ckevinj at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 14:18:28 CDT 2012
I went last year and collected lots of samples of bags, giveaways, and
stuff. A free pour-over code (pink ugh)...
Sampled a lot of coffee.
Intelligentsia was great - my wife drank a shot black and loved it. That's
something I can't do... :(
Fortunately my entrance ticket was free. Paid a small fee for my wife to
attend with me.
As a hobbiest I did not get as much (intellectually) out of just wandering
around as I hoped. But it was exhilarating.
If you really want to learn from it there are classes to add on for
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what can't be done. ” -- Henry Ford */
On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 7:23 PM, John Stewart <johns_webmail at yahoo.com>wrote:
> I've just woken up to the fact that SCAA is nearby me this year- in
> Portland. The "events hall" 3 day pass to see events like the barista
> championship is $10, but the trade show exhibit hall access is $115 for a
> single day. A full pass is $1400.
> Is there much here for a home roaster? $1400 would fund a lot of
> experimentation. In fact so would $115.
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