Our Coffee Brewing Class has been a favorite event for our customers who want to learn more about their favorite drink. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about some of the more popular manual coffee brewing methods on the market today. We also take the time to teach you all there is to know about coffee, where it comes from, how it’s processed and how it gets from the farmer to your cup.

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You can get 50% off of your ticket for our coffee brewing class right now! Sign up here for our mailing list and we’ll send you the code right away.

    BrewingClass_10-15_r2 (cover)Your $10 per person ticket gets you:

    • “Brew Great Coffee at Home” A handy-dandy reference booklet for brewing great coffee at home
    • A free bag of the coffee we’re using to brew during the class
    • 15% off any of your next purchase of coffee brewing equipment either online or in our store.
    • Amazing coffee knowledge you can share with all your friends.

    What can I expect in a coffee brewing class?

    Well – I’m so glad you asked.

    Coffee SortingThis class is approximately an hour and fifteen minutes long (depending on discussion time). We start off the class talking about the background of coffee and how it is grown, processed and sourced and why it’s important to know where your coffee comes from. We will also discuss some of the major coffee processing methods and how that affects the flavor.

    The second part of the class, we’ll get into the actual brewing methods. We talk about the importance of grinding your beans correctly and what kinds of grinders are available. We will demonstrate several brewing methods that may vary depending on what equipment is available at the time. Some of the brewing methods that we’ve done in the past include the Toddy cold brewer, the french press, Chemex, Hario V60 pour over, siphon pot and aeropress.

    At the end of the class, we hope that you’ll be more confident brewing great coffee at home in any of a number of brewing methods. We don’t do espresso at this particular class. Espresso constitutes an entire class in itself. Everything in this particular coffee brewing class is geared towards other home brewing methods.

    Come join us! We’re sure you’ll be glad you did.

    Eric teaching a coffee brewing class

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    FreshGround Roasting

    Getting to FreshGround Roasting is super easy. Once you're in downtown Geneva, on Route 38 (Main Street), head North on 4th Street and go 4 blocks until it dead ends into Stevens Street. Cross Stevens Street into the parking lot and we're in the building just to your right. The entrance to FreshGround Roasting is on the west side of the building. You'll see our sign hanging up near the black awning.

    FreshGround Entrance