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Old 12-17-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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New Homebrew store in Northglenn.

The owner is very knowledgable and has a lot of inventory at good prices. The best part is the store is open 7 days a week.


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Old 02-25-2014, 12:13 AM   #2
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I grew up in Northglenn so I think I would like to visit the store and see my old stomping grounds. It is out of my way as I live by Lowry but I think it might be a fun trip.
Thanks for the info!

http://www.quirkyhomebrew.com/


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Any idea what their grain price is? That's been my barometer as of late for pricing.

Barley Haven is in the lower $2.00/lb (maybe $2.15?) range. Brew Hut is at $1.85/lb. Don't know what the others are but I'm trying to check around occasionally.
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Any idea what their grain price is? That's been my barometer as of late for pricing.

Barley Haven is in the lower $2.00/lb (maybe $2.15?) range. Brew Hut is at $1.85/lb. Don't know what the others are but I'm trying to check around occasionally.
ranges from 1.75-2.50 depending on the grain. Greg carries 170-something grains at the moment, a lot of stuff you don't see often like MFB, Europemalt, Patagonia, and BestMalts, besides the regular Breiss/Weyerman/Rahr/etc. Forget how many hops he has now....in the 60-70 variety range. Yeast from Danstar, Fermentis, Mango Jack, Wyeast, White Labs, Gigayeast.

If he doesn't have it, he can pretty much get it. No special order fees. Internet prices without the shipping.
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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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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 grans 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.
you oughta be in my area instead. hahahhaa!!
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I need to get up there before my next brewing session!
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Quirky's is easily the best homebrew store in the state at this point. We're lucky to have them!
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Thanks doobliebop! We are still growing and expanding! As your Denver Metro Homebrew Super Store we are looking to carry it all and be internet competitive. A big goal, we admit, but our goal it is. Seldom a week goes by without us adding a few new products. Thanks for the support and keep spreading the word so we keep growing!
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I'm driving up from Colorado springs tomorrow. Can't wait.


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