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Ally Coffee Origin Trip

Ally Coffee Origin Trip Brazil This year marked the first origin trip for the winners of the US Coffee Championships and World Coffee Events by new sponsor Ally Coffee. The trip kicked off this week with the participants arriving from around the world to the bustling airport in Sao Paulo … Read more →

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The Resurrected Bay Area Coffee Community

Yoga, storytelling, palate development—the Bay Area Coffee Community is about a lot more than throwdowns BY ASHLEY RODRIGUEZ SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE The Bay Area Coffee Community (BACC) is an organization with two distinct phases. Originally founded in early 2013, the BACC was meant to foster community and engagement throughout San … Read more →

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We’re Hiring!

Barista Magazine is hiring for an Online Editor to join our team Applications accepted through August 15, 2016. Please email cover letter, writing samples, and compensation requirements to Sarah Allen at editor@baristamagazine.com. Position Description: The Barista Magazine Online Editor is responsible for writing 4–6 blog posts per week (approximately 300–500 … Read more →

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Brooklyn Roastery Tour Showcases the Craft

The Brooklyn Roastery Tour seeks to demystify coffee roasting for consumers BY ASHLEY RODRIGUEZ SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE There’s so much that we take for granted that customers understand or know about coffee, and as an industry, we push for ways to share information with customers. The Brooklyn Roastery Tour was born … Read more →

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10 Minutes With BUNN’s Rusty Angell

Get to know the affable, talented guy behind BUNN’s great barista-focused products INTERVIEW BY DIANA MNATSAKANYAN If you’ve attended a coffee event in the past five years, you have likely bumped into Rusty Angell of BUNN. Energetic, goofy, warm, and enthusiastic, Rusty’s personality is a magnet for coffee nerds. Starting out … Read more →

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The World Brewers Cup Champ’s Winning Recipe

World Brewers Cup Champ Tetsu Kasuya’s winning method explained BY JOSHUA DUSK-PEEBLES SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Tetsu Kasuya of Japan just won the 2016 World Brewers Cup with a method that was simultaneously time-honored and cutting-edge. Hario v60. 15:1. Five pours. Classic. But the thing is, each pour was swift and … Read more →

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Barista Nation: Tomorrow in New Orleans!

Everyone is invited to Barista Nation New Orleans, an educational, inspirational, and community-focused event For the first time in its five-year history, Barista Nation is headed to the South, specifically the historic, beautiful, and food-lover’s paradise of New Orleans, Louisiana. Barista Nation New Orleans takes place tomorrow, Thursday, July 14, from … Read more →

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