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On the Road to the 2016 USBC

Illustration by Alabaster With 12 days until the USBC, our Barista Training Camp Series writer, Ashley Rodriguez, is in the final stages of preparation Editor’s note: For the 10 weeks before the U.S. Barista Championship Qualifying Event in February, competitor Ashley Rodriguez wrote a series for our blog that was outrageously … Read more →

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Barista Magazine’s 11th Anniversary Issue Is Here!

Welcome to Barista Magazine’s 11th Anniversary issue, April+May 2016 We can’t even explain how stoked we are to be debuting our April+May issue today! You can read the whole issue online for free just by clicking HERE. And here are some of the highlights, featuring work by writers, photographers, and … Read more →

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Water Ave. Coffee Implements Exciting Food Menu

Inspired by cafes in Australia, Matt and Bruce Milletto expand Water Avenue Coffee’s food program into sophisticated format Cafes in the United States still have a long way to go in terms of food—typically a cafe serves coffee, and restaurants serve food, and never the twain shall meet. Other than … Read more →

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Taf Coffee Honors Its Costa Rican Producers

Taf Coffee, the famed Greek specialty-coffee company, honors its Costa Rican producer partners Taf Coffee has a reputation for quality and for supporting the coffee community. From its headquarters in Athens where it has a roastery and always-bustling café downtown, Taf has made a concerted effort to improve coffee quality … Read more →

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Caffeine Crawl Returns to Sacramento

Rain couldn’t dampen the high spirits and enthusiasm of attendees to the recent Caffeine Crawl Sacramento BY SADIE RENEE SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Though a wet forecast loomed over the second Sacramento Caffeine Crawl, excited coffee pros and enthusiasts couldn’t have cared less. Sold-out bike routes, led by brave local biker Dean O’Brien, and … Read more →

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Anodyne Coffee Throws African Producers a Lifeline

Milwaukee’s Anodyne Coffee supports nonprofit information outreach to developing countries, Radio Lifeline PHOTOS COURTESY OF RADIO LIFELINE Though it would seem just about everyone has access to global information these days, many coffee producers in East Africa still largely live off the grid, and not by choice. Anodyne Coffee Roasters—the … Read more →

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