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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #13

I'd be into splitting a couple The speciality of bags - between 2-3 of us - don't mind really - would have to be crushed though,maybe:
wheat/ torrified wheat
choc/brown/black
crystal
roast barley

This isn't set in stone - just thought it might be a handy way to stock up - any takers?

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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #14

"newToBrew":3oz7crz4 wrote: I'd be into splitting a couple The speciality of bags - between 2-3 of us - don't mind really - would have to be crushed though,maybe:
wheat/ torrified wheat
choc/brown/black
crystal
roast barley

This isn't set in stone - just thought it might be a handy way to stock up - any takers?[/quote:3oz7crz4]

Sounds good to me.

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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #15

1 marris otter crushed, 1 munich crushed and 1 wheat crushed.

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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #16

Great stuff - I bought crystal last time -

After some research I believe the crystal is EBC 150 and can be found in Beertools as Crystal75 - which I presume refers to 'lovibond' or whatever they use that side of the pond.

I bought it whole and am very happy with it. I still of course support my homebrew shops and this type of purchase only causes me to brew more and buy more bits from my homebrew stores. My only slight dilemma is that there are so many and I try to buy and support as many as I can.

I still believe there is a big market for Crushed Irish Grain (HINT HINT).

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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #17

James if you fancy splitting a few bags id be up for it.
Nigel

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GROUP BUY: MALT/GRAIN 9 years 3 months ago #18

"Partridge9":x64wslzv wrote:
I still believe there is a big market for Crushed Irish Grain (HINT HINT).[/quote:x64wslzv]
It is ridiculous that we can bring this in cheaper from England than buying Irish malt

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