have very few 1 lb bags left, and are getting out of it all together! so let me know in a day or 2, if you want any hops... no cascades on the list.


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Old 01-14-2013, 10:13 PM   #1043
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I'll take Centennial, UK Fuggle and US Saaz assuming these are all pellets. If they're whole leaf, i'm not interested.
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:23 PM   #1044
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that's a decent price for hallertau M.

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I'll take Centennial, UK Fuggle and US Saaz assuming these are all pellets. If they're whole leaf, i'm not interested.
you need to buy them in 11 pound bags... you want to buy 33 pounds of hops? also, that's "centennial type" - it's a blend that mimics centennial but contains little to no actual centennial. it's almost certainly a pellet.
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:05 PM   #1045
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Excellent! I'll make sure to do that. Just add it to my total. I'll also bring a couple of samples for you.
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:08 PM   #1046
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are those prices per 11# or per pound? Its almost too good to be true
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Those hops prices are absurdly low! Five cents an ounce!? I've already bought 1 lbs bags for much of this brewing year, but I'll keep those in mind for next year if people want to split hops.

I'll just stick with my grain order, looking forward to it.
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are those prices per 11# or per pound? Its almost too good to be true
per pound, and you need to buy at least 11 pounds. so Summit listed at $8.83/lb means $97.13 shipping for an 11 lbs order.
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per pound, and you need to buy at least 11 pounds. so Summit listed at $8.83/lb means $97.13 shipping for an 11 lbs order.
Oooh, makes sense. Otherwise, that seemed way below cost.
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prices for 11LB bags. good prices...if you want 11LB. they have very few 1 lb bags left, and are getting out of it all together! so let me know in a day or 2, if you want any hops... no cascades on the list.
According to the post, it's per 11lb bag. If the prices are per lb, I'm also not interested.


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