I Brew My Own Coffee

A podcast for people who care about coffee. Hosted by Brian Beyke & Bryan Schiele.


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episode 38: Episode 38 - Dialing In A Coffee

Digging into the mailbag this week to answer a common question we get asked, "When you get a coffee in, how do you dial it in?" We cover what we're looking at when getting into a coffee and how we adjust different parameters to get the most out of a cup.


 2016-04-07  40m

episode 37: Episode 37 - Pour Over Brewing

Hot on the heels of our AeroPress episode, this week we're focussing on three of the most popular pour over brew methods. That's right, we're talking about the Chemex, Kalita Wave and the Hario V60. We cover what makes each of these methods unique, what c


 2016-03-24  56m

episode 36: Episode 36 - The AeroPress

On this episode we're talking all about the AeroPress - a brew method created by Alan Adler, president of Aerobie, in 2005. Though brewing with the AeroPress can be quite simple, there are many features that make it a prime candidate for experimentation.


 2016-03-10  53m

episode 35: Episode 35 - I Brew My Own Coffee Recommends

We're excited to announce a new feature of the I Brew My Own Coffee website called 'Recommends'. Starting today, you can head over to http://ibrewmyowncoffee.com/recommends and sign up to receive monthly personalized coffee recommendations directly from u


 2016-02-25  29m

episode 34: Episode 34 - The Places We Brew with Megan O'Connell and Bethany Hargrove

You have camping stoves in your truck bed, you have GORE-TEX® on your shoes. You can catch the aroma any direction you brew. You're on your own, and you know what you know, and these are the girls who's site is in the show notes. Today, we are pleased to


 2016-02-11  50m

episode 33: Episode 33 - Competition Coffee with Jess Steffy

With the US Coffee Championships Qualifying Event starting February 2nd, we're honored to welcome Jess Steffy to the podcast to talk about coffee competitions and the important role they serve. Jess is the co-owner of Square One Coffee, a certified Q Grad


 2016-01-28  56m

episode 32: Episode 32 - From the Farm with Wilford Lamastus

From the farms of Elida Estates and El Burro Estates in Panama, we're excited to welcome Wilford Lamastus, a fourth generation coffee producer responsible for some of the world's best coffee. We're talking about the history of the Lamastus Family Farms, t


 2016-01-14  1h0m

episode 31: Episode 31 - 2015 in Review

Happy New Year! On this episode we’re talking about our experience with coffee regions, coffee roasters, and coffee resolutions from 2015. While we both have our own take on what happened this past year, we’d love to hear from you! What were your favorite


 2015-12-31  47m

episode 30: Episode 30 - Ratio Eight

We're delighted to have Mark Hellweg - Portland based entrepreneur and designer responsible for Clive Coffee and the stunning Ratio Eight Coffee Maker - on the podcast this week! We discussed Mark's story, the roles of both form and function in design, de


 2015-12-17  56m

episode 29: Episode 29 - Sharing Coffee

Coffee is meant to be shared ... that's why we're talking about a few of our favorite options for sharing coffee. Whether you're splitting a bag of coffee with a friend, swapping coffee with someone across the world, or even sending coffee to friends and


 2015-12-03  40m