Co-roasting spaces open the door for new roasters around the globe
Glitter Cat has revealed its participants in this year’s Bootcamp, which will train coffee professionals from around the country to compete in the 2020 U.S. Coffee Championships.
The 2019 Golden Bean Coffee Roasters Competition and Conference wrapped up last weekend in Nashville, Tennessee, after four days filled with cupping, camaraderie, and lots and lots of coffee.
At the 2019 U.S. Barista Championship semifinal, Sam Schaefer announced his intended new project, Mockingbird Coffee, a roastery and tasting room set to launch in Ann Arbor this fall. But last month, in an emotional Instagram post, Schaefer revealed that the business had come to an abrupt halt.
Austin, Texas, is now on the roster of cities playing host to Intelligentsia Coffee. The brand’s new outpost brings exceptional seasonal coffees to Austin, all of which are directly sourced from Intelligentsia’s longtime partners in 14 countries.
Across the country, many independent coffee and tea shops have embraced sustainability as part of their intrinsic brand. It’s a way of signaling to buyers, partners, and customers that they’re motivated by more than just the business’ financial bottom line.
An interview with Kelly Stombaugh, artist and roaster, on how she transformed a Synesso MVP into the retro arcade machine of her childhood dreams.
Roasters, pack your bags, spoons, and beret: This year’s Coffee Roasters Guild Camp is scheduled to take place in Annecy, France, September 30–
The UC Davis Coffee Center recently announced the hire of its first full-time staff member, Juliet Han.
Hidden House’s Santa Ana location builds upon owner Ben Briggs’ dream of having a mom-and-pop café that caters to its community.