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Keebler Espresso Roasters Sees Espresso Otherwise in Longview, WADaily Espresso Information by Roast Journal

Amy Keene-Keebler and Matt Keebler on the new Keebler Espresso Roasters cafe in Longview, Washington. Courtesy photograph by Leah Parsons.

Located between the espresso meccas of Seattle and Portland, Oregon, the brand new house of Keebler Espresso Roasters is attempting to construct new byways by means of which prospects can have interaction with high-quality specialty espresso in Longview, Washington.

“Seeing the necessity for a store adhering to present roasting and brewing requirements, we determined to give attention to offering domestically roasted, sustainably sourced espresso at markets and pop-ups,” Keebler Espresso Roasters Co-Proprietor Matt Keebler advised DCN. “Later, a possibility arose to arrange a brick-and-mortar location that would function our major roasting space, with a restaurant to showcase our coffees.”

Keebler Coffee Roasters Amy Keene-Keebler

Courtesy photograph by Amy Keene-Keebler.

Earlier this summer time, Keebler Espresso Roasters held the grand opening for the espresso store inside the previous Fireplace Espresso location that closed this previous spring after citing pandemic difficulties.

The opening represents the primary full-time entrepreneurial endeavor for Keebler and his spouse, co-founder Amy Keene-Keebler.

Matt Keebler now oversees manufacturing utilizing a 1.5-kilo Proaster machine behind the store, whereas Keene-Keebler is managing a lot of the entrance of the home, utilizing her previous nonprofit coordination and event-management expertise to host espresso tasting and group occasions.

Keebler Coffee Roasters Leah Parsons

Courtesy photograph by Leah Parsons.

“The espresso scene in our space is closely drive-though, sugary, caffeinated drinks, together with a number of vitality drink mixers and dark-roasted espresso,” mentioned Keebler, noting that the corporate hopes to offer a quality-focused counterpoint by means of training, samples and tastings.

Inexperienced coffees so far have come largely from small-volume knowledgeable Espresso Shrub, whereas Keebler is at the moment engaged with quite a few importers reminiscent of Catalyst Commerce, Onyx Espresso and Shared Supply for potential future choices.

“For sourcing espresso, I’m searching for high quality, specialty grade espresso that’s traceable from the farm,” mentioned Keebler. “I personally am an enormous fan of East African coffees, however I’m attempting to offer a variety of various coffees to assist educate our local people about tasting profiles.”

Keebler Coffee Roasters Leah Parsons 3

Courtesy photograph by Leah Parsons.

In month-to-month public tasting occasions, the corporate makes an attempt to place ahead three totally different single-origin roasted coffees with distinct taste profiles and cup attributes, together with one well-rounded medium-bodied brew, one full-bodied and earthy brew, and one fruit-forward brew.

“My recommendation to somebody in the same place could be to have persistence together with your buyer base,” mentioned Keebler. “In the event that they don’t have already got a style for specialty espresso, it’s going to take time, and discovering good ‘stepping stone’ coffees which are reasonable with some barely attention-grabbing tasting notes has helped rather a lot.”

Keebler Espresso Roasters is now open at 1101 Commerce Ave in Longview, Washington. Inform DCN’s editors about your new espresso store or roastery right here


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