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Old 03-12-2012, 09:22 PM   #131
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Rule #1, don't post all your batches to this thread: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f14/how-...2012-a-290840/
I post every single drop of homebrew that I make in that thread. I think last year my wife and I made 195.25 gallons.


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Old 03-13-2012, 01:43 AM   #132
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I'm getting 25lb
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:50 AM   #133
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I completed a couple splits:
CM-WHET
DME

Started a new split for some munich

I ordered 1/4 bag of the flaked corn, but we still need someone to get 1/4 bag to finish that one.

Then I ordered full bags of CM-2row (2 bags) & BD-PALE.

Thanks for putting this together! There are four of us brewing together in Swissvale so we'll put it to good use. If anyone wants to get together in the City of Pittsburgh for a brew day sometime, let me know.

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 02:00 AM   #134
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I completed a couple splits:
CM-WHET
DME

Started a new split for some munich

I ordered 1/4 bag of the flaked corn, but we still need someone to get 1/4 bag to finish that one.

Then I ordered full bags of CM-2row (2 bags) & BD-PALE.

Thanks for putting this together! There are four of us brewing together in Swissvale so we'll put it to good use. If anyone wants to get together in the City of Pittsburgh for a brew day sometime, let me know.
Simon I took the .25 of Munich off. I'm on my phone or I would add another row for a new split with Munich. Once a split equals 1 it is complete.

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:15 PM   #135
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I opened a split for rye malt.

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:20 PM   #136
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AROUND 5 SACKS TO GO

OPEN SPLITS:

Munich .75 sack
Rye .50 sack
Corn CLOSED IF ANYONE WANTS .25 LET ME KNOW. I DON'T NEED A HALF A SACK BUT WANTED TO CLOSE THE SPLIT.
StarSan CLOSED

Lets close today! I'd love to get the order finalized and sent to country malt for final pricing.

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:29 PM   #137
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I closed the rye split. If we don't finish the munich split I started.. no big deal.

Does anyone know how long the grain is good for storage assuming no mice, moisture, etc?

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:43 PM   #138
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I closed the rye split. If we don't finish the munich split I started.. no big deal.

Does anyone know how long the grain is good for storage assuming no mice, moisture, etc?
6 months to a year I believe. If i'm wrong someone please correct me

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:44 PM   #139
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CLOSED


IMPORTANT: please send me an email with your paypal email address. Make the subject paypal. I know a couple of you sent me paypal info but please send again. Make sure there are no typo's as it will only delay the process. If you want to send money through bank of america still send me paypal info so i can invoice you. If you have questions let me know.

Recieved = R Waiting = W Invoiced = I
dand9066 - Indiana, PA Paypal = R
Dmase - Monroeville, PA Paypal = R
adamreef - Cranberry Township, PA Paypal = R
Paymygasbill77 - Finleyville, PA Paypal = R
bmickey - Salem, OH Paypal = R
ButcherBoy - Lower Burrell, PA Paypal = R
Mcgeebc - Cleveland area, OH Paypal = R
Beezer94 - Harmony, PA Paypal = R
faithinchaosx - Pittsburgh, PA Paypal = R
hio3791 - Venetia, PA Paypal = R
coyote68 - Indiana, PA Paypal = R
hop_head76 - Imperial, PA Paypal = R
kpr121 - unknown Paypal = R
shuggy - Butler, PA Paypal = R
Bruwsomtin - Shippenville, PA Paypal = R
fredtheseal - Monroeville, PA Paypal = R
PJM - Wheeling, WV Paypal = R
bja - Butler, PA Paypal = R
Rloc - Pittsburgh, PA Paypal = R
neutrinodust - Butler, PA Paypal = R
wyoohio - Wadsworth, OH Paypal = R
Trent_77590 - Uniontown, PA Paypal = R
doubl3h3lix - Wadsworth, OH Paypal = R
sinisterkid - Steubenville, OH Paypal = R
simonh - Pittsburgh, PA Paypal = R
zcrxt - New Castle, PA Paypal = R
jags0401 - New Kensington, PA Paypal = R
Mbell - Verona, PA Paypal = R

Copyright1997 - NY Paypal = R

 
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Old 03-13-2012, 02:24 PM   #140
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Awesome! Lets get this thing paid for and shipped! dand, do you know if the estimate calculated in the order form includes shipping or is that going to be extra? I just want to try to get some budgetary estimate into my accounting department (SWMBO! lol).

RE: grain storage: I am planning to use all my grain within the year stored in white food grade 5 gallon buckets. I've even thought about maybe purging the space with CO2 in the buckets that will be around the longest, althought I am not sure that is necessary.


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Secondary: Table Red Wine, Table White Wine
Kegged:Oberon Clone, "Campfire" Hoppy Red Ale, Brown Trout Stout, Cider
Bottled: Random stuff(Cider, Mead, Wines)
Bulk Aging: Red wine, Blueberry "Brandy"
Up Next: Citra Blonde, Kolsch, IPA, IPA, IPA

 
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