Coffee Fest Seattle wrapped up today, but the Barista Guild of America’s Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship contest continues! Remember, only one more day to enter! Here are the four videos submitted for Sunday. First, here is Anderson Stockdale’s. [vimeo 29580310] And this is from Chris Aytes ChrisAytes Next it’s Ben Jones. … Read more →
Here’s the latest video for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship. It comes from Park Brannen. [vimeo 29501473] Only a couple of days left to get your videos in! We need them by 11:59 PM Monday! Email your submission to sarah at baristamagazine.com.
Here’s another submission for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship. This comes from Paul Yates. [youtube Td9wpdS2PFs] The Barista Guild of America‘s Camp Pull-A-Shot is Oct. 24-27 in beautiful Santa Barbara, California. If you can’t/don’t send in a scholarship entry, you still ought to make every effort to be there. There … Read more →
Friday is the start of Coffee Fest Seattle, but it’s also the beginning of the final weekend to get your videos in for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship! We have two videos today. The first is from Minnesota barista Jamie Jolene Fey. [youtube PBXBoe8u5-4] And the second comes from Andrew Tucker-MacLeod … Read more →
Here’s a new submission for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship from Reid Kotlas, a barista from White River Junction, Vermont. [youtube 4I9Pt0tDS7E] Don’t forget, there’s still time to get your submissions in! They’re due before Monday night at 11:59 PM. Send yours to sarah at baristamagazine.com.
Here is an entry for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship from Matthew Gibbons. [youtube vaA6-AgZeBc]
Here is a new entry for the Camp Pull-A-Shot Scholarship Program from Samuel Brown. [vimeo 29379621] And this one is from Neil Oney. [youtube hQw7sVxSpiQ] Remember, there’s still time to enter! Tell us why you deserve to win an all-expenses paid trip to Camp. Videos are due by Sept. 26. … Read more →
The stories are too over-the-top, too amazing to believe unless I show you in photos. You have to believe me. We meander from the nightclub style Soyuz Coffee Roasting stand in the center of Red Square, to the VIP tent for snacks and vodka. We watch gymnasts ride 4 horses … Read more →
For the third year in a row, residents of Moscow, as well as Russians from far and wide, are gathering in Red Square for the Spasskaya Tower Festival, which kicks off today and continus through September 4. For the first time coffee is playing a big role in this end-of-summer … Read more →
Back when I was a music critic for The Oakland Tribune in the San Francisco Bay Area, there was an annual concert in August at the Concord Pavilion that I would inevitably have to review called Summer Jam, and I dreaded it. Though it actually has a tempting kitch feel … Read more →