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SERBC in ATL!
We're proud of all of the competitors at this year's Southeast Regional Barista Competition (SERBC) for elevating the craft of coffee. We're honored to have so many talented folks representing our coffees, as well. And, we are especially thrilled that Lem Butler won the SERBC Barista Competition and Jonathan Bonchak won the Brewers Cup.
 
Lem and Jonathan will advance to US Barista Championship and Brewers Cup in Boston in April 2013. Congratulations and thanks for all of your hard work!
 
Sincerely,
Nathan
 
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