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Radio Roasters’ Chip Grabow turned his love of coffee into a business

Radio Roasters' Chip Grabow on his first coffee, the best kept secret of Decatur, and the biggest roasting mistake he's made.
Best of Atlanta 2015

New Coffeehouse: Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company

This ITP expansion of the 10-year-old Roswell-based chain is an oasis of calm in the hubbub of Atlantic Station. The slick marble bar and industrial tables can get packed, but the space is full of natural light.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Local Roaster: Cool Beans Coffee Roasters

The Marietta Square coffeehouse stocks a wide array of single-origin beans, from fruity Ethiopian Yirgacheffe to mellow Colombia Supremo Huila.
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Chrome Yellow Trading Co. finds a home in Edgewood

After two years ping-ponging around the city as a pop-up, Chrome Yellow has at last found a place to call home.

Top Brewer coffee system delivers maximum luxury

This minimalist coffee system delivers maximum luxury. All that appears above the counter is a swan neck faucet.

Brash Coffee coming to Westside Provisions District in early summer 2015

Brash Coffee is opening its first Atlanta store on the Westside in early summer 2015. In 2011, owner Matt Ludwikowski was working at Octane and took a trip to El Salvador with one intention: work directly with coffee farmers to learn as much about coffee as he could. He practiced what he learned and, two years later, opened the first Brash Coffee store in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Farmers to 40 coffee far exceeds “fair trade”

This coffee isn’t just good; it’s fair. Farmers to 40, a nonprofit business launched in October 2013 through a social enterprise program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, directs up to 40 percent of the retail proceeds back to the farmers themselves, an initiative that far exceeds most “fair trade” practices.

Taproom in Kirkwood now pouring craft beer

Taproom Coffee, Kirkwood’s latest arrival on the specialty coffee and craft beer scene, recently launched its introductory craft beer draft list. Owner Jonathan Pascual has collaborated with Dan Fontaine, co-founder of Atlanta Beer Tours, to bring a rotating menu of twelve beers to the neighborhood shop. Now pouring: A range of local brews like Three Taverns’ A Night in Brussels and fun big boys, like the Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti by Great Divide.

Honduras-born teen helps develop Georgia’s coffee industry

Like any farmer, Kevin Candelario Arita keeps an anxious eye on the weather. “In Georgia, it’s just so weird and unpredictable,” he says, fingering the waxy leaf of a coffee plant.

Start your morning off with some patriotism in your mug

After serving tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, former U.S. Army Captain Rob Swartwood moved to Atlanta in 2009. He went to law school, settled down, and joined the American Legion, envisioning a quiet life as an ex-military man.

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