Our one year anniversary episode was quick and dirty. We talk cold brew methods and terminology, we select a winner for the All-In-One Countertop Nitro Coffee Kegerator and we announce our new project – CoffHe. And of course, we enjoy a beer. Today, we have a homebrew called Ah Little Scotch in There, label artwork below.
Archives for March 2017
In this episode, we’re joined by Matt Bishop from Café Mulé out of Boise, Idaho to discuss cold brewing in shared spaces. Many bakers, caterers and others in the food prep industry use shared kitchen spaces for making their products, and with the increased popularity of cold brew coffee, shared kitchen spaces have become a source for cold brew coffee companies to produce their coffee in. Matt’s approach with Café Mulé was a little bit different – they initially used space inside the kitchen of a local donut shop, and now, they are sharing space inside their local brewery.
In today’s episode, we talk with 2 of the 3 founders of Station Cold Brew based out of Toronto, Canada. We’re joined by Mitchell Stern and Mike Roy – Mitchell is the marketing guy, Mike is the brewer and Steve (who wasn’t able to join us) is the business guy. Together, the 3 of them have put cold brew on the map in Canada.
In this episode, we’re joined by Katy Stevens from N7 Cafe and Trish Cummings from Forage, both are based out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. N7 is primarily a mobile based coffee company and Forage is a shared kitchen space where small business owners can rent space to produce their goods.
Today we’re joined by Alex Leech from Bellerophon Cold Brew out of Canberra Australia. Alex has dialed in the art of cold brew filtration, so he joins us to discuss his filtration process as well as custom roasting for cold brew to get the most out of your beans.