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Posted on: January 19th, 2016 by Wes Buckwalter

    TIME: Monday, February 1 All day Barista & Brewers Cup Judges Workshop: About the Coffee 3160 Terrace Street Kansas City, MO 64111   TIME: Tuesday, February 2 8:00 am – 10:20 am Brewers Cup Compulsory Practice 8:00 am – 11:00 am Barista Competition Western Conference Practice 9:30 am – 10:15 am Judge Calibration,

Qualifying Brewers Cup

Posted on: October 29th, 2015 by nick

Barista Competition    Brewers Cup    Competitor Requirements US Coffee Championships Qualifying Event  – Brewers Cup General Competition Timeline Brewers Cup competitors timeframe Event Days 1 – 4: Brewers Cup competitors will be scheduled to compete over a two-day period within the 4-day event timeframe. One day will be dedicated to compulsory service, with the second

Qualifying Barista Competition

Posted on: October 29th, 2015 by nick

Barista Competition    Brewers Cup    Competitor Requirements Schedule of Events US Coffee Championships Qualifying Event – Barista Competition General Competition Timeline February 2nd & 3rd:   Western Conference February 4th & 5th:    Eastern Conference Live Rankings 2016 Western Conference Barista Competition Rankings 2016 Eastern Conference Barista Competition Rankings   Registration Information Western Conference: 50 Barista competitors,

Become a Judge

Posted on: July 21st, 2014 by Israel Serna

Register as a Judge US COFFEE CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFYING EVENT FEBRUARY 2-5, 2016 KANSAS CITY CONVENTION CENTER 201 W. 14TH ST. KANSAS CITY, MO 64105 About the US Coffee Championships Qualifying Event The US Coffee Championships Qualifying Event will host the qualifying rounds for the US Barista Championship and the US Brewers Cup. The event will

U.S. Barista Championship

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 by Wes Buckwalter

The regional coffee competitions include performances from professional baristas over a 3-day event. In a 15-minute presentation, competitors prepare and serve three courses of espresso based beverages to a panel of four sensory judges, two technical judges and one head judge. Competitors strive for a harmonious balance of sweetness, bitterness, acidity, and aromatics. A signature

U.S. Barista Championship

Posted on: October 20th, 2013 by nick

The U.S. Barista Championship The United States Barista Championship (USBC) is a platform for baristas to enhance their espresso beverage making skills through an exciting and challenging competition. In 15 minutes, the barista must prepare and serve espressos, cappuccinos, and a personally designed signature beverage for four sensory judges; all while being assessed on their

U.S. Brewers Cup

Posted on: October 19th, 2013 by nick

The U.S. Brewers Cup The U.S. Brewers Cup recognizes and celebrates the art of manual coffee brewing. At the Regional competition, all competitors are firstly judged in a tasting round in which they all brew the same coffee for a panel of judges who will score based on taste alone. Those that qualify for the

U.S. Roaster Championship

Posted on: October 16th, 2013 by nick

2016 U.S. Roaster Championship April 14-17, 2016 Atlanta, GA   The annual U.S. Roaster Championship (formerly the Roasters Choice Competition) is designed to highlight the art and craft of coffee roasting. Forty Roasters Guild members may submit two roasted coffees to represent and highlight their roasting skills. A green coffee sponsor will provide the green

U.S. Brewers Cup

Posted on: October 13th, 2013 by Wes Buckwalter

The U.S. Brewers Cup Championship The United States Brewers Cup is an exciting competition that highlights and celebrates the fine art of manual brewing. Competitors are judged in two rounds by skilled coffee tasters. The first round is a blind tasting, the competitors all brew the same coffee on their chosen manual deceives. Those who

Participate

Posted on: September 24th, 2013 by nick

ATTENDEE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Join us in Atlanta, GA,  for 3 days of coffee competitions featuring top coffee professionals from throughout the nation battling it out for the U.S. Coffee Championship titles. The stakes are high, which means that competitors train months in advance of competing by taking great care in selecting their coffees,