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Old 02-07-2013, 05:54 PM   #1
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Time for another group buy, ladies and gents. Prices have not changed. Here are the details:

I have a source that's offering the following prices with freight to Lincoln at $135 (so add $6.75 shipping to each bag until we get over 20, then it will go down with each additional bag). Each bag is 50lbs. unless otherwise noted. All bags are Briess unless otherwise noted.

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The price of each bag drops significantly (due to spreading freight cost over more bags) as we get more bags. I believe we'll be well over 20 bags, probably closer to 30+


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Old 02-07-2013, 06:03 PM   #2
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I'd really like to get some Nugget hops on this buy, but it's 11lb. minimum. I'd be in for a few pounds myself, but would need partners. This is my favorite and most versatile hop. I make an excellent IPA from them yet also use them for bittering anything that I want a smooth, un-harsh bitterness (MUCH cleaner than CTZ) due to the low cohumulone level. I've made lagers, light pales, even a few fruit blondes with this hop.

Probably looking at under $10/lb. for them, which is WAY cheaper than you can get them shipped (try $19 minimum for 1#...I've been looking all day).

Anyway, keep it in mind. You could always sell some off throughout the year if need be.


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Old 02-07-2013, 06:26 PM   #3
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Order emailed to ya. Thanks tre9er!
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:31 PM   #4
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I'm in for a 2-row, Light Munich and Vienna.

 
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:35 PM   #5
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Got Chris and Greg on the list. Thanks.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:41 PM   #6
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If anyone is willing to split a bag of Honey Malt, I've been using it as a lighter sweet malt (lighter than C40/60) for some lagers, pales and blondes. We can even split it 3 ways if you want since it's a 55lb. bag.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:57 PM   #7
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I would be for splitting the honey. Whether 1/2 or 3 ways, either works for me since I do not use a ton of it.

First group grain buy, so hope this isnt covered somewhere and I missed it, but email/pm you with the order? Then figure out exact costs once everyone has their orders in?

 
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I would be for splitting the honey. Whether 1/2 or 3 ways, either works for me since I do not use a ton of it.

First group grain buy, so hope this isnt covered somewhere and I missed it, but email/pm you with the order? Then figure out exact costs once everyone has their orders in?
Yep, just post here or PM me your order. The shipping starts at $6.75/bag assuming 20 bags, then goes down from there with each bag. Basically it's $135 to ship the whole order, so we divide it by poundage and that's your shipping.

I'll post "final" costs but I also try to update the shipping costs as they drop.

If we split the Honey 2 ways we'd each pay roughly $3.50 shipping and then that could go down after we eclipse 20 bags total for the order.

When the order is closed, the vendor will send you your own personal link to pay for your order. I handle ZERO money.

Clear as mud?!?
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:17 PM   #9
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Can't decide between munich 10 and 20... Anyone know what Kirk sells? I've been happy with it, but he doesn't list the specifics.. Also, when do you think it will be time to pay? If I have my tax return back, I will probably get an extra bag or so of two row. Currently, I'm looking at two of those, a munich, and a vienna.

What are your thoughts on the munich, if any?

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I think his Munich is the 20*L variety but I'm not certain.


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