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Old 09-18-2013, 01:49 PM   #21
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26 bags not a bad start. Anyone want to close out the Victory malt? I like to add a touch to my pale ales makes for a nice addition


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Old 09-18-2013, 03:11 PM   #22
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Just wanted to check back in.
It seems that nhwrecker is the closest to me at this point.

Is anyone else getting in on this buy that perhaps lives closer to Northern Vermont (perhaps Littleton, Concord, etc...)?


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I would not be surprised if as the buy goes on there will be someone closer. You could put in your order and if you need to bow out there are always folks at the end that want a few bags.
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Old 09-19-2013, 03:49 PM   #24
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I'm most likely going to get involved in this group buy, and I live in Nashua, and wouldn't have a problem picking up your stuff in Taunton. I'm going over my needs right now before signing up.
I know this wasn't directed towards me, but I wonder if you might consider doing me the same courtesy? Nashua is a heck of a lot easier for me to work out than Taunton.. No hard feelings if you decline.
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Well, I work in Chelmsford, MA which is pretty darn close to Nashua. I live on Cape Ann in MA.
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Pardon my inexperience (only 3 batches into AG), but I'm looking for a Munich Malt ~9SRM. The CM-MUNH is listed as 6-10ASBC, is that the best one, or is there another that folks would recommend?

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I like the BZ-MUNH because is is a German malt. I find that if you want the true flavor of a fest beer you need a German malt. Also doing a decoction mash and a 90 minute boil helps also. Really none of the malts are going to give you a hard number in the catalog. You can enter the batch number into the website to get that hard number.

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Old 09-22-2013, 02:47 PM   #29
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I know this wasn't directed towards me, but I wonder if you might consider doing me the same courtesy? Nashua is a heck of a lot easier for me to work out than Taunton.. No hard feelings if you decline.
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I can certainly help out. I work in Lexington and Burlington, so I drive through Chelmsford every day.
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I like the BZ-MUNH because is is a German malt. I find that if you want the true flavor of a fest beer you need a German malt. Also doing a decoction mash and a 90 minute boil helps also.
Thanks, I've been using it in a red rye ale and an American IPA. Based on your recommendation I've replaced my CM-MUNH with a BZ-DMUN.


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