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Old 12-31-2008, 06:49 PM   #1
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Im looking for a cheap place online to order grain from. Im looking to buy some US 2row pale malt. If it makes a difference, I am located in Upstate NY.

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Old 12-31-2008, 06:56 PM   #2
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As far as i can tell, shipping costs kill any online retailer deals. Your LHBS will probably be the best option, unless you can get in on a bulk group buy direct from the source.


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We have a 200 pound 2-row option on our website with $6.99 shipping on the first item and free shipping on the rest of your order.

Here is a link: Bulk 2-row

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Im looking for a cheap place online to order grain from. Im looking to buy some US 2row pale malt. If it makes a difference, I am located in Upstate NY.

thanks in advance.
You're upstate? Check out North Country Malt. Their shipping isn't too bad. I know I pay less to get a sack delivered to my door than it would cost me if I hoofed it on down to the LHBS.
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The Country Malt Group is way up state but if it's in driving distance, go for it.

Just as an example, Thomas Fawcett Maris Otter is $.73/pound for a full sack.
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We have a 200 pound 2-row option on our website with $6.99 shipping on the first item and free shipping on the rest of your order.

Here is a link: Bulk 2-row

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OOOH Do a 100# bag!
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How can you afford to do that? I wish I could afford to buy it.
By selling it for $1.149 a pound :P
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We have a 200 pound 2-row option on our website with $6.99 shipping on the first item and free shipping on the rest of your order.

Here is a link: Bulk 2-row

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How is that 200 lbs packaged? I may be interested in bringing that up to CT....
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I use the country malt group. They have great prices if you can get a bulk order together.


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