Category: Grinders

Three Systems of a Grinder

What they are, how they work, and what can go wrong. No grinder is invincible, especially if the unexpected happens and you grind a stone or screw which surreptitiously slipped into your beans. Early in the morning and without coffee, you may be tempte…

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Baratza Stories – Parke Cotrell

The strong Bolivian wake up juice. This story is from one of our customers. You may have heard of Parke Cotrell, and if you haven’t, you should. Parke is the bassist for an American indie rock band – Colony House. Parke enjoys his coffee on the road as…

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Grind On-Demand – Not in Bulk!

Grinding a whole bag of coffee at once is called “bulk grinding” and it makes a lot of sense if you don’t have regular access to a grinder. It’s why you see those big, messy grinders in the coffee aisle at your local grocery store, always covered in ot…

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Baratza Refurbs

Refurbs: a Win-Win!

Baratza Refurbs At Baratza, we firmly believe that we can be a successful, profitable company and look after people and our planet. We have two vigorous industry-leading programs that help support our goal of reducing waste to the landfills and support…

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Grinding Tips For Your Brew

Setting up your new Baratza grinder, you may notice the wide range of grind settings available. If you’re not a barista competitor, a green coffee buyer, or any kind of coffee professional, you probably don’t know what all those settings are for. Here…

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Baratza Stories – Todd Goldsworthy

The Coffee Journey of a Brewing Champ Two times US Brewer’s Cup winner, Todd Goldsworthy gave us a little insight into his coffee journey. Todd has been a longtime member of the specialty coffee community. Over the years, he’s acquired valuable experie…

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Grind Size and Extraction: The Basic Approach

Of the Five Important Factors in Brewing Great Coffee at Home, grind size is crucial. It allows for much greater or lesser extraction and can mean the difference between a great cup of coffee and a terrible one. A quick refresher on extraction Extracti…

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