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Glacier Pellet hops $12.99 per pound.. Check out our other bulk hops on sale here http://barleyhaven.com/hops/bulk-hops.html
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New hop varieties now available! Azacca, Jarrylo, Waimea, Hallertau Blanc, and Mandarina Bavaria. Also we were told that one of our experimental hops we have in stock is now called Eureka!
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A great reason to install a Temperature controller in your kegerator as well as you keezer.
I have a drinking problem, and it makes me order two beers at a time in bars and restaurants.
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Exactly... I will actually order two as well, usually a big barleywine or stout to sit behind the first one.
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Thanksgiving Holiday Business Hours::

Wednesday 11/26 10am-6pm
Thursday 11/27 Closed
Friday 11/28 10am-7pm
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Grande webserver upgrades tonight...please excuse our mild downtime.
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US made brew kettles with a limited lifetime warranty!
The X gallon BoilerMaker™ G2 is a no compromise brew pot packed with standard features. US made single piece construction and carries a lifetime limited warranty.
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Amazingly affordable brew system that also converts into a distiller. We're now accepting pre-orders http://barleyhaven.com/the-grainfather-alembic-pot-still.html
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Briess Mesquite Smoked malt available and instock!
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Our warehouse now carries a decent selection of Brewing Malts and Hops. Check out website's warehouse page for the rotating selection and inventory. http://barleyhaven.com/draft-n-still.html
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We will be open standard business hours during GABF
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Another new beer recipe now available
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1050 S Wadsworth Blvd Lakewood, CO 80226
1050 South Wadsworth BoulevardUSColoradoLakewood80226
(303) 936-2337barleyhaven.com
Brewing Supply Store, Winemaking Supply StoreToday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Beer brewing ingredients, beer recipe kits, Wine making kits, Beer and wine making equipment,Distilling supplies and Draft System parts. Open to homebrewers of all skill levels 7 days a week
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Go-to for beer-making aficionados offering necessary ingredients & equipment for home brewing.- Google
"Super awsome brew shop."
"Stainless bottle washer at Barley Haven - $20, Beer at Home - $14."
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Ryan Fountain
3 months ago
I think the Barley Haven is freakin' great. My first visit a few years back, I was under-impressed. Now I have been there many times, as I moved and it is easily the closest LHBS. I think they have grown quite a bit since my first visit, but the staff is what makes it my favorite. They are always eager to help but I like to pull my own grains, so I can think of the additional tweak to make it my own creation. Sure, going to a restaurant supply or the hardware store may save you a few bucks on the spoon or the making of your mash tun, but the convenience of it being in one place is nice. All in all, love this place and I visit almost weekly.
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Matt Faber
a year ago
Prices are high for the material products, but the info is a goldmine they give away free. I'm a CO native that left for the PNW for 16 years with the military. In the PNW I got into cider making through friends. Twice before I've tried brewing beer and quickly came to understand where the term "beer snob" came from. There's none of that at Barley Haven. Talking about the things I do out of the mainstream were met with interest rather than criticism and I was invited to come back when I had more time to learn more about brewing beer at no charge. I've been to Barley Haven twice now and both times experienced the exact opposite of what I expected in the Beer Capitol of the US (according the NPR, CO exports more beer than WI, CA and MO COMBINED). I've no doubt that I will become a regular despite the high mark up on actual products. If the tall bald guy or Elvis Costelo's twin (I'm terrible with names) spend half an hour explaining why hops are toasted or not, isn't that worth the extra $5 for a carboy?
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Jack Mabry Jr
2 months ago
This was a great place for me to start my adventures in HomeBrew.
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Jason Decker
a year ago
Super awsome brew shop. Every time I have been in here everyone is very helpful and answered tons of questions for me. They have lots of really cool toys and fair prices. Best in the Denver area.
Jarrod Szydlowski
11 months ago
Great selection but at high prices, especially for grain. Staff is friendly but they have messed up my grain bill before (despite me giving them a written list)... they insist on getting your grain for you but if you may want to insist on doing it yourself. If you're willing to make the drive, go to The Brew Hut instead. More affordable and more freedom.
Response from the owner - 11 months ago
Thank you for shopping at our home brew shop. We are all about customer service at Barley Haven, while we really strive to make your purchase experience as rapid as possible we don't insist any customer in taking our help and knowledge on putting together their beer recipe or ingredients... We just really like helping our home brewers. Of our nearly 130 choices in malts available we select the correct malts per your instructions. Thank you again for your business.
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Dana Thornton
a year ago
UPDATE: Prices here are definitely high - I bought a stainless ball valve kit (for a cooler-mash tun) and spent $50. The exact same valve kit at Beer at Home (Westminster): $30. Stainless bottle washer at Barley Haven - $20, Beer at Home - $14. That overpriced stainless spoon? $13 at Barley, $10 at Beer at Home. I still think the service was great but with extra mark-up and extra gas to make the trip - I don't know that I will be heading back that way. Didn't try to return the valve - just wrote it off as a "learning tax." As a novice home brewer I went to Barley Haven with more questions to be answered than cash to spend. I showed up late (about 20 minutes before close) and was greeted by Bryant. Turns out, I can be quite scattered with my questions - I was extremely pleased with his knowledge and his patience. Even though our conversation ran past closing time, he did not try to rush me out of the store; I felt that he would have happily stayed as long as necessary to help. As with the other home brew stores I have visited the pricing was a little high compared to the web but when you factor in shipping, convenience and the "immediate-gratification coefficient," it was right on par (FYI - Stainless spoon at B.H. $13+ dollars... Restaurant Supply on Federal... $3.98). They will also ship anything to you for free although I would miss the face-to-face time and the opportunity to bombard an unsuspecting clerk with a barrage of disjointed questions. Bottom line: This place is pretty far out of my way but unless I find a shop in my neighborhood that is practically giving things away it is worth the trip.
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theraveographer
9 months ago
Close to home with decent selection, but at their prices I'll still be driving to DryDock for my grains. North of $60 for a 5gal brew is more than I can swallow.
Response from the owner - 9 months ago
That sounds like a high gravity beer with a large grain bill. We'd love it if you shared more info.
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Steve Ward
2 years ago
I came in here for the first time earlier this week, and I had an excellent experience. I came looking for an extract beer kit, and I left with the ingredients to make a partial grain brew. There were three clerks working, and all three set separately to work to get me the items that I needed. They understood the description of the beer that I wanted, and they gave me my options. They don't sell ready-made ingredient kits, but have some house recipes which can be customized to the customer's specifications. All told, a good experience. My one reservation, I suppose, was that I came to spend about $35, and I ended up spending $65 because I got upsold on some supplies. That's OK, though, because I got good advice and I will use those supplies in the future. I will note that compared to some other homebrew stores I've been to, this store was well-lit, clean, and staffed by completely sober people. The professionalism was a bonus.
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