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The team out on the road for The Variety Show shot video footage along the way to share the goings on of our second Works in Progress tour. Stay tuned here or on our Facebook page as the last few videos are posted. And, thanks to everyone who attended!
 
New York City – 10.19.13
 
Boston – 10.17.13
 
Philadelphia – 10.15.13
 
Trailer for 2013 HOST in Milan, Italy

(Thanks kindly to our 2013 Works in Progress sponsors Kalita USA, Bonavita, Baratza, and ESPRO.)
 
Washington, DC – 10.13.13
 
Chicago – 10.11.13
 
Asheville – 10.9.13
 
Atlanta – 10.7.13
 
Durham – 10.5.13
 
Tour Teaser:
 
Big thanks to Christy Baugh (from our marketing department) – whose birthday is tomorrow – for making these happen despite the bustle and motion of the RV; thanks also to Thomas Costello (aka The Human Eyes) for much of the music for these!
 
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The Variety Show – the second installment of Counter Culture Coffee's annual Works in Progress series – will explore botanical coffee varieties with the owners of Finca El Puente, Moisés Herrera and Marysabel Caballero, and celebrate the championship of Erin McCarthy at the 2013 World Brewers Cup!
 
The Variety Show team will travel from city to city stopping at each Counter Culture Training Center along the way over the course of two weeks in October – starting this weekend in Durham and ending in New York at our new flagship Training Center.
 
Along the way, we'll be selling raffle tickets to benefit World Coffee Research, and each stop will include drawings for prizes like Kalita brewers, Baratza grinders, Bonavita kettles, and custom Counter Culture wares – a winner for the Grand Prize drawing from all entries gets a personal coffee brewing experience in your home – or coffee shop – with 2013 World Brewers Cup Champion Erin McCarthy [some restrictions apply*].
 
Light food + beverages. Free + open to the public. #CCCVarietyShow
 

All events 7 - 9 p.m.

Saturday, October 5 – Durham Training Center
Monday, October 7 – Atlanta Training Center
Wednesday, October 9 – Asheville Training Center
Friday, October 11 – Chicago Training Center
Sunday, October 13 – Washington, DC Training Center
Tuesday, October 15 – Philadelphia Training Center
Thursday, October 17 – Boston Training Center
Saturday, October 19 – New York Training Center


Big thanks to event sponsors Kalita USA, Bonavita, Baratza, and ESPRO!


*Continental US only. Subject to availability.


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