[Homeroast] Reaching out and such

Greg Gearheart olawai at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 16:48:19 CST 2012


I have an old, well used drum (aluminum) that I would be happy to donate.
It has a few roasts left in it - maybe.

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 2:02 PM, Mike Chester <mchet at charter.net> wrote:

> Scot,
>
> I don't remember if you have a Webber kettle, but it would get to roasting
> temps with a frying pan. Maybe the WSM with the top section removed would
> make it that high; I don't know, you would need to check it out. A Colman
> camp stove would be hot enough. If you can borrow a small generator, you
> could use your regular roaster.
>
> Mike
>
> -----Original Message----- From: Scot Murphy
> Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 10:09 PM
> To: Homeroast at lists.**sweetmariascoffee.com<Homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com>
> Subject: [Homeroast] Reaching out and such
>
>
> Hello from a seldom-contributor,
>
> I've got a project this summer and wonder if someone in the general
> southern Lake Michigan area might be willing to help. I am planning to go
> to a festival up near Muskegon, MI called Lakes of Fire (
> www.lakesoffire.org). It's one of those Burning Man festivals that happen
> every year. This'll be my first. It's a 3-day thing, and it's pretty much a
> hippie thing where the general thing to do is give gifts of some kind or
> another. Anything from art to performance to food. I'd like to set up my
> camp as a coffee roasting theme site. I've heard that morning coffee is
> hard to come by at these things, and I'd like to be the camp where everyone
> can come for a cup of coffee.
>
> The thing there is, I need a charcoal-and-drum setup for this site and
> project. It's beyond my finances right now to buy one, so I'm hoping there
> might be someone in the general area I can borrow a set-up like this from
> for the weekend. It's not until late June. I live in northcentral Indiana
> and would be willing to travel a fair distance to borrow one, if one exists
> nearby. I'll leave you something as collateral. :)
>
> Would anyone be able and willing to help?
>
>
> Scot "provide your own cup" Murphy
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