The 3 Processing Techniques that Coffee Farmers Use

The 3 Processing Techniques that Coffee Farmers Use

August 25, 2018

Ever wonder what happens to coffee beans before they’re roasted, packaged, and shipped to stores?

Maybe you’d like to know where the beans even grow – some random coffee farm on an island? Utah?

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Craft Coffee Changed My Life

Craft Coffee Changed My Life

August 02, 2018

 

One day, I got the urge to walk in the craft coffee shop that's in my neighborhood. I had quit coffee a few years ago having grown tired of the burnt and bitter taste that my counter top pot made.

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Dark Roast Coffee Memoirs of a Jazz Musician

Dark Roast Coffee Memoirs of a Jazz Musician

April 20, 2018

When many people picture musicians, they think they’re all rich and famous. That they sleep on a pile of money every night and drink wine like it’s water. Too funny! 

The life of a jazz musician can definitely be fun, but like I said, it comes with problems.

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Coffee On Tour: Ezra Salmine, Monitor Engineer, For King and Country

Coffee On Tour: Ezra Salmine, Monitor Engineer, For King and Country

April 05, 2018

If load-in is finished with enough buffer time before show; the expectation is that we will walk to the best local coffee shop and recharge before the show.

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Outdoor Acoustics Fueled by Light Roast Coffee

Outdoor Acoustics Fueled by Light Roast Coffee

March 14, 2018

While the visual beauty was astonishing, the quiet call of the loon layered with the strokes of my paddle against the pure clear water was the best acoustic concert I've attended.

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Beth Williams, Innovative Coffee and Ken Griffey, Jr.

Beth Williams, Innovative Coffee and Ken Griffey, Jr.

July 19, 2017

Coffee is the medium we use to create a “good excuse to get together”. When it does come to serving coffee: we (the staff of Admiral Coffee House) set out to create a “20 minute vacation” 

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Macchiato Wit, or Widdout?

Macchiato Wit, or Widdout?

February 18, 2017

Brewtoria recently had a chance to conduct a Twitter interview (Twitter-view) of Philly’s own Cara Mia @CaraMiaSG. She delivered some thought provoking tweet responses on her love of coffee. Enjoy!...

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el ATL Coffee Master, Aaron Cruz

el ATL Coffee Master, Aaron Cruz

February 07, 2017

When it comes to coffee, we’re all on the same playing field. We’re excited here at Brewtoria to feature writer, photographer, and coffee enthusiast Aaron Cruz. Aaron maintains a popular...

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Coffee Talk with Global-Goose's Kelly Dunning

Coffee Talk with Global-Goose's Kelly Dunning

February 01, 2017

In our on-going blog series on the relationship between coffee and people, Brewtoria recently had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly Dunning of the travel website global-goose.com. Kelly, who is from...

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Coffee and Hockey, The Perfect Match!

Coffee and Hockey, The Perfect Match!

January 25, 2017

Coffee couldn’t exist without people. Many people can’t exist without coffee. But why? Brewtoria is looking to answer that and discover those stories. Our friend Abbie Says from Montreal shares...

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International Coffee Day

October 05, 2016

Brewtoria had a chance to catch up with Norm's Table Blogger, Scott Redding for a delightfully smooth New York Roast at Saline's Brewed Awakenings on International Coffee Day, Saturday October...

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Zingerman's Coffee Company, Ann Arbor, MI

September 13, 2014

Feeling adventurous? Try some different coffee brewing methods at your favorite coffee shop. Yesterday I had my first Aerobie Aeropress at Zingerman’s Coffee Company in Ann Arbor, MI. The Aeropress’s...

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