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Old 09-21-2011, 03:47 PM   #11
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I just added quite a few bags to the sheet. I'm more than willing to take some off depending on what everyone else needs.
Do you want 2 sacks of flaked corn or 1/5 of a bag? I think you want a 1/2 bucket of PBW and not a whole bucket, is that correct?

 
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Old 09-21-2011, 04:48 PM   #12
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Updated access to the sheet for Tim, Neil, and John
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Old 09-21-2011, 07:16 PM   #13
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I would like to get some melanoidin malt if there is enough of us interested. It is used in a lot of recipes for imperials and D.I.P.A.s. The problem is; 5 pounds will last a LONG time since it is used so sparingly.
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Old 09-21-2011, 10:26 PM   #14
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Do most buy unmilled grain? I would need mine milled. Does that shorten the shelf life??

 
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Old 09-21-2011, 10:28 PM   #15
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Do most buy unmilled grain? I would need mine milled. Does that shorten the shelf life??
Yeah it's all unmilled grain. I am told the self life of milled grain is at max 3 weeks.
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Guess I have a good reason to buy a mill now. These grain prices are great!!any recommendations on the brand for base malt and or specialty??

 
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Do most buy unmilled grain? I would need mine milled. Does that shorten the shelf life??
With all the money you will save, you can buy a decent mill.

 
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Guess I have a good reason to buy a mill now. These grain prices are great!!any recommendations on the brand for base malt and or specialty??
I've been using the Canadian 2 row as my base grain for all my ales.
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Guess I have a good reason to buy a mill now. These grain prices are great!!any recommendations on the brand for base malt and or specialty??
A lot of folks buy the Canadian Melting 2-Row, it is a great price. Take a look at some recipes you will want to brew in the next six months.

 
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I would like to get some melanoidin malt if there is enough of us interested. It is used in a lot of recipes for imperials and D.I.P.A.s. The problem is; 5 pounds will last a LONG time since it is used so sparingly.
I will pitch in and take 5 pounds, just to help you.

 
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