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Old 03-12-2012, 04:43 PM   #121
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About 15 sacks open

OPEN SPLITS:

Wheat Malt 1/2 a sack left
Flaked Corn 1/2 a sack left
DME for starters 20lbs left in 5lb increments.
StarSan 1 gallon left


There is only 1 more spot on the sheet for buyers. Could replace Forddog who has not placed an order and has had access to the sheet for some time.

doubl3h3lix, zcrxt, simonh, and jags0401 we are closing at 3 pallets which is around 126 sacks. We are at 113 right now. Its a race against time to make sure you get your order in.

First come first served. I can't do it any different than that and be fair about it.


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Old 03-12-2012, 04:46 PM   #122
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Any one want to do a split on maris otter?
I took the other half and got rid of my full sack of MO.


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Old 03-12-2012, 06:59 PM   #123
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I took the other half and got rid of my full sack of MO.
You will find that 1/2 sack of MO is not nearly enough If you like English Ales or things like Mirror Pond http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f66/mirr...e-clone-70466/ it is simply awesome.

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Figure it this way. If you make a typical 5.0 ABV ale with MO, 5 gallons requires close to 10#. So 1/2 sack is a little under 3 batches, not nearly enough!
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:00 PM   #124
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1 bag GW-2ROW
1/2 bag CM-WHET

I would be interested in splitting a bag of pilsner grain if there is additional interest.
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1 bag GW-2ROW
1/2 bag CM-WHET

I would be interested in splitting a bag of pilsner grain if there is additional interest.
Put the split you want on the sheet and if it fills ur good. If not the. Ur just out that split

Copyright I'm new to all grain. This should suffice for now.
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:13 PM   #126
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You will find that 1/2 sack of MO is not nearly enough If you like English Ales or things like Mirror Pond http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f66/mirr...e-clone-70466/ it is simply awesome.

[Yes, I'm the little devil sitting on your shoulder. ]

Figure it this way. If you make a typical 5.0 ABV ale with MO, 5 gallons requires close to 10#. So 1/2 sack is a little under 3 batches, not nearly enough!

Remember, dand9066 is the one organizing this group buy. Which most likely means there will not be another one until he gets through his grains. We donít want him sitting on 250 lbs of grain that would take him 2 years to use up (Yes I am the little devil on your little devilís shoulder!)
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Remember, dand9066 is the one organizing this group buy. Which most likely means there will not be another one until he gets through his grains. We don’t want him sitting on 250 lbs of grain that would take him 2 years to use up (Yes I am the little devil on your little devil’s shoulder!)
Even if I was to stock up I would help organize another one in a couple months if there is interest.
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Even if I was to stock up I would help organize another one in a couple months if there is interest.
You are the man! I figure my grains will hold me over at the very least 6 months, most likely till the end of the year as I have been tending to brew lower OG beers recently. Gotta pay some attention to that 200 gallon annual household limit also!
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Remember, dand9066 is the one organizing this group buy. Which most likely means there will not be another one until he gets through his grains. We donít want him sitting on 250 lbs of grain that would take him 2 years to use up (Yes I am the little devil on your little devilís shoulder!)
In that case, 10# of MO is all he needs!

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You are the man! I figure my grains will hold me over at the very least 6 months, most likely till the end of the year as I have been tending to brew lower OG beers recently. Gotta pay some attention to that 200 gallon annual household limit also!
Rule #1, don't post all your batches to this thread: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f14/how-...2012-a-290840/
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In that case, 10# of MO is all he needs!

Rule #1, don't post all your batches to this thread: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f14/how-...2012-a-290840/
I'm getting 25lb


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