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DropZone Coffee open in Twisp

DropZone Coffee open in Twisp

Early morning risers, this is for you: DropZone Coffee, located in the former Libke Insurance building on Highway 20 in Twisp, is now open from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday. For now, drip coffee (no espresso drinks), tea, cocoa, cider and baked goods are being offered; payment is by donation only, according to co-owner...
Lariat wins two medals at North American roasters’ competition

Lariat wins two medals at North American roasters’ competition

Winthrop-based Lariat Coffee Roasters won two bronze medals at last month’s inaugural Golden Bean North America coffee competition. Lariat won medals for its Basecamp Espresso and Outlaw Espresso entries in the organic espresso category. The event was held Sept. 19 in Portland, Oregon. It is an extension of the Golden Bean roasters competition that has...
Calling all regional baristas to Blue Star training event

Calling all regional baristas to Blue Star training event

Blue Star Coffee Roasters is inviting all “eastside” baristas to take part in a new event, The 509 Barista Jam, on June 7 and 8 at the company’s roasting plant in Twisp. The Barista Jam is intended to bring people from the coffee business together to learn about making the best espresso. Participants will take...
Blue Star questions Lariat’s use of logo, marketing materials

Blue Star questions Lariat’s use of logo, marketing materials

By Don Nelson
Lariat Coffee Roasters of Winthrop is being asked by Twisp-based Blue Star Coffee Roasters to revise its logo and make other changes in its marketing efforts.
Lariat Coffee Roasters replaces Backcountry brand

Lariat Coffee Roasters replaces Backcountry brand

By DON NELSON A new brand called Lariat Coffee Roasters debuted last weekend in Winthrop with a stylish logo and distinct packaging, but everything else about the product will be familiar to coffee fans inside the valley and beyond. Lariat is the new moniker – and marketing theme – for Backcountry Coffee Roasters, which was...