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  10. All About Coffee Brewing

    All About Coffee Brewing

    Sign up for our coffee brewing crash course

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All About Coffee Brewing

All About Coffee Brewing
July 9, 2019

Brewing coffee at home is the final step when making your cup of coffee delicious. Email us to sign up for this class and join us at our warehouse on July 26th for a coffee brewing crash course. We will cover brewing basics and discuss how to choose the right brew method for you. We will also go into detail about ratios, water quality, grind size, extraction time and filter types. Proper brewing equipment, achieving specific qualities in your coffee and how your beans affect your brew will also be on the checklist of topics to cover.

Please email [email protected] to register for this class. Space is limited. This is a free event. We are working on a live video stream and will announce the details about a week before the event. [Update - Watch the live stream on Facebook live. Just go to our Facebook page during or after the event]

Friday, July 26th, 2019
1pm - 1:45pm

Sweet Maria's Coffee Warehouse
2823 Adeline St.
Oakland, CA 94608