Tag Archives: coffee brewing

Learn About Coffee, Roasting and Hand-Pour Brewing at the Crimson Cup Innovation Lab

We’re thrilled to open up our new Innovation Lab to coffee aficionados as well as baristas and coffee shop owners. Columbus coffee lovers can learn more about their favorite drink and improve their java skills in our three introductory courses. The series kicks … Read More

Welcome to our Innovation Lab!

After months of planning and construction, the Crimson Cup Innovation Lab is ready for action. Hundreds of Crimson Cup customers, community supporters, members of the local business community and local media joined us for our Open House in Friday, January … Read More

Bringing Hand-Brewed Coffee Home

Crimson Cup Coffee Specialist Brandon Bir

It’s easier than ever to enjoy hand-pour specialty coffee at home with our newly expanded home-brewing equipment selection. You’ll find popular siphon, drip and hand-pour systems from Hario, Chemex and Bodum, along with accessories such as digital scales and filters, in … Read More

French Press Produces Amazing Coffee

The French Press, also called a press pot, coffee press, coffee plunger, or сafetière à piston, has been around since the late 19th century. It’s believed that a French gentleman came up with the concept. At the time, the most … Read More

Coffee Trends: Adding a Brew Bar to Your Coffee Shop

Pour-over coffee brewing methods are becoming increasingly popular among coffee enthusiasts – both home-brewers and coffee-shop baristas.  Also known as “hand pour coffee,” this brewing craze took Japan by storm before migrating to the U.S., where it gained momentum after … Read More

The Perfect Pour-over with the Hario V60

Hario V60 Pour-over coffee

The Hario Dripper V60 is one of the most popular pour-over brewing methods. It’s become a favorite of Brew Bar customers at Crimson Cup Coffee House for its elegant presentation and the way it showcases the taste of the coffee. … Read More

How to Make Perfect Irish Coffee At Home

Every March 17, millions of Americans don green and celebrate the Irish with parades, good cheer, and perhaps a cup of Irish Coffee. It’s likely that the Irish have been mixing whiskey and coffee since they first gained access to … Read More