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Portafilter Podcast for Coffee Professionals and Fanatics

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Ashley and Nick start 2017 by answering some of your emails. Topics include: Is coffee media too insider? How do baristas work under a Trump administration? What's your green coffee buying philosophy? What's up with that barista competitors' as
A very special episode where Ashley goes on a quest to discover the origins of GrainPro bags, and we learn a bunch of other stuff along the way.
Ashley and Nick spend this hour-plus talking through a few hot topics: Cultivating a coffee workplace, a bit about gender in coffee, and some recent developments around the US Coffee Championships. Be sure to let us know if you have any thought
Part two with Specialty Coffee Association of America Executive Director Ric Rhinehart. This hour is all about the planned unification of the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) and Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE). WAR
Specialty Coffee Association of America Executive Director Ric Rhinehart stops by the Portafilter Podcast studios in this first of a two-parter, where we go to school about some of the realities of coffee production and consumer outreach beyond
Fresh from the 2016 US Barista Championships in Atlanta, Georgia, Ashley and Nick hear from some competitors who competed for the first time this year. We discuss barista competitions through that fresh perspective, including a chat with Becky
A conversation with Colin Gasko, founder of Rogue Chocolatier, and Carla D. Martin, founder and executive director of the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute. Oh, and the Portafilter Podcast is BACK, and with a new team! Meet Ashley and Bigmatt!
Oliver Strand, freelance writer with a book about coffee due in 2014.
Peter Giuliano, Director of Symposium at the Specialty Coffee Association of America.
First in our interview series, Ric Rhinehart, Executive Director of the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Hope you enjoy these new shows!
It was a long wait since the last show, so we made this one Grande-size: A press release about a reality-show about baristas, the ICE Coffee C Futures, At The Cupping Table discusses quakers, Ethiopian coffee BladderGate, the future of the Keur
World Coffee Events/SCAE Competition Wrap-Up, "The SPRUDGE Radio Minute," we talk about the recent Twitter debacle, "At The Cupping Table," and we answer a couple of calls and discuss grinders and hipsters in coffee. OUR CALL IN NUMBER is +1-80
SCAA 2011 wrap-up, "At The Cupping Table" with Trish and Colleen, marketing the coffee farmer, and The Sprudge Radio Minute. OUR CALL IN NUMBER is 805-727-3638.
Mark gives Nick a hard time, SCAA Chronicle article, the inaugural SPRUDGE Radio Minute, and the first in a multipart exploration of the coffee C Market, this one with Peter Giuliano from Counter Culture Coffee. OUR CALL IN NUMBER is 805-727-36
After a three year hiatus, the Portafilter Podcast is back for all the good coffee-loving girls and boys! New co-host, new feel, new and improved! This episode, we talk about the Good Food Awards, the USBC Brewers Cup competition, and the volat
From Hunt Valley, MD. Another long-awaited PF-Podcast, and we hope it's worth the wait. What Is Peter Giuliano Thinking About Today When Hanging Out With Geoff Watts And What Is HE Thinking About Today? SCAA Board of Directors Nominees Marty
From Arlington, Virginia. Special Guest: Liz Zamorski, General Manager, murky coffee capitol hill. From a retrospective on The Year of Specialty Coffee that was 2007, to dating and relationships, to traveling... with a little coffee-talk mixe
From Caragay Manor, Hunt Valley, MD. After a long hiatus, we're back... for better or for worse!
From Artifact Coffee, Baltimore, MD. Special guests, writer and author Michaele Weissman talks about her book project about specialty coffee, and chef Spike Gjerde of Artifact Coffee and Woodberry Kitchen talks about his exploration into food
From murky coffee, Arlington, VA. Jay and Nick talk about the upcoming SCAA 3-Day Skill-Building Workshops, Washington DC July 6-8, 2007), news and notes on CoffeeFest, zacharyzachary.com, we call (unsuccessfully) Heather Perry, we call (succe
From Hunt Valley, MD. Jay and Nick recap the SCAA Conference week, have a nice bowl of soup, and talk to supernatural beings.
UPDATE: MAY 16, 2007 - At the request of the SCAA, this episode has been removed.
A rehashing of the discussion from podcast 67, followed by Brent Fortune (Crema Cafe and Bakery, Portland, OR), Andrew Barnett (Ecco Caffe, Santa Rosa, California), and an important discussion about time and date.
UPDATE: MAY 16, 2007 - At the request of the SCAA, this episode has been removed.
Michelle Campbell (Director of Community and Events, Specialty Coffee Association of America) with a lengthy commentary on the likelihood (or un-likelyhood) of the successful attainment of Nick and Jay's stated greatest and most significant goa
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