Changing coffee, together.
Bay Area CoRoasters (CoRo) is a collaborative coffee roasting facility that supports a community of roasting professionals, artisans, and enthusiasts by providing education, technical knowledge, and equipment.
Whether you’re an existing coffee company looking to increase your roasting capacity, you’re looking to jumpstart a new coffee business, or simply appreciate your cup of coffee in a new way, stop by and join our coffee community.
We’re breaking down conventional coffee roasting barriers.
You don’t need to break the bank to start a coffee company. CoRo’s collaborative roasting facility offers the tools and professional training needed to roast, package, source, and sell coffee. Our diverse membership includes commercial roasters with established reputations, roasters jump-starting new brands, and home roasters taking the next step.
CoRo Member Roasters
CoRo’s Coffee Room showcases the hard work and dedication of our Member Roasters.
CoRo’s Coffee Room serves coffee roasted by CoRo Member Roasters on a rotating menu, allowing visitors to enjoy an exciting and dynamic coffee experience. Visit the Coffee Room website to see who’s on bar this month!
Come join us on Septemeber 26th to cup coffee with Novus Coffee Imports! The cupping will feature their coffee from Indonesia and Colombia, as well as microlots from Guatemala and Honduras. The event will also feature a short discussion into their sustainability initiatives including programs that increase yield, providing clean water to rural communities, and nursery programs in remote regions.
This event is intended for coffee industry professionals. For information about cuppings open to the public, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting Coffee, Together
A Microloan Fun(draiser) for Loans to Women Coffee Producers in Honduras, presented by Bay Area CoRoasters and Sedna Coffee/Yellow Rooster Imports
October 1, International Coffee Day, 5:30pm-9pm
Music, cocktails & mocktails, eats, and games! Supporting Coffee, Together is a party with a mission.
Together with Bay Area CoRoasters, Sedna Coffee/Yellow Rooster Coffee Imports, Fremont Bank, iFinca, and Rotary International, we’re creating a $200K fund for microloans to women coffee producers in Honduras. We're raising $10,000 to help fund the $80,000 match of Rotary's $120K grant.
Your money matters: $1 donated gets $1.5 of Rotary money!
We all hear the news about desperate Hondurans and the large migration of people risking everything to undertake the dangerous trip North. We can help and Microloans work! When loans are made, women have capital to enhance their money-making endeavors, thereby increasing the family’s financial security, reducing domestic violence, providing a recurring boost to the local economy, and giving women a voice in their communities.
Sponsored by: CoRo, Sedna Coffee/Yellow Rooster Coffee Imports, Fremont Bank and iFinca in connection with Rotary and Cuppa Jill, as well as: InterContinental Coffee Trading (ICT Coffee), Jeremiah's Pick Coffee, Boot Coffee Campus, Agora Coffee Merchants, Apfells Fine Coffee, Sunshine Pro Accounting & Tax, SPZ
Organized By: CoRo and Cuppa Jill
Sponsorships still available. Please contact Taylor Peliska to inquire.