How Our Staff Is Making Coffee From Home Every Morning

Here’s how different GPers make brew their Joe.

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Like most everyone, our staff is in work-from-home mode, meaning morning coffee doesn’t come from our HQ cafe these days. Here’s how different GPers make brew their Joe (1:24). Plus: RAM trucks introduces a Ford F-150 Raptor fighter, called the RAM Rebel 1500 TRX (4:48).

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Coffee gear featured in this episode:

AJ Powell:
– Breville Barista Touch ($1,000)
– Oslo Coffee (various)
– Yeti mugs (various)

Will Price:
– Fellow Products Stagg Kettle ($79-$200)
– Hario V60 Scale ($50)
– Kalita Wave dripper ($44)
– Temple Coffee Roasters beans (various)
– Breville Smart Grinder Pro ($200)

Scott Ulrich:
– Partners Coffee beans (various)
– Elementi gooseneck kettle (various)
– 1byone kitchen scale ($16)
– Baratza Encore grinder ($139)
– Chemex ($44)

Steve Mazzucchi:
– Stanley Perfect Brew Pour Over (available Fall 2020)
– Westside Market NYC beans (various)
– Stanley mugs (various)

Caitlyn Shaw:
– Bialetti Moka Pot ($28)
– Variety Coffee Roasters beans (various)
– Cuisinart coffee grinder ($19)

Hunter Kelley:
– Snow Peak Field Barista Coffee Grinder ($90)
– Bodum French Press ($10+)
– Chameleon Coffee beans (various)
– Brew watch (various)

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