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Old 07-19-2013, 03:22 AM   #131
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So how do we group buy? I word love a few bags


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Old 07-19-2013, 11:03 AM   #132
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Until someone finds a relationship with a brewery or brewpub that will allow us to piggyback onto their purchase, I don't see how we continue. Always open to new ideas...


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Old 08-05-2013, 04:44 PM   #133
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We have set up a group buy available through Wine Workshop in Decatur. Although the prices aren't what we had before the Country Malt crackdown, they seem to be the best we have found otherwise. Here is a link to the signup sheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...tM0RrSlE#gid=7

If we reach 10 sacks in our order, we get a 5% discount. 20 sacks gives us 10% discount. I don't expect these thresholds to be a problem. Once our grain arrives at the store, everyone is free to pick up their own order at the store at their leisure.
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Old 08-06-2013, 04:00 PM   #134
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^ Is there a thread set up for us a post amounts wanted?
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Looks like you just add your name to the spreadsheet and put in the quantities wanted. It's set up to calculate the cost based on quantity. Pretty cool.
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Correct. As we hit their break points, costs will self correct.
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Awesome, I will get my order in tonight!
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I would like to join this group buy, what do i need to do?
I live in Douglasville. probably in the next month or two.

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It looks like tax is being calculated on the entire grain buy, but not the individual bags or orders. How will this be handled?

Also, what is the timeframe for finalizing and placing the order?
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It looks like tax is being calculated on the entire grain buy, but not the individual bags or orders. How will this be handled?

Also, what is the timeframe for finalizing and placing the order?
Since its not filling as fast as I thought, we'll wait till we reach 20 bags for the additional discount. Then, I'll send a notice requesting emails and will pass that on to the store. They will prep individual invoices and send them to you. You can call and pay over the phone. Once all bags are paid for, they will place the order. Should take about a week to arrive.


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