We were proud to be awarded a spot on Men’s Journal‘s list of 25 Best Coffee Roasters In America! To quote the article: “Along with attracting arts- and tech-minded professionals of Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood with its wide open space and attachment to an alternative bookstore, BRC brings in the coffee lovers for their commitment to bringing Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, and Organic certified and sustainable coffees to a variety of New York palates. All beans are roasted in small batches in a Loring Kestrel 1/2 bag roaster, yielding such varieties as the salted caramel-sweet Peru High Grown Andes, a personal favorite.” Check out the rest of the article here.
Tasting Table posted a list of airlines offering excellent coffee service on their flights, highlighting Brooklyn Roasting Company’s partnership with JetBlue. We’re #1! To quote the article, “New York City’s JetBlue brews cappuccino and espresso from Brooklyn Roasting Company on Mint, its premium service currently flying between 12 U.S. cities. A renowned label with 7 cafés in New York City, Brooklyn Roasting Company sources organic, fair trade, kosher and Rainforest Alliance-certified beans from such global destinations as Indonesia, Ethiopia, and South and Central America, and roasts them in its Brooklyn facility.” Check out the article here.
Attention Gilmore Girls fans! On Wednesday, October 5, our 200 Flushing Ave cafe will be converted into a Luke’s Diner in honor of Netflix’s revival of Gilmore Girls! Along 250 other cafes around the country, we will be offering free coffee and tons of authentic Luke’s Diner merch! The food/culture site Eater posted details:
“The event coincides with the 16th anniversary of the series’ original pilot airdate, giving fans a fresh dose of Stars Hollow nostalgia ahead of the November 25 release of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. While the pop-ups run from 7 a.m. to noon, those hoping for a free cup and a chance to catch a glimpse of the ‘fun surprise under their custom Gilmore Girls coffee sleeve’ should arrive early as supplies are limited.”
In the week leading to the New York Primary, Brooklyn Roasting Company’s 25 Jay Street espresso lab was MSNBC’s base for coverage of the 2016 Presidential Election. Centering around the Democratic Debate at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, MSNBC hosts covered the latest election news while sipping our freshly roasted, sustainably sourced coffee.
Brooklyn Roasting Company also supplied coffee to over 700 journalists covering Thursday’s Democratic Debate at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, just steps away from our 200 Flushing Avenue location. CNN broadcasted from our 200 Flushing Avenue cafe, which is located just steps away from the debate stage at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. CNN’s Chris Moody interviewed BRC’s Jim Munson to get his take on the candidates and the impact of Brooklyn hosting a presidential debate.