New Broomfield shop offers a trim and a tall one

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Jared Broach behind the bar of Saloon Cuts. (Kailyn Lamb)

Shave and a haircut – and two beers.

That’s the business plan at Saloon Cuts, a new barbershop and bar in Broomfield.

Customers can get both a hot shave and a cold brew: a $25 shampoo, hot towel treatment, neck shave and trim, plus a beer for around $3 a pour.

Owner Jared Broach opened Saloon Cuts in June, investing $100,000 to launch the enterprise at 2420 E. Midway Blvd. He said he’s making a 20 percent profit.

The lease: 5 years, $2,600 per month

The brews: 30 beers, local and out-of-state

The team: Four full-time barbers and a saloon manager

The boss: Jared Broach, elevator salesman by day, salon and saloon owner by night

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Jared Broach behind the bar of Saloon Cuts. (Kailyn Lamb)

Shave and a haircut – and…

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