DUE TO THE ONGOING IMPACT OF COVID-19, BARATZA HQ, IN BELLEVUE WA, IS OPERATING WITH MINIMAL STAFFING FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR TEAM. THIS MAY CAUSE MULTI-DAY DELAYS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND ORDER FULFILLMENT – SEE OUR COVID-19 UPDATED Shipping Policy. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE IN OUR EFFORTS TO TAKE CARE OF OUR TEAM AND OUR BELLEVUE COMMUNITY AS WE STRIVE TO TAKE CARE OF YOU AND YOUR GRIND.
By Kyle Anderson, Baratza Co-Owner and Engineer Static: the grossly misunderstood and (still, to this day) hotly debated phenomenon that plagues many facets of our lives but can REALLY (randomly) irritate those of us who grind our coffee beans daily. A…Read more »
February 27, 2014 Baratza is always striving to improve, from the time we manufactured our first grinder, to right now. The stripped drive gear issue is generally caused by a rock fragment or unroasted bean getting caught between the burrs, causing the…Read more »
February 17, 2014 For many of us, cleaning the grinder is a monthly if not weekly routine. That’s all good; please don’t ever change that very important routine. Instead be mindful of a few details regarding the process so as not to permanently damag…Read more »
by Kyle Anderson & Kyra Kennedy, Co-Owners of Baratza December 12, 2013 Our experience with the Vario grinders over the last 3+ years has helped us understand the unique requirements of Baratza grinders in a commercial setting. We have continually…Read more »
revised August 13, 2018 By Kyle Anderson, Co-Founder & Product Visionary All of our grinders use a powerful DC motor that produces a very high torque (even at “locked rotor” conditions). In every electro-mechanical device, there should be some kind…Read more »
November 11, 2013 by Sarah Dooley, Education and Quality Manager Baratza provides our users with a range of versatile grinders for all brew types, price points, and to suit many locations and situations. The Baratza grinders operate in two basic burr s…Read more »
October 28, 2013 by Sarah Dooley, Education & Quality Manager You may never run large volumes of rice through your grinder, wash it under a running faucet, or use it to grind peanuts into butter. And we thank you! But for those of you who do noti…Read more »