The Crimson Cup Innovation Lab is a space for both consumers and coffee professionals to learn about what goes into a great cup of coffee – from origins of the beans to roast level, grind, brewing techniques, drink preparation and more. Located in Columbus, Ohio near downtown Columbus and Bexley, this space features areas for coffee evaluation, roasting, training and gathering.
Check back often as many of our courses will rotate throughout the year to offer you new opportunities to elevate your coffee knowledge and skills.
All courses will be at the Crimson Cup Innovation Lab –
700 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, OH 43205
Brewing 701: Methods
Friday, December 15, 6-8pm
This class explores the science behind brewing
your morning cup. Several brewing methods will be demonstrated including; Chemex, Hario V60, and French Press. You will also learn proper temperatures to brew, coffee-to-water ratios and pouring techniques.
October 10 – 6p – 8p
This class is designed for home roasters and craft beverage enthusiasts! Examine green coffee and dive into some of the basics of the coffee roasting process. Participants will roast their own coffee on both a sample roaster and a production roaster. Basic organic chemistry will be discussed to describe the roasting curve. The class will end with a coffee “cupping”.
Coffee 701. Seed to Sip
Thursday, November 16, 6p – 8p
This introductory course is all things coffee.
Begin by learning the story of Kaldi and his dancing goats and the start of coffee cultivation and trade. During the course you will taste some of the coffees mentioned during the class.