“Arguably the simplest and cleanest way to draw out a coffee’s best qualities, manual coffee-brewing methods are becoming a popular option for home enthusiasts and coffee shop baristas alike. Our class teaches everything you need to get started."
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 14, 2016
Looking to up your coffee game? Then learn the art and science of hand-pour coffee brewing in Crimson Cup’s Coffee Brewing 701 class. The class takes place Tuesday, July 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Crimson Cup Innovation Lab, 700 Alum Creek Drive in Columbus.
“Arguably the simplest and cleanest way to draw out a coffee’s best qualities, manual coffee-brewing methods are becoming an increasingly popular option for home enthusiasts and coffee shop baristas alike,” said Founder and President Greg Ubert. “Our Coffee Brewing 701 class teaches everything you need to get started.”
Taught by Coffee Sourcing and Education Manager Brandon Bir, the course explores the science behind brewing via demonstrations of Chemex, Hario v60 and French Press brewing methods. Students will learn how to prepare a perfect hand-pour coffee – including proper brewing temperatures, coffee grind, coffee-to-water ratios and pouring techniques.
Each student will leave with a 12-ounce bag of Crimson Cup craft coffee. Cost for the two-hour course is $50. Registration is limited to 8. Register on the Crimson Cup website.
About Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea
Columbus, Ohio coffee roaster Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea is Roast magazine’s 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year. Since 1991, Crimson Cup has roasted sustainably sourced specialty and craft coffee in small batches. The company also teaches entrepreneurs to run successful coffee houses through its coffee franchise alternative program, which includes a coffee shop business plan. Crimson Cup coffee is available through a community of more than 350 independent coffee houses, grocers, college and universities, restaurants and food service operations across 29 states, Guam and Bangladesh, as well as the company’s own Crimson Cup Coffee Houses. To learn more, visit http://www.crimsoncup.com