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Date: 01 Aug 2007 09:50:51
From: Marshall
Subject: Filling in the blanks
Posters who can't find good roasters in their region should have less
to complain about in the future. More and more people seem to be
getting coffee religion and opening up in new markets. Here is a new
roaster with Counter Culture alumni in Charleston, SC: Charleston
Coffee Roasters. They seem to take their barista training seriously,
too.

http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A30927

Marshall




 
Date: 01 Aug 2007 20:19:40
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: Filling in the blanks
Marshall <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net > wrote in
news:63e1b3llk93spmpfb01euctffbsbs9lf62@4ax.com:

> Posters who can't find good roasters in their region should have less
> to complain about in the future. More and more people seem to be
> getting coffee religion and opening up in new markets. Here is a new
> roaster with Counter Culture alumni in Charleston, SC: Charleston
> Coffee Roasters. They seem to take their barista training seriously,
> too.
>
> http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A30927
>
> Marshall
>


Howdy Marshall!
Somewhat on topic; other than Diedrich what companies make roasters for in-
store use? A germ of an idea is beginning to grow - and a few of my buds
are considering backing me in a possible venture. I've looked at Diedrich's
machines but there must be others.


Robert (Just thinkin' stage.)Harmon
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Date: 06 Aug 2007 07:56:03
From: tckroll
Subject: Re: Filling in the blanks
Robert Harmon wrote:
> Howdy Marshall!
> Somewhat on topic; other than Diedrich what companies make roasters for in-
> store use? A germ of an idea is beginning to grow - and a few of my buds
> are considering backing me in a possible venture. I've looked at Diedrich's
> machines but there must be others.
>
>
> Robert (Just thinkin' stage.)Harmon

Robert,

Considering where you be sitting....you might want to consider company
based in Oklahoma City.

http://www.usroastercorp.com/index.htm

They also have refurb units.

All I know about them is that one of their units is in operation here in
Dallas. http://www.wrcoffee.com

I would expect the owner to give you a heads up as to how the unit has
worked out for him.

terry


  
Date: 04 Aug 2007 00:06:22
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Filling in the blanks
On Wed, 1 Aug 2007 20:19:40 +0200 (CEST), Robert Harmon
<r_h_harmon@Zhotmail.com > wrote:

>Somewhat on topic; other than Diedrich what companies make roasters for in-
>store use?

ambex
probat
coffeeper
ponderosa
primo
sta-impianti
has garanti

and a few others i can't recall off the top of my head.