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  • Celebrating Spring with New Drink Menu, Weekday Brew Bar Happy Hours

    Thursday, March 15, 2018  
    (Updated: May 2, 2018)
    We’re excited to welcome the return of longer days and warmer weather with four new brew bar drinks: Bourbon Barrel Maple Cocktail, Vanilla Cherry Coffee Soda, Blood Orange Ginger Spritzer and London Fog. During Brew Bar Happy Hours from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, customers can enjoy $1 off […] Read More
  • Introducing Our Fall Coffee and Tea Cocktails

    Tuesday, October 25, 2016  
    (Updated: November 10, 2016)
    With the advent of chilly weather, coffee drinkers are warming up to the comforting flavors of autumn. Fall offerings at our Crimson Cup Coffee Houses include Maple Cinnamon Latte, Pumpkin Coffee Cocktail and Harvest Apple Green Tea Soda. “With so much excitement around fall flavors, we wanted to offer some new […] Read More
  • How Much Does it Cost to Add a Brew Bar to Your Coffee Shop?

    Tuesday, September 20, 2016  
    (Updated: June 20, 2019)
    Brew bars have become essential features to attract coffee enthusiasts to your coffee house. A brew bar provides a dedicated space for preparing hand-pour coffees. This allows coffee shops to showcase the quality of their coffee using pour-over brewing methods that bring out the nuanced flavors of each bean. We […] Read More
  • Pour-Over Perks Up Your Profit Margins

    Tuesday, June 3, 2014
    For his popular “Start Up Strategies” column in CoffeeTalk magazine, Greg recently gave pointers for adding pour-over service to a new or existing coffee house. “Over the past decade, pour-over methods have become increasingly popular among coffee enthusiasts,” he wrote. “Also known as ‘hand pour coffee,’ this brewing craze migrated […] Read More
  • Coffee Trends: Adding a Brew Bar to Your Coffee Shop

    Tuesday, November 13, 2012  
    (Updated: December 13, 2013)
    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 The New York Times investigated its origins in “Coffee’s Slow […] Read More