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Re: Using Munich Malt
« Reply #30 on: December 13, 2010, 07:42:18 PM »
Where did you order it from. That sounds like a good price. I'm thinking about ordering a bag as well.

I have to order it through my LHBS which gets it from Crosby&Baker. I'm not sure if they distribute to Delaware HBSs.

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Re: Using Munich Malt
« Reply #31 on: December 13, 2010, 08:03:46 PM »
ok I will have to give the BM light munich a try. looks like they also have a 10-12L dark munich, do you have any experience with it?

No I don't and probably won't for a while. I just ordered myself a bag of Weyermann Munich II. Looks like the price went down. It's "just" $56 now. The price for Weyermann used to be in the 60s.

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Kai - how can you say that when a few posts before you say you're about done with best dark Munich ?

Confused :-[
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Re: Using Munich Malt
« Reply #32 on: December 13, 2010, 08:33:24 PM »
ok I will have to give the BM light munich a try. looks like they also have a 10-12L dark munich, do you have any experience with it?

No I don't and probably won't for a while. I just ordered myself a bag of Weyermann Munich II. Looks like the price went down. It's "just" $56 now. The price for Weyermann used to be in the 60s.

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Kai - how can you say that when a few posts before you say you're about done with best dark Munich ?

Confused :-[

I read jaybeermanns comment too fast and assumed that he would have seen my comment about the BM Dark Munich in the beginning of this thread. Yes, I do have experience with this malt and I didn't like it. However, this is just the opinion of one brewer and other may have had better experiences or used it in a way that worked better for their brewing.

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Re: Using Munich Malt
« Reply #33 on: December 13, 2010, 08:46:59 PM »
I read jaybeermanns comment too fast and assumed that he would have seen my comment about the BM Dark Munich in the beginning of this thread. Yes, I do have experience with this malt and I didn't like it. However, this is just the opinion of one brewer and other may have had better experiences or used it in a way that worked better for their brewing.
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ummm...check the first page of this thread  ;)

Blatz,

Hey, that was at least three days and a whole page ago, I seriously hope you don't expect me to remember things that far back.  ;D

Maybe I need to try weyermann dark again and best light munich for the first time. Thanks blatz and kai

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