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Erin McCarthy, 2013 World Brewers Cup Champ. Photo courtesy WCE/Livestream.
Erin McCarthy is the 2013 World Brewers Cup champ!
 
A finalist at the Northeast Regional Brewers Cup Competition earlier this year, Erin took top honors at the US Brewers Cup in Boston in mid-April and the World Brewers Cup this weekend with a Gesha-variety coffee from Hacienda Esmeralda in Panama.
 
Congratulations to Erin!
 
Sincerely,
Nathan
 
Note: In observance of the Memorial Day holiday, our transit carriers will not be picking up or delivering packages on Monday, May 27. Orders received now through midnight on Monday will be roasted, packaged, and shipped on Tuesday, May 28. Orders in transit may experience a slight delay. Please order accordingly. We hope you have a safe and happy holiday weekend. Thanks!
 
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