Davey Jones Fireworks Superstore enhances any celebration with a symphony of light and sound. Since 1977, the shops has helped guests create pyrotechnic displays with their large selection of fountains, sparklers, and firework novelties. Their stock suits all ages and occasions, from the wedding confetti poppers that sprinkle the bride to assortments specially designed for kid's. For larger displays, staff can explain the difference between fountains, cones, and setting your oven on fire with forgotten cookies.
At Bonacquisti Wine Company, founder Paul Bonacquisti crafts traditional and contemporary varietals with a balance of Old-World techniques and modern technical understanding, a method that has produced award-winning wines. Following a family tradition of winemaking that spans three generations, Paul uses the skills passed down from his father, a first-generation Italian American, to craft wines such as the Vinny No Neck, a heavy sangiovese blend. Through extensive studies with the International Wine Guild, Paul used his experience as a strong foundation for technical learning. In addition to carrying certification as an executive sommelier, Paul works to educate customers about wines and dispel common myths about the origin of a red-wine headache and the likelihood of drinking a bottle with a genie trapped inside.
Hop to It! outfits DIY drinkers of every skill level with all the tools and ingredients they need to craft original alcohol in their own home, be it beer, wine, or mead. Although kits come with all the equipment needed to distill your own draught, ingredients are sold separately. On the day you redeem your Groupon, though, you will receive 10% off your first beer recipe. The shop's massive selection of specialty grains, yeasts, herbs, spices, sugars, hops, and malt extracts make it easy to recreate your favorite local brews, such as Boulder Street Wheat ($36.99) and Northern Lights IPA ($44.99). Mad suds scientists, meanwhile, can blend concoctions with coriander seeds ($1.99), sweet orange peel ($2.49), cardamom seed ($2.99), and banana flavoring ($6.49) to discover what a Christmas ale might taste like in Kenya, or with ferment licorice sticks ($1.59) and strawberry flavoring ($7.69) to make Twizzlerbrau.
Although RockSalt Spa offers various types of massage including Thai and LeStone, its signature and unique treatment is salt therapy. Also known as halotherapy, salt therapy creates an anti-inflammatory environment that is beneficial to those suffering from allergies and other respiratory problems. During 45-minute sessions in a salt-therapy room, clients simply breathe in the micronized salt air which helps clear out bacteria, excess mucus, and any Legos they may have inhaled as a child. The therapy has been credited for relieving various ailments of the lungs; it may even help treat bronchitis, sinus infections, and ear infections.
The Home Furnishing Company eases the stress of shopping for new beds, couches, and living room furniture by uniting multiple services under one roof. Their 40,000 square foot Denver showroom displays a collection of furnishings from more than 20 different vendors, and their in-house transportation company can deliver specific pieces in less than a week. Customers can also benefit from in-house financing, or place their desired items on free lay-a-way, giving them ample time to convince their old couch that they've grown apart over the years.