What did you get delivered today

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  1. BarbarianBrewer

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    That's an awesome price! Are these local hops or imported? If they are imported then the price is even more surprising.

    ¡Es un precio increíble! ¿Son estos lúpulos locales o importados? Si son importados entonces el precio es aún más sorprendente.
     
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    That price is the National or Patagonian Cascade type for us, there are three other local varieties (local by production). The price ranges from 25--36 USD per Kg. The remaining types of hops the most economical of those imported the range goes from 34- 50 USD per Kg if one buys for 100 grams you have to add about 1 USDNow it is difficult to find Calypso or Citra, other Europeans. The American Cascade (USA) costs about 38USD per Kg. For me each Batch carries at least 200 Grs. (36 Liters)
     
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    Last night I was able to bottle and release the kegs today preparing everything for an IPA. Cooking night.

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    I recently became aware of Georgia’s one and only maltster who uses local grain. I like supporting the little guy.

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    Did you drive up to Calhoun for that?
     
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    Received 5 Ispindle PCB boards. Still waiting on the batteries and battery holders. Got the rest of the supplies last week.
     
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    No, price included tax and delivery. It’s basically the same price/lb. as our LHBS. No volume discount, but I purchased based on the locality and uniqueness. My initial observation is that the malt seems more plump than what I normally purchase. Going to brew a very small batch of pale ale to check flavor.
     
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    Awesome man I wish craft maltsters was a thing here where I live.
    I've herd some of these craft malts can be quite rich in flavour.
    I'd love to hear what you think of them.

    So ones an ale and ones a pilsner style malt?
    Different kilning temps/times - SRM?
     
  10. Semper Sitientem

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    The Pale 2 Row shows a SRM range of 1.5-2.2 on their website. The Pale Ale 2 Row is similar to Golden Promise and shows a 3.37 SRM
     
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    I just found out that there is a maltster 5 miles from my house. DUH!!!!!!! You have to buy 50lb bags though.
     
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    Got an email that I got a delivery: Pilsner, Munich, and a liquid to liquid jumper.
     
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    Luckily, these guys offer 25 lb. bags, even though the labels on my bags say 50 lbs. Even then, it’s still a lot for me. But, the warm weather has arrived so I’ll be brewing more lighter (flavor) beers.
     
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    Also some English crystal and rice hulls in the order.
     
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    The most expensive grain at this maltster is $1.36/pound US. I can't beat that anywhere I know.
     
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    Hmmm. Maybe a local homebrewer might take some off your hands if it is too much. :rolleyes:
     
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    Absolutely willing to share as long as I can sample the final product.
     
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    Got this last week for the cost of shipping it to me. IMG_20220523_095129.jpg
     
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    I don’t know what the rules are for sizing bags, but my BIAB does reach the bottom of my 8 gallon pot. I don’t think whether or not the bag reaches the bottom is the issue - and not reaching the bottom could allow you to apply direct heat to the kettle to maintain temp. Assuming it reaches at least far enough into the water to mash the grains, if it ties up tight, you should be good to go.
     
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