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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

As 2017 draws to a close, two players in the handheld grinder space are looking forward to a bright new year: Kinu Grinders is establishing its U.S. base of...

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For former Stumptown Coffee Roasters food scientist Nate Armbrust, the question, “Why start a cold brew company now?” has an obvious answer. “I love all coffee cold brewed,” said...

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Brooklyn, New York-based coffee brewing equipment maker Alpha Dominche has announced plans to launch its first piece of home brewing equipment, a press-style brewer called The Flask. Originally based...

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The European branded coffee shop market, comprising 25 countries, grew by an estimated 6.4 percent through 2017, according to the annual market research report from Allegra’s World Coffee Portal....

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World Coffee Events today announced the equipment sponsors for the next three years of competitions beginning in 2018, including brand names such as Victoria Arduino, Mahlkonig, Sanremo, Technivorm, D..

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It has been roughly a year since Australian designer Mark Folker’s multifaceted Trinity One brewer emerged from down under to provide early adopters with its variety of sophisticated brewing...

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There’s some bad news for coffee growers in Hawaii or even California hoping to sell coffee to the Federal Government of the United States. According to a new entry...

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Shiru Cafe, a Japanese café chain that offers college students and faculty free coffee while generating its revenue through corporate sponsorships, is planning to make its United States debut...

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Touring rock musicians don’t leave their amps at home because they’re heavy; nor does a passionate bowler travel with a plastic bowling ball. Not shying away from a little...

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