Stumptown

Stumptown Adds Milk, And An Old-School Carton, To Its Cold Brew Line

Iconic coffee company has an eye for design
Jan 31, 2014 10:00 am

To introduce the latest addition to its cold-brewed lineup, Cold Brew Coffee With Milk, Stumptown is heralding the new beverage its own special packaging concept: a neo-retro spin on the old-school milk carton.

Los Angeles: The Rise Of The Multi-Roaster Coffeehouse

9 shops where bean variety means business
Sep 10, 2012 9:01 am

Restaurants don't source wine from one vineyard, and bars don't pour beer from one brewery, so why should cafes source coffee from one roaster? In Los Angeles, 9 establishments are leading the multi-roaster charge.

Better Cold Brew Iced Coffee, Better Bottle Design

When the outside looks as good as what's inside
Jun 20, 2012 10:31 am

Cult coffee brands have been brewing up a better iced coffee for hardcore caffeine junkies. Design junkies might want to take not as well.

Food Republic Coffee Power Rankings

The 10 most influential people in coffee right now
Feb 21, 2012 10:01 am

If you’re the type of coffee geek who can’t go to Starbucks, lives within stalking distance of your local craft roaster, or whose regular barista has some sort of espresso paraphernalia tattooed on her body, then you’re probably aware of the key players driving the current wave of coffee culture. Here, we name the top 10.

Food Republic Coffee Power Rankings

The 10 most influential people in coffee right now
Dec 13, 2011 10:01 am

In case you hadn’t noticed, we are now smack in the middle of what is being called the “third wave” of coffee culture. You might say that the second wave was the Starbucks-driven era of the Frappuccino and the first, oh, let’s say somewhere around 1946, which is the year, according to the International Coffee Organization, that coffee consumption peaked in the U.S.

The Stumptown Sale and What It Means

The hippest coffee could become a next big thing
Jun 13, 2011 11:16 am
photo: jcolman on Flickr

Small coffee is about to become big business. Late last week and through the weekend, details continued to emerge about the sale of Stumptown Coffee Roasters to TSG Consumer Partners, a private equity firm that has investments...

Stumptown Coffee

Coffee and the seismic shift of cool, part 2
Mar 30, 2011 3:00 pm
Stumptown beans
Photo: Lisa McLaughlin

Last week we introduced you to the wild, wonderful world of Stumptown (if you didn't know it already). This week in the second and final part of our Stumptown tale, we explore the super-hot coffee company's varietals, its people power, and its obsessive attention to detail.

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Stumptown Coffee

Coffee and the seismic shift of cool, part 1
Mar 11, 2011 8:00 am
Cup of cappuccino
Photo: Lisa McLaughlin

“Barista,” once upon a time, came right before “waiter” in the lexicon of temporary gigs. Perhaps the young gal pulling your shot of espresso was a writer. A grad student. Maybe an aspiring actress.

Nowadays, “coffee” can equal “career.” That woman with the bouffant of bright blonde hair pulling your shot of Ethiopian espresso, with oversized glasses in a...

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