From Batdorf & Bronson Coffee, they used the Guatemala Finca El Valle, a coffee they've been buying for 13 years, and was the first relationship coffee of it's nature. From Dillanos, Phil roasted up a natural processed Costa Rican coffee just for the event, which was the first coffee they've bought through their relationship with Sustainable Harvest. Jason Clever brewed the coffee, and Jared batch brewed the airpot coffee on the Curtis Brewer. The astonishing thing was that the winning team won by an astonishing 60 points. For their win, they took home the giant trophy and the honor of being champs. Until next year. Overall, it was a great night of celebrating both Guilds and the amazing people who are a part of, and support them!
Special thanks to Curtis Brewers, Mahlkonig grinders, Sustainable Harvest, SCAA, and both the BGA and Roasters Guild.