I’m writing to discuss some updates to our election process. In the Roasters Guild, as with any election (is there another election going on right now?) it is important to make your voice heard and exercise your right as a member to vote.Read More
Roasters Guild Blog
Twitter, Facebook, blogs, forums: the list goes on and on. There seems to be an endless list of places for a roaster to go these day to connect to other roasters. The strange thing is, for all of our resources, I am asked over and over where to go for solid answers. It seems as though the more information and conversation we have access to online, the more diffuse it all is, and the more voices there are to wade through.Read More
How do I connect with other roasters in my area? This was a question that came up during the Roasters Guild (RG) meeting during the SCAA Expo in April. Since then, your Executive Council, the Membership & Communications Committee and the SCAA have been hard at work. We've all been working to help develop an easy way to find, and connect, to other roasters in your area.Read More
The Roasters Guild is excited to launch a brand new website! We couldn't do what we do without the support of our generous sponsors. Companies that support the Roasters Guild understand the importance of community and supporting the craft of roasting specialty coffee.
Thanks to our website sponsor Cropster!Read More
By Lily Kubota
Delivering a spectacular coffee service was just the beginning for the Roasters Guild's inaugural "second event" (the "first event" being Roasters Guild Retreat), which took place last week on the University of California, Davis campus.Read More