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Hello from Wisconsin
JSA Coffee
Hello all,

I am from Wisconsin, just about 30 miles south of Green Bay. My rig right now is an old gas grill with a 2 pound CRC drum. I have been roasting for a few months, and started on with a Whirleypop, then quickly moved to a Ronco, and now to the BBQ.. So far, I like roasting the Central American beans. I am going to start a business soon for fresh roasted coffee. I realize I have a lot to learn yet, but I learn best by doing.
 
allenb
Welcome to HRO! Good to have another BBQ roasting coffee fanatic in our group!

I've heard that many have gotten top tier quality results from a simple BBQ drum setup with little to no temperature feedback. Be sure to put a thread together in the BBQ roaster forum and let others know what techniques are working for you for achieving great roasts.

Centrals from the right farm or coop can still cup with the best the planet has to offer. I recently had a Costa from Happymug that is stellar.

Be sure to share with us how your business comes along. Hopefully we can lend a hand with any roasting questions.

Allen
1/2 lb and 1 lb drum, Siemens Sirocco fluidbed, presspot, chemex, cajun biggin brewer from the backwoods of Louisiana
 
ginny
welcome to this bunch, thanks for joining us...

you will find a lot of help around here as our membres are great with support.

post away and ask those questions.



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StanSade
Hi JSA,
Welcome, I just recently joined; great group. I’m from WI also.
 
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