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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

Though third-generation coffee professional Hrag Kalebjian has been involved with his father’s business, the San Fransisco coffee institution Henry’s House of Coffee, for several years, it was through..

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In 2017, Daily Coffee News has shared stories of more than 100 coffee shop openings in the United States alone. Many of stories have followed the gritty determination of...

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Two Bay Area coffee professionals have launched an independent events organization called Queer Coffee Events (QC), with a debut event scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Counter Culture...

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There has been much discussion about the underrepresentation of marginalized peoples within the coffee community, and the discussion has become louder and more frequent recently for reasons we are...

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While it’s not often acknowledged, baristas in the Bay Area—and in cities around the world—deal with mental health crises every day. Since many work in city centers with high...

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The recent story of San Francisco classic La Boulange has been a rollercoaster of trial and tribulation. Five years ago, coffee mega-monster Starbucks purchased the 23-store Bay Area chain...

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There are so many great events going on in the coffee world this weekend: Night of 1000 Pours happening all across the nation, spotlighting the Transgender Legal Defense and...

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San Francisco’s very first Tamper Tantrum event rocked the Github HQ over a buzzy weekend in September, bringing with it a set of spicy conversations around science, relationships, and...

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Credit Cat Flower Garden for the recent upsurge in animal cafes. The Taiwanese spot became the first place to satisfy both your caffeine fix and cuddle-puddle needs around 1998,...

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