We Are Explorers: A Personal Journey of Roasting Discovery

We Are Explorers: A Personal Journey of Roasting Discovery

By Steven Lee

Over the years, I have been lucky enough to have very generous people invest time and energy into my coffee education. Some have played a more active role in shaping my views and attitudes than others, but to each I am grateful. That sense of community, and the knowledge that there are individuals out there willing to help, along with a plethora of other resources, keeps me optimistic about my ongoing education as a coffee professional.

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2016 Roasters Guild Elections Now Open for Voting

2016 Roasters Guild Elections Now Open for Voting

Voting is now open for the 2016 Roasters Guild Executive Council Elections! You must be a current Roasters Guild member to vote. We appreciate your participation in the selection process for members of the Roasters Guild Executive Council. Every vote is important, so be sure to cast your ballot before Tuesday, March 22, 2016.

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Equalizer: Observations on the Roasting Community

Equalizer: Observations on the Roasting Community

By Ben Angelo

I think there’s a common hunger for knowledge when discovering and exploring craft roasting. That first batch drops and you want to know it all: was that the right temp to drop my Guatemala Antigua? Was the time good? It all looks brownish, so what’s the color I’m looking for? What does airflow do? How will x affect the coffee on the cupping table?

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