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Roast_MayJune19_Article1_CanYouTasteRoastingSystem

(Editor’s note: The following comes from an article by Anne Cooper and Rob Hoos that appeared in the May/June 2019 issue of Roast Magazine. Click here to read the full…

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RHC Taps – Taproom

Furthering San Diego’s reputation as a hotbed for cold brew, Red Hat Coffee has opened its taproom and roastery, offering a bevy of cold beverages in the East Village neighborhood….

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Dash Coffee Roasters cafe Cedar Rapids Iowa

For Dash Coffee Roasters, which launched last November in the heart of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the name isn’t so much a reference to coffee delivery — the roastery cafe has a slow bar…

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With so many choices and variables involved in the selecting, roasting and brewing of coffee, as well as for the layout and decor of a cafe, it’s almost as if an…

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groundswell-door

True to its name, Groundswell Coffee is gaining some serious momentum in Chicago. The small company, which opened its flagship roastery and café in the Ravenswood neighborhood last year, is expanding into a second…

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Red Horn Coffee Brewing Cedar Park

It’s not uncommon for new roasting start-ups to lease extra space inside a local brewery’s production warehouse, or even to borrow equipment in the making and bottling of cold brew…

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fika coffee company california

Appreciation for the Swedish coffee custom of “fika”— an intimate, relaxed coffee break with pastry and good company — has been sweeping the United States lately, yielding a book, a…

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Whether for proprietary reasons or simply to protect roasters’ own commercial interests, coffee roasting as both art and science is often shrouded in mystery. Yet every roaster has a mentor…

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From the inaugural event last year. All photos courtesy of Glasgow Coffee Festival.

Following the resounding success and sellout at last year’s inaugural Glasgow Coffee Festival, a group of Scottish coffee professionals is reprising the event on Oct. 17 at The Briggait, a creative hub…

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In the January 1951 issue of Gourmet Magazine, an article called “The Ritz in Retrospect” by chef and writer Louis Diat describes how the famed American publisher Frank Munsey loved…

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