Food and Drink
Posted by Laura Dawson
03. Mar, 2013
After the success of their first installation last year behind the Great Dane Showroom in Fitzroy, and again at the Foxtel Festival Hub (the same month), the Clark St team have decided to take things south and are popping up again, this time at Kere Kere, Melbourne Uni on Wednesday 6 March.
A highlight will be the unveiling of their Pop Up Brew Bar; a meticulously crafted mobile version based on their fixed installation from last year. The Bar is equipped with a focus on single origin and single farm coffees, with beans that are roasted specifically for filter methods such as Aeropress, Chemex and cold drip.
“We love popping up in different locations”, says roaster Melissa Floreani. “There is a cool café opening up every day either north side or south side, so for us it’s a great way to share what we do for a limited time and then let cafes who use our coffee take it from there.”
Clark St Roasters is the proud product of Espresso Syndicate’s Clark Street, a Richmond Roastery who is known for their focus on a sustainable and constantly evolving coffee experience. You’re in good hands – whether you want to sit down and learn about different extraction and brew methods – or if you’re just after a superb cup of coffee.
Do yourself a favour and drop in when they pop up this week.
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