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Grain and Grape 'grain book' question

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jc64, 5/6/17.

 

  1. jc64

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    Posted 5/6/17
    Probably been asked a million times but I did a quick search and couldn't see much on this.

    Could someone please explain how the grain book prices, weights etc. work to me like I'm a half cut homebrewer?

    Cheers.
     
  2. manticle

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    Posted 5/6/17
    Pay upfront.
    Order grain on credit (your prepaid credit).

    Prices reflect bulk type prices for base.

    Any other specifics you'd be best asking John or another GG rep.
     
  3. Mardoo

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    Posted 5/6/17
    Two books, domestic malt and international malt. Domestic is cheaper. Otherwise as manticle says.
     
  4. jc64

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    Posted 6/6/17
    Thanks, looking to try out some different malts and this seems like an great way to do it.

    I'll give the store a call.
     
  5. PaleRider

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    Posted 6/6/17
    Correct, however you can still buy domestic from an international book.
     
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