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GLASGOW COFFEE FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 4 MAY + SUNDAY 5 MAY 2019

A celebration of the growing specialty coffee culture in Scotland with a TWO day event showcasing the passion for quality coffee in our Scottish coffee community!

The festival features coffee exhibitors, cafes, roasters, baristas, masterclasses, workshops, presentations and demonstrations!

Exclusively hosting national competitions sanctioned by the Speciality Coffee Association UK.

Visitors can mingle with coffee pros, sip and slurp their way around the carefully chosen gathering of roasters baristas, artists, brewers and bars whilst viewing competitions, art, film and photography!  Get your latte art on and learn the ways of the coffee world!

Watch national coffee competitions, enjoy a ‘cupping’ experience, upgrade home barista brewing and espresso kit, all in one day under one roof with coffee bars, beans, baristas and brewers!

55

EXHIBITORS

24

PRESENTATIONS

1

SCA COMPETITION

THE BRIGGAIT, GLASGOW

EVENT INFORMATION

The Glasgow Coffee Festival will be held in the grandeur of the public hall at the Briggait. The building was originally Glasgow’s fish market acting as a hub for business for over 100 years. Recently renovated to create a hub for business and culture it is the perfect central location to bring Scottish coffee aficionados together to promote their products. The venue is a short walk from major transport links and plenty of parking nearby make this an ideal choice.

FAQ

Can I buy tickets on the door?

We’d recommend purchasing tickets in advance as last festival was a sell out!

Does the venue have disabled access?

Yes

Is there parking near the venue?

Yes, there are 3 car parks within a few minutes walking distance.

What does my ticket include?

Ticket price includes general admission, one hot drink and prize draw entry.

Where do the profits go?

All profits in 2018 will be donated to World Coffee Research and Glasgow City Mission.

Is this a child friendly event?

Yes. And accompanied under 12s enter free.  We even have a face painter and farmer Bryce of Mossgiel Farm is bringing one of his ‘girls’.

Can I bring my own cup?

This year we’re inviting you to bring your own cup to Glasgow Coffee Festival. We’re excited to announce that disposable cups will not be available at this year’s event, saving thousands of cups from landfill. Cool, huh?!

How it works:

  1. Bring your own reusable cup! KeepCup will have washing stations and staff on hand to wash your cup so you can keep using it all day.
  2. Borrow a cup from KeepCup! For a £5 deposit, you’ll be given a KeepCup to use on the day.
  3. If you fall in love with using your KeepCup (which we think you will!), you can pay an additional £5 to take it home to reuse again and again.

Join us in the #reuserevolution!

CUPPING SCHEDULE

PRESENTATION SCHEDULE

FEATURING:

Dear Green Coffee Roasters
La Marzocco
KeepCup
Mercanta
Tempest Brewery
Us Vs Them - Engineering Coffee
Artisan Roast
Caffeinefix
Caffeine Magazine
Caravela
Carvetii coffee
Casa Espresso
Cast Iron Roasted Coffee
Ceaird
Clever Kombucha
Coffee Nexus
Common Coffee
Conti
The Espresso Shop
Falcon Speciality
The Herbivore Kitchen
The Fallen Tree Coffee Truck
Foodstory
The Gatehouse Coffee Roasters
Gie It Laldy
The Glasgow Markets
Glen Lyon Coffee Roasters
Gordon Street Coffee
House Martin Barbers
The Hug & Pint
Kabloom
Kaf
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Liquid Sunshine
Lowdown Coffee
Luckie Beans
Machina Espresso
Manifesto Ceramics
Maracas
McCune Smith cafe
Mossgiel Farm
Papercup
PekoeTea
Rags 2 Riches
Rebel Chocolate
Revive Eco
Seedbom
Rapscallion Raw Soda
RSPB Glasgow
Spitfire Espresso
Stef Baxter Pottery
Stirling Coffee
Sunshine Tea Lounge
Unorthodox Roasters
Union Coffee

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WITH THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

Dear Green Coffee Roasters
LA MARZOCCO
Keep Cup
Mercanta
Speciality Coffee Association UK
Independent Coffee Guide
BWT
Us vs Them
Tia Maria
Espresso Solutions
Tempest

SUPPORTING

WORLD COFFEE RESEARCH
GLASGOW CITY MISSION

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