Category: Support

When Should I Replace My Burrs?

Let’s say you own a Baratza grinder. You’ve had it for a few years now and you’ve been enjoying fresh ground coffee on demand. When you boil it all down, a coffee grinder is just a machine that turns burrs. Machines need work overtime, right? A car nee…

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Key Gadgets for your Coffee Corner

We grind you brew is more than our tagline, it’s a snapshot of the process to enrich life’s moments with coffee. In between, there are handy little tools that can make this process smooth and the final product tastier. Here’s a list of small gadgets fo…

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Grind by Weight

Grind By Weight

It’s important to know how to control the amount of coffee you grind – by volume, time or weight. We cover these three big methods here, but long-story-short the very best of those is to grind coffee by weight. “Grind-by-weight” is the term we use to d…

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Encore and GB2.0

Encore Upgrade – GB2.0

It’s an open secret that the Encore can hold the advanced cone burr from the Virtuoso+, called the M2 burr. We aren’t afraid to let folks know about this compatibility because there are plenty of folks who want a straightforward machine like the Encore…

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Fines: An open-ended discussion.

One of the reasons a burr grinder is a better tool for coffee drinkers than a blade grinder is that burrs provide a consistency and uniformity of grind that you just can’t get from whirring blades. There’s no denying how easy and repeatable it is to gr…

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Vario Micro adjustments

Why Micro Adjustments Aren’t Completely Linear

With the release of the Vario, we introduced the revolutionary technology of micro grind adjustments. Rather than a machine with X distinct steps of adjustment, the Vario enabled users to further fine tune their grind. Today, micro-adjustment is availa…

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You Can Find the Right Grind Setting

One of the best features of a burr grinders is a precise and repeatable adjustment system. It allows you to set your grind just right for your needs every time. When you get a new coffee, however, you need to “dial in” to taste because each and every c…

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