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#21 JKor

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Posted 21 April 2009 - 09:56 AM

I have a 120# postal scale. Should work fine.
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 12:30 PM

Updated List:zymo - 3 sacks (2-row, munich, MO)drez - 6 sacks (Rye, Munich, 2xMO, 2x2r)JK - 6 sacks (2xMO, 2x2r, wheat, munich)WinkyDow - 4 sacks (4xMO)bdutton - 3 units (50# Lt. DME)Communal - 3-6 (suggestions: pils, wheat, crystal, biscuit, caramunich?)25-28 sacks.I'm waiting on updated hop pricing. I'd like to order some hops if the bulk prices are good.
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 01:18 PM

OK, I have the current hops pricing from North Country.The pricing is $23-$24/lb (~$1.50/oz) for 1# bags and $18-$19/lb (~$1.15/oz) for 11# bags. I'm definitely down with splitting up a few pound bags and I'd go in on an 11lb. bag or two if there are a couple of varieties that we all want.I'll PM everyone the price list in a little bit.
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#24 ThroatwobblerMangrove

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Posted 21 April 2009 - 01:39 PM

OK, I have the current hops pricing from North Country.The pricing is $23-$24/lb (~$1.50/oz) for 1# bags and $18-$19/lb (~$1.15/oz) for 11# bags. I'm definitely down with splitting up a few pound bags and I'd go in on an 11lb. bag or two if there are a couple of varieties that we all want.I'll PM everyone the price list in a little bit.

I'd probably only be interested in pellets b/c I just don't have the space in my freezer to accommodate leaf hops. Is this an option?
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 02:04 PM

Communal - 3-6 (suggestions: pils, wheat, crystal, biscuit, caramunich?)

Was anyone interested in splitting up a bag of roasted barley between us? I usually make a few stouts a year. How about some golden promise?
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#26 JKor

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Posted 21 April 2009 - 04:08 PM

I'd probably only be interested in pellets b/c I just don't have the space in my freezer to accommodate leaf hops. Is this an option?

Ooops, my bad, I should've mentioned that the prices above are for T90 pellets. I just automatically posted pellet prices because that's what I prefer ( ;) ). Whole leaf are $1/lb cheaper.
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 04:28 PM

I am down for some hops depending on what they are .. Also I would split some GPHell ..I am down for just about anything they have ..LOL
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 05:02 PM

If this will happen in the next couple of weeks, I will take a sack of FB pilsen (and probably some specialty grains). When were you planning on placing the order?
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 05:26 PM

I'm hoping to place the order in the next 2-3 weeks. Maybe sooner if we can get all our ducks in a row. I'd like to get people to agree on some hops and grains to split up if we can. I'll put you down for a sack of FB Pils...
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 06:56 PM

OK, lets get the shared stuff going...put your name and how much you would want beside the product. I'm going to list a lot of options to start out and we'll trim it down when we figure out what the popular choices are.MaltsPils:Wheat:Crystal I (45L):Crystal II (60L): JK-10#,Dark Crystal I (85L):Dark Crystal II (120L): Chocolate: JK-10#,Roasted Barley: JK-10#,Melanoidin: JK-10#,Rye: JK-10#, Golden Promise:Munich:Add your own:HopsCascade: JK-1#There's a crapload of choices, I'm not going to list them all, so add what you want:I figure people could buy hops for themselves by the pound, but if there are a couple of varieties that a bunch of people want we can get an 11# bag and save $5/lb, whatever is left over I can just sell to other people on the board at cost. I'm sure it would be easy to get rid of whatever we don't want @ $18/lb.
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 07:58 PM

10# munich, 10# rye, 5# melanoidin, 5# roast barley. I'm all set on hops. Thanks for organizing this!
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Posted 21 April 2009 - 08:36 PM

Wow, it's annoying that you can't go back and edit your posts after a few hours. If anyone wants to stock up on specialty grains now is the time, it's only going to be about $0.80/lb for the specialty grains.Shared Supplies:MaltsPils:Wheat:Crystal I (45L):Crystal II (60L): JK-10# (need 45# for a full sack)Dark Crystal I (85L):Dark Crystal II (120L):Chocolate: JK-10#, (need 45# for a full sack)Roasted Barley: JK-10#, BZ-5# (need 40# for full sack)Melanoidin: JK-10#, BZ-5# (need 40# for full sack)Rye: JK-10#, BZ-10# (need 35# for full sack)Golden Promise:Munich: BZ-10# (need 45# for full sack)Add your own:HopsCascade: JK-1#Add your own:

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Posted 21 April 2009 - 09:06 PM

JK,I have a badass spreadsheet that has all the malts on it. It figures everything. Just need to put in sak pricing and it does all the math. If you want it, pm me your email. This thing has saved me thousands of man hrs.
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 12:15 AM

Haven't posted yet as I can get grains for less(know people), but if a meetup can be organized for grain pickup date where we all have some fun I could be down.
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 03:25 AM

My updated OrderFull Sacks:55# 2-row55# Maris Otter55# Munich (Bestmalz)I'll specify brands on the above as we get closer to order time since I don't know what the best brands are for everything right now...Partial Sacks:15# Pils15# Wheat10# Cyrstal II (60L)10# Roasted Barley20# Golden Promise10# Caramel Munich 60LHops1# Hallertauer Mittelfrüh1# Williamette1# Magnum
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 03:33 AM

Wow, it's annoying that you can't go back and edit your posts after a few hours. If anyone wants to stock up on specialty grains now is the time, it's only going to be about $0.80/lb for the specialty grains.Shared Supplies:MaltsPils:Wheat:Crystal I (45L): Drez 5#Crystal II (60L): JK-10# (need 45# for a full sack)Dark Crystal I (85L): Drez 5#Dark Crystal II (120L):Chocolate: JK-10#, (need 45# for a full sack) Drez 5#Roasted Barley: JK-10#, BZ-5# (need 40# for full sack) Drez 5#Melanoidin: JK-10#, BZ-5# (need 40# for full sack) Drez 5#Rye: JK-10#, BZ-10# (need 35# for full sack)Golden Promise: Drez 15#Munich: BZ-10# (need 45# for full sack)Add your own:Pale Chocolate Drez 10#HopsCascade: JK-1#Add your own:Northern Brewer - I will take the pound unless anyone else want to split - Drez


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Posted 22 April 2009 - 04:00 AM

Also, Any interest in splitting some PBW??
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 04:36 AM

i don't have space to store grain in bulk, but thanks for offering to include me!
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 08:20 AM

Hey guys,Finally made the switch over here4 bags of Marris Otterin terms of specialty I really only need black malt and I can understand not wanting a whole sack of that. If it happens that you do get a sack of it though I would take 10lb anyway. I am good on hops.
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Posted 22 April 2009 - 09:13 AM

What do all of you guys (who have done this before) store your grains in? I'm looking for something somewhat air/moisture tight and economical. I'll probably vacuum seal the smaller amounts of specialty grains but the 55lb bags would probably take a long time to seal up using my foodsaver.
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