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Handground made its way onto the shelf at James Coffee Co., which is in a really cool location with a large open floor plan that caters to other small boutique shops as well.
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On the Road Through the West with the Handground Guys

Daniel and Brandon, inventors of the lauded Handground coffee grinder, café crawl down the West Coast of the United States BY BRANDON WARMAN, WITH DANIEL VITIELLO SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Daniel and I decided to do something a little unconventional to officially launch our Kickstarter campaign for Handground, the coffee grinder … Read more →

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Job Opening: Allegro Coffee Is Hiring for Roastmaster Position

Roast specialty coffee as Roastmaster at Allegro’s new microroastery in Denver, Colorado Our friends at Allegro Coffee Roasters are excited to announce a job opening for a roastmaster at the company’s first stand-alone microroastery in northwest Denver, Colorado. Here’s everything you need to know to apply for this incredible job. … Read more →

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SCAA Cancels Regional Barista Competitions

Why we’re gravely disappointed in the SCAA’s decision to eliminate regional barista competitions—and the method by which they made the announcement BY SARAH ALLEN, EDITOR BARISTA MAGAZINE The Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) announced today that regional barista competitions will cease to exist beginning with the 2016 competition year. … Read more →

The walk up window for summer refreshment at Heritage Outpost.

Caffeine Crawl Chicago Blows Into the Windy City

The action-packed Caffeine Crawl Chicago in June was one of the best in history BY SADIE COWELL SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE After four years of Caffeine Crawls across the country, the caffeinated charge came to Chicago in June, in collaboration with Coffee Fest. Asado Coffee Roasters kicked off multiple routes … Read more →

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Medellin’s Growing Specialty Coffee Scene

Medellin, Colombia boasts some new top-flight specialty coffee cafés I was fortunate enough to visit Antioquia last week to attend the New Generation of Coffee Growers camp, and along the way I got to spend a little time visiting some new cafés in the region’s capital, Medellin. Not too long … Read more →

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