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Old 06-14-2008, 06:11 PM   #1
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Default Found some hops at a nice price online

I ordered.

Fuggle Domestic Pellets 2035LD 1 12.00 Option(s) = B. 1 lb (+9)
(Will ship within 24
hours)
Kent Goldings (UK) 2053LD 1 13.00 Option(s) = B. 1 lb (+10)
Imported Pellets
(Will ship within 24
hours)
Yakima Magnum Domestic 2098LD 1 12.00 Option(s) = B. 1 lb (+9)
Pellets
(Will ship within 24
hours)
Saaz (Czech) Imported 2080LD 1 14.00 Option(s) = B. 1 lb (+11)
Pellets
(Will ship within 24
hours)
Subtotal 51.00
Shipping 20.16
Tax 0.00
Total 71.16

I added it up and with shipping I'm paying like $1.11 per oz which I think is not bad. At least I think so looking around the Seattle area.
I got the food saver and will be doing double vac pacs on them and into the deep freeze.

I'm now a happy brewer...

Forgot, here is the link http://www.makewinebeer.com



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Old 06-14-2008, 06:16 PM   #2
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That is an outstanding price! Good find.


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Old 06-14-2008, 09:39 PM   #3
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find out if you can get mylar bags for that foodsaver. regular plastic is not an O2 barrier from what I have read and mylar is. I have a foodsaver also and have thought about longterm storage in the freezer but if its going to be longterm then it should be an O2 barrier not just a plastic bag.
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Holy crap is that for real?
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I hope it's for real, I just ordered 5 lbs.! Chinook pellets are $8.00/lb
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I ordered 4lbs of the hop goodness
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Wow awesome prices. I would be careful if you are paying by credit card. It did not appear as if the credit card entry page was secure. Maybe paypal or calling in your order would be better.
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Wow awesome prices. I would be careful if you are paying by credit card. It did not appear as if the credit card entry page was secure. Maybe paypal or calling in your order would be better.
I also found that the link posted by the OP did not work with paypal. However going to the following url provided an https checkout, and worked with paypal.

This links to the same site.

http://www.hamiltonhomebrew.com/

I also hope thst it is not some kind of scam. If so, well they got my allowance for this week!
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Old 06-15-2008, 12:53 PM   #9
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I do keep an eye in my bank statements.
Its a good habit.
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Old 06-15-2008, 01:54 PM   #10
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PayPal is an option on their site.

4 lbs...ordered...

Northern Brewer (Domestic)
Saaz (Czech)
Styrian Goldens (Slovinia)
Hallertau Mittelfruh (German)

$73.03


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