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Topic: need equipment recommendation, please (7 msgs / 127 lines)
1) From: Barry Jarrett
At 05:52 PM 7/20/03 +0100, you wrote:
 >I live in Europe (born and bred in Seattle) and would like to know what your
 >recommendations are for a commercial small-batch roaster. I am a
 >home-roaster who has only used a West Bend Poppery II. I'd like to start
 >roasting 1 to 3 pounds at a time, and expand my knowledge and expertise as a
 >roaster, while possibly selling it at local markets.
how about a samiac?  there's a cafe in bayeaux with a little samiac on the
counter in the front corner.  the guy roasts every day's coffee each
morning.  smoke is vented out through a coffee cup on the facade, so it
looks like the cup is steaming....

2) From: john
Hello!
I'm new to the list, and hope that nobody minds that I just jump right in
with a plea for help. :)
I live in Europe (born and bred in Seattle) and would like to know what your
recommendations are for a commercial small-batch roaster. I am a
home-roaster who has only used a West Bend Poppery II. I'd like to start
roasting 1 to 3 pounds at a time, and expand my knowledge and expertise as a
roaster, while possibly selling it at local markets.
I've been reading a bit about the Ambex YM-2, and it seems to be about the
size I'd like http://www.ambexroasters.com),but as it's been difficult to
find additional roasters online, I'd like some help from the fine folks on
this list.
Thanks for any help and direction.
joão
Bebo café, logo existo.http://www.drzeus.net/coffee

3) From: Dan Bollinger
You may find a small batch roaster here. Diedrich is close to you. Dan
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4) From: Dan Bollinger
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5) From: john
Thanks for the sites.  Diedrich is in Idaho.  I am not even in the U.S. :)
These gives me some great launching points, though.  Thanks again.
joão
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6) From: Dan Bollinger
LOL!  I saw the 'Seattle' and my brain stopped right there.  :)
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7) From: Barry Jarrett
At 12:39 PM 7/20/03 -0500, you wrote:
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yeah, STA makes a decent little roaster...   i've used a few with
satisfaction.


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