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Old 03-31-2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default DC Metro area group buy #2

With the first buy filled up, I am starting this thread to start recording requests for the next go around. Priority will go to anyone on the last buy that did not make it. Will post details on that once I get the sheet finished tomorrow.


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Count me in for a sack of Vienna. Which catalog are we using now, and where is the pick up location?


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I'd like 4 bags of Briess Organic 2-row, if you're still up for meeting me at Blue Mountain with them.
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bobberdc: using Jay's price list. I am going to update it in a day or two and I have asked for Vienna prices as well as no one has ordered it yet. I am probably going to get a sack or split one with someone myself on the next go around as I want to do a Vienna Lager soon.

winterc: Sure thing, though I have to check with Jay on the Organic. Does it have to be Briess, as he can only get a limited selection of that maltster? I was just there Saturday for some local sausage pizza, a kolsch 151, and a couple of their artisanal ales. Good stuff!
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Stonebrewer, is there any way to get any crystal malts on that list?
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Wish I was far enough north to take advantage.
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Stonebrewer, is there any way to get any crystal malts on that list?
Yup. We added them in already, I just have not updated the sheets. I will do that ASAP. They were $45 for a 50 lb sack, $47.25 with tax.
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If there's still room to get in on this buy, I need 1 sack each of Pilsen, 2-row, and Munich. Rahr or Canada Malting if available.
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winterc: Sure thing, though I have to check with Jay on the Organic. Does it have to be Briess, as he can only get a limited selection of that maltster? I was just there Saturday for some local sausage pizza, a kolsch 151, and a couple of their artisanal ales. Good stuff!
Just interested in organic 2-row, I'm not so concerned with maltster unless it's super high priced (over $70/50lbs)
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If there's still room to get in on this buy, I need 1 sack each of Pilsen, 2-row, and Munich. Rahr or Canada Malting if available.
There is room as this one really just kicked off. Rahr is available for the pils and 2-row. Munich is Weyermann, and you can choose between light and dark. Not sure the Lovibond rating on the two, though someone posted a guess in the other thread.


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Just interested in organic 2-row, I'm not so concerned with maltster unless it's super high priced (over $70/50lbs)
I will check to see if he can get organic or not and get back to you as soon as I hear.


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