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    Welcome to all of our new members!

    As you explore the Coffee Forums, you will see that we have a variety of discussion areas where you can post your specific questions. If you decide to post a new topic, please write a title that applies to your question. That way, people will be more likely to read and respond to your posts.

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    Heya All, New here to the site and glad to see some great like minded people in regards to our love for coffee!

    I manage a restaurant in Wa state and am saving to open my own business this year (2014). Can't wait and I enjoy learning so much about coffee in my spare time (5am to 7am lol!) I will be looking to open and roast my own beans with a small retail shop and coffeehouse if all goes according to plan. I live close to Seattle wa, and coffee is crazy here for sure!
    Matt

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    Hi everybody. I am from Czech Republic and came acrossthis forum by a chance. I was searching for some information about coffee brewing and stuff.
    My wife bought me a vintage grinder plus a set of single origin coffee test packs, so I started some experiments. By now, I found out that I need a better grinder. I have also ordered a Hario syphon, soI hope the real magic can begin Will deffinitely come back here to find some more info, as I am sure some more problems will emerge.

    Cheers. Cestmir
    Sent from an Xiaomi Mi2S

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    Hello "mcoole91" (Matt)

    Welcome to the Coffee Forums website.

    Opening your own business, particularly a coffee roasting/coffeehouse is going to take a lot of work (and money). How far along are you with your plans? 2014 is just around the corner.

    Rose

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    Hello "Cesinek" (Chestmir)

    Welcome to the Coffee Forums! It's great that you found us.

    It sounds like you are well on your way to making the coffee magic begin. I hope you will share your Hario syphon experiences with us. It will be interesting to see how it works out for you.

    Rose

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    My name is mike and I have just recently
    found this . I have been home rotating at home for about a year. About 15 yrs ago in upstate NY I was introduced to someone referred to as the coffee nazi , I visited his shop and started my journey on finding great coffee. He wasn't the most personable but he new his coffee. A few years ago another friend started roasting at home with a popcorn popper, I started the same way a few months ago and now I'm hooked.
    My wife and I are also building a business plan to open an in shop roasting cafe. Well that's a brief of who I am.

    Mike

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    Hello "Theroastedbean" (Mike)

    Welcome to the Coffee Forums!

    Another member of this Forum mentioned visiting a Coffee Nazi, and I thought he was making it up. It sounds like this person actually does exist.

    Your home roasting adventure may eventually lead you to creating your own roasting business. It takes a lot of consideration, planning, and knowledge (and money) to get something like that up and running. There is a lot of information here on the Coffee Forums website. I hope you will explore everything and ask questions when you're ready.

    Rose

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    I own a snack food company, just looking for info on growing my coffee shop business.

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    New guy checking in.

    Just recently purchased a RK drum, My short term plans are to roast for myself and a few friends. I discovered this forum a few weeks ago and have been spending a lot of time here since. Pretty impressive amount of information, thank you to all the contributors here. I have received a very good education in a short amount of time, I'm looking forward to when I'm at the point where I have something to contribute and move more to a giver than a taker.

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    Welcome to our newest members, "H14" and "ekimzey14"

 

 
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