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Old 08-02-2014, 06:21 AM   #11
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I'm driving up from Colorado springs tomorrow. Can't wait.

Wish you woulda let me know... I just went downtown today, would have rather gone up to Denver.


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Old 08-02-2014, 07:55 PM   #12
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Didn't know how good I had it!! Malteurop 2 row base malt $25 for a 50 pound sack..... I guess having friends in the micro business pays!!

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We are at 178 grains, 109 hops. Gigayeast, WYeast, White Labs and even Denver's own Inland Island Liquid Yeast! Plus all the dry yeast I can find.

Most all grains are under $2.00/lb and we even sell full bags at lower cost than what the old fashioned 'bulk buys' advertise-$47.95 gets you a 50lb of a base 2-row that is better than the Colorado 2-row! Rahr and Briess are under $50 a bag as well, English Maris Otter is typically around $67 a bag. Not everyone wants a full bag and our base 2-rows are as low as $1.49 and most are $1.75 or less.
Check us out at www.QuirkyHomebrew.com and under the beer page, on the right side, is a grain list and a hop list-I update it regularly but have to say, as I write this post, we have new hops and new grains. Meridian, Pride of Ringwood, Hull Melon and Avangard line.
And yes, we do our best to compete with online and there are no extra special order fees.
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:18 AM   #13
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You guys have any plans for online sales?


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Old 08-04-2014, 02:49 PM   #14
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Yes, we have plans but no set date. We are focusing on building up the store and meeting local demands and expectations (of Quirky and of customers) before going on line. Our new point of sale is a SQL back end and we are uploading product photos currently, so we are progressing towards the goal of being on line one step at a time. For now, please feel free to call us and ask about products! Not only will we answer, we are happy to prepare your order for pick up or shipping it to you.

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Awesome guys.

I will make my way up there if not this weekend, then next.

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Didn't know how good I had it!! Malteurop 2 row base malt $25 for a 50 pound sack..... I guess having friends in the micro business pays!!

H.W.
And what does this have to do with the price of tea in China???
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**DISCLAIMER**

**I am not affiliated with the store in any way, just sharing info that others might want**

For anyone still on the fence about Quirky, it is time to hop off and make it in to the store.

Hands down the best I have ever been in, and the prices are great.
They have a great line of grains from Patagonia, that smell and fast amazing, far better than any of the "big" brands at the same price point.

If you are curious about the pricing, take a look and decide for yourself.Grain List

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Just talked to Greg, and found out he carries Inland Island yeast, a lab in Denver.

Good Stuff

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