Denver

Barley Haven

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1050 S Wadsworth Blvd Ste B,Lakewood, CO 80226

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Additional Business Information

phones:

main: 303.936.2337

business hours:

M-Sa 10am-7pm, Su 11am-5pm

payment methods:

american express, cash, discover, mastercard, visa

categories:

professional services, food, hobby shops

urls:

website: http://barleyhaven.com

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based on 10 reviews

03/25/13
Crys A.
Purchased a beer kit here. The first time we went in service was fairly good, but the times afterward service was fairly non-existent. Not rude per se --...

03/20/13
Michael S.
I'm going to preface this review by saying that their customer service is good. Their staff has always been helpful and attentive. The reason I started...

01/03/13
Danielle S.
I've had nothing but good service and support from this store, and I've been here about 4 times now. Michael, the owner, is friendly and helpful. My mom...
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total check-ins: 77
03/04/13
Ian Hales
A small shop with a great selection and nice staff.
01/31/14
Erik Nelson
Best homebrew supply shop in Lakewood!
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user reviews

rating 4.7 out of 5
07/12/14
Jarrod Szydlowski
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....
03/02/14
Matt Faber
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 "b....
09/29/14
theraveographer
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.
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