Fermentis Safale K-97 is a dry yeast in the German Ale style. It's suitable for Kolsch and Alt beers but also used in Belgian Wheat styles. Now available at Barley's! Check out this great Post from the Brulosophy team about K-97!
Escarpment Laboratories liquid yeast. Made in Canada. Now available at Barley's
Save money on grain by purchasing in bulk! You'll just need your own grain mill. The Evil Twin 2-roller mill from the Vintage Shop is a great mill for the homebrewer and at an affordable price. (See in-store for bulk pricing on on grains). Check out the mill at http://www.shopbarleys.com
Yeast Starters are a great way to save money on yeast. Both Wyeast and White Labs claim to have 100 billion cells per package. That might sound like a lot but the optimum pitch rate for a modest O.G. of 1.054 is considered to be 10 million cells/ml. That means 230 billion cells in a 23 L … Continue reading Featured Item: Magnetic Stir Plate
New in store! Tahoma hop pellets. Locally grown in BC by our friends at Topp's Hops. One of a few, recent non-patented varietals, this hop traces parentage to Glacier. Developed at the USDA and Washington State University in 2013. Dual Purpose Best used in: Blondes, Wheat Beers & Lagers Flavour: Lemon citrus, Orange, Wood & … Continue reading Tahoma Hops
Escarpment Laboratories is a Canadian liquid yeast producer! Barley's will be placing our first ever Escarpment Yeast order next week. If you would like to pre-order anything, please let us know (call or email) by Sunday December 2nd. Check out their strains here. Keep in mind that not all strains are available at all times. … Continue reading Escarpment Laboratories Yeast Order
Barley's will be closed on Sunday November 11th for Remembrance Day. We will be open on Monday November 12th from 11 to 5 (instead of 10 to 6)
The Beer Mariner Brewing - Afterglow Chestnut Brown Ale "Basking in the afterglow of a perfect Fall sunset, the end of the day doesn't mean the end of the experience. Our Chestnut Brown Ale embodies the warmth of the season and leaves you with the feeling of comfort." "This Chestnut Brown Ale combines English tradition … Continue reading Clone Competition!
If you're an all-grain brewer and want to save money on grain, the best way to do it is to buy in bulk. But not everyone has the space at home to store a grain mill and full sacks of malt. Consider our Barley Club as an alternative! With the Barley Club, you can purchase … Continue reading Barley Club
How long will it be until we see some commercially produced Cannabis-beer for sale in Canada? The race is on! And, as always, I expect homebrewers will lead the way in craft beer innovation. Any thoughts on combining your favourite herb (or maybe second to its cousin, Hops) with your favourite beverage? Dry-budding? Are we looking … Continue reading CannaBeer Competition