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Re: american oak chips

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  • whynda
    ... Mate, depending on where you are you should maybe have tried a timber yard that specialises in imported wood, one that comes to mind right now is
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      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "dr_tucks" <dr_tucks@y...> wrote:
      > thanks for the responses.
      > Ive ordered 6 packs of those JD 210 cubic inch packs and two
      > spongebob dvds
      > (to fool those blood suckin customs dudes in to thinking im not a
      > total pisspot)
      > Obviously to the detriment of our australian native enviroment 3
      > packs for me 3 packs to be sprinkled on the native bushland to
      > americanify the place up a bit. Maybe ill run em through my ageing
      > barrels first.
      > Cost you say, well they appeared to be 2.75 pounds for 10US a bag
      > postage was 30US for 6 or 10 (that i tried to order first. i thought
      > id see if they cleared customs first)
      > Bull at a Gate Brewing at its finest
      > Dr tux out.


      Mate, depending on where you are you should maybe have tried a timber yard that specialises in imported wood, one that comes to mind right now is http://www.trendtimbers.com.au/ they have all sorts off goodies. I have dealt with them and they are nice people to do business with.

      my two cents worth (GST included)
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