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Tifoso
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Posted Sat Oct 3, 2009, 3:52pm
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Mark,
        Super Sw e e e e t.

       Now whenever any of the rest of us get grief about our set-ups, we can always threaten to upgrade to your calibre. That ought to put an end to any complaints.

John

P.S. By the way, I have some Amish acquaintances who have fewer plumbing restrictions than you do ;>)
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IMAWriter
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Posted Sun Oct 4, 2009, 4:58pm
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Wow, what gorgeous coffee palace.
I'm especially pleased to see your continued allegiance to vac pot (siphon) style coffee.
I'm just looking for an excuse to get up your way and sample the coffee.
I'm looking forward to the new version of CG, but this version has been OK by me.
Don't forget to pay the electric bill. ;>D

 
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My Music Production web site:
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Weasel
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Posted Sun Oct 4, 2009, 11:18pm
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Congratulations on the creation of Coffee University. Now you just need a mascot.....Go Beans!!!!
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snoboy
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Posted Mon Oct 5, 2009, 8:18pm
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Looks like fun! I might have to schedule one of my Vancouver bound trips around a 200 level course... where will we be able to find out more details on that?

As for your design needs - you might want to have a peek at JUICY STUDIOS if you want something fresh...
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bngrdn
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Posted Mon Nov 2, 2009, 1:30pm
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Hi Mark,

I've been looking for an ultra-precise scale (.1 grams) to measure ground coffee in my portafilter. Could you tell me the make and model of the dual scales used in the CoffeeGeek Lab? Also, great read. I hope to visit Vancouver someday and enroll in one of your classes. Good luck!

Thanks,

Ben
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Posted Fri Nov 13, 2009, 10:03am
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Your lab is amazing. This is waaaay beyond addiction. Compulsive obsessive? I'm new at brewing my own, so I have allot to learn! My machine was $25 at Ross.
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eastbaysanfranman
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Posted Sun Dec 13, 2009, 11:44pm
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Cool lab Mark!! Now, instead of reading about it I want to hear about it. One podcast please!
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Dub
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Posted Thu Dec 24, 2009, 3:53pm
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Hi Mark,

I'm very much interested in the 200 and 300 level classes.  How does one find out more...days, prices, etc.?  

I was at your place a while back when you did a open house cupping of the top 5 CoE's for a podcast (I had a blast).  It's only given me more of a desire to spend the big bucks to get a new machine and really be "pot committed"...however there's been two issues that have held me back:  1) the costs of a machine and grinder (I figure I'm into 2k if I'm going to do it...domobar and a rocky grinder or something of that quality) and 2) a sense of what it takes to tame these types of machines.  I was prepared to do some time doing the trial and error method to figure it out, but now reading that you are doing classes, that would really get me up to speed with less frustrations.      


Cheers, Dub
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Posted Wed Jan 13, 2010, 11:30am
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wow, it is great view and pictures. Thanks for your posting, Mark. I look forward to see your new lab.
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Boolander
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Posted Tue Jan 19, 2010, 3:02pm
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All I can really say is WOW. Really exciting stuff- keep it up. Can't wait to find out more. I recently got into the Siphon Coffee world and I just love it. You don't know how awesome you are.
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