If your looking for good, cheap night out on Saturday get down and support @localbloodbrothers a crew of awesome local peeps doing their bit to make some noise around donating blood. 1 in 3 Aussies will need blood at some point (we’ve all got some to give) and unfortunately a lot of the time that means kids who end up at Perth children’s Hospital. There will be burgs by @shortorderburgerco Beers by @feralbrewing and loads of other goodness for you to enjoy. 100% profits go to support PCH.

August 17, 2018 / no comments

If your looking for good, cheap night out on Saturday get down and support @localbloodbrothers a crew of awesome local peeps doing their bit to make some noise around donating blood. 1 in 3 Aussies will need blood at some point (we’ve all got some to give) and unfortunately a lot of the time that means kids who end up at Perth children’s Hospital. There will be burgs by @shortorderburgerco Beers by @feralbrewing and loads of other goodness for you to enjoy. 100% profits go to support PCH.

PSA. We’ve got a problem. We all love Coffee and there is so many great local roasters and cafes around Perth these days we all get to support and enjoy. But the way things are going soon enough we may be a lot harder to get a tasty brew and we are genuinely concerned. If our demand for coffee continues as it has at around 1.9-2%pa then (even without taking to account the effect of climate change) we will have a shortage of around 60 million bags by 2050 – 180 million if we take into account existing trends in climate. Feeling somewhat like a helpless spectator we asked Rick Reinheat, CEO of the Specialty Coffee Association what he thinks we can do, as a small batch roaster in Perth participating in this industry if only at the micro level. Part of his advice was to make sure we pay good money for our coffee. Buying responsibly to ensure farmers have improving value over their production. Together with investment in science & agriculture to improve existing farming practices, such as developing new temperature / disease resistant coffee varietals that taste amazing. This month we reserved two of our customers favourite single origin coffees, blended them 50/50 to make a limited edition blend. We called this “Black Gold” because we couldn’t really think of anything else at the time and distributed it across our wholesale customers over two weeks. We plan to do this every few months with all money received from its sale to be donated to World Coffee Research @wcoffeeresearch An organisation made up of coffee professionals dedicated to problems like these so that future generations can enjoy Coffee too.

July 22, 2018 / no comments

PSA. We’ve got a problem. We all love Coffee and there is so many great local roasters and cafes around Perth these days we all get to support and enjoy. But the way things are going soon enough we may be a lot harder to get a tasty brew and we are genuinely concerned. If our demand for coffee continues as it has at around 1.9-2%pa then (even without taking to account the effect of climate change) we will have a shortage of around 60 million bags by 2050 – 180 million if we take into account existing trends in climate. Feeling somewhat like a helpless spectator we asked Rick Reinheat, CEO of the Specialty Coffee Association what he thinks we can do, as a small batch roaster in Perth participating in this industry if only at the micro level. Part of his advice was to make sure we pay good money for our coffee. Buying responsibly to ensure farmers have improving value over their production. Together with investment in science & agriculture to improve existing farming practices, such as developing new temperature / disease resistant coffee varietals that taste amazing. This month we reserved two of our customers favourite single origin coffees, blended them 50/50 to make a limited edition blend. We called this “Black Gold” because we couldn’t really think of anything else at the time and distributed it across our wholesale customers over two weeks. We plan to do this every few months with all money received from its sale to be donated to World Coffee Research @wcoffeeresearch An organisation made up of coffee professionals dedicated to problems like these so that future generations can enjoy Coffee too.

In a world of increasing automation in the coffee industry, baristas are looking for ways to extend their service offering and develop skills and competencies in new areas within the workplace. We ask ourselves is this a coffee shop of the future?

June 21, 2018 / no comments

In a world of increasing automation in the coffee industry, baristas are looking for ways to extend their service offering and develop skills and competencies in new areas within the workplace. We ask ourselves is this a coffee shop of the future?

So proud to be working together with the fam @gipsyboyboutique in Joondalup, celebrating their 4th birthday this week. Definitely the best part of our job is being able to see and play a tiny part of these kinds of success stories from other local small businesses.

May 27, 2018 / no comments

So proud to be working together with the fam @gipsyboyboutique in Joondalup, celebrating their 4th birthday this week. Definitely the best part of our job is being able to see and play a tiny part of these kinds of success stories from other local small businesses.

Micrology on the road again. Have you got your tickets? We’ll be doing a little pop up at this years Groovin The Moo festival in Bunbury feat. Royal Blood, Portugal The Man, Tkay Maidza, Claptone, Paul Kelly, Flight Facilities and a heap more. We’re giving away VIP tickets to a lucky person within our wholesale fam this week.

May 1, 2018 / no comments

Micrology on the road again. Have you got your tickets? We’ll be doing a little pop up at this years Groovin The Moo festival in Bunbury feat. Royal Blood, Portugal The Man, Tkay Maidza, Claptone, Paul Kelly, Flight Facilities and a heap more. We’re giving away VIP tickets to a lucky person within our wholesale fam this week. #moocrology