Black Rifle Coffee Co responds to Starbucks

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Re: Black Rifle Coffee Co responds to Starbucks

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Post by txglock21 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:59 am

I just found this thread and after all the positive posts I went to their website and ordered some coffee and a t-shirt. I will always support veteran's companies and even if Starbucks wasn't anti-2A, I still wouldn't give my money to their over-priced swill they call coffee. Thanks for informing me of this company! :tiphat:
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Post by allisji » Wed May 03, 2017 10:48 am

I'm a coffee lover, but I already have a roaster that I like. Not Sbux. I will get a t-shirt though from BRCC.

Since I drink my coffee solo, I make it by the cup. I either do pour-over or aeropress. Kuerig is too expensive and impossible to keep clean. I have a 4 cup Mr. Coffee that I use when I have company. But anything with a pump and a heater contaminates the product (in my opinion). Pour-over is hard to beat. Just boil a cup of water and pour it through some coffee in a filter and voila. Or if you're a perfectionist then get an electric kettle and heat to 200° then pour.
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Post by Take Down Sicko » Wed May 03, 2017 7:21 pm

I'm liking my french press coffee maker pretty good. Makes better coffee than a regular brewer.

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Post by Liberty » Wed May 03, 2017 9:19 pm

You don't have anything to chew on with a pourover.
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Post by MeMelYup » Thu May 04, 2017 8:52 am

What happened to the old percolator. Set it on the stove and brew your coffee. Take the insides out and leave it by the heater to keep it warm.


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Post by loktite » Thu May 04, 2017 9:55 am

MeMelYup wrote:What happened to the old percolator. Set it on the stove and brew your coffee. Take the insides out and leave it by the heater to keep it warm.
I think it got sold at the church garage sale 20 years ago :P
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Post by Jusme » Thu May 04, 2017 10:18 am

MeMelYup wrote:What happened to the old percolator. Set it on the stove and brew your coffee. Take the insides out and leave it by the heater to keep it warm.


I have two blue enamel percolators that I carried to every Boy Scout camp out. They work great I had to buy a second one because all of the other scout leaders wanted to drink my coffee. :grumble
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Post by E.Marquez » Thu May 04, 2017 4:22 pm

I have nothing to add to the discussion except......Just got home from Austin, to help drive the liberal'ness that make have worked its way into my brain though Libosmosis (Libosmosis is the movement of inarticulate, ignorant and unfounded liberal thoughts from an area of hight concentration to an area of low concentration though a the semipermeable open mind capable of rational based ideas and discussion)
To te help drive out liberal nonsense that may have seeped in while i was in Austin Im fixing a cup of Black Rifle Coffee

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Post by Ruark » Thu May 04, 2017 4:44 pm

We've been through a number of silly overpriced yuppie coffeemakers that became progressively more complicated, more expensive, and harder to clean. Now we just heat some water in an electric pot and pour it over a spoonful of instant coffee like Nescafe. Faster, fresher, better. Life is good.
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Post by apostate » Thu May 04, 2017 10:24 pm

Liberty wrote:You don't have anything to chew on with a pourover.
Is that a bug or a feature? :headscratch

I went to order some but BRCC shipping is dear.
I'm too old for this...

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Post by Liberty » Fri May 05, 2017 7:29 am

apostate wrote:
Liberty wrote:You don't have anything to chew on with a pourover.
Is that a bug or a feature? :headscratch
Depends on ones taste's I guess. but I prefer chewing my toast and drinking my coffee in the morning. I'm kinda picky about my coffee, but I like it just fine dripped either through the cone/fun nel thing or the old mr. coffee. is just fine. Fresh grind and good beans are important. Some day I would love to learn to roast my own beans.
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Post by E.Marquez » Fri May 05, 2017 3:40 pm

apostate wrote: I went to order some but BRCC shipping is dear.
I buy 3 bags at a time, shipping works out to $4 a bag or $17 a bag total.

More then the cost of whole bean coffee I buy at Specs ($14 per lb) , but Im ok with supporting a veteran business at a premium over Specs or $tarBUCKS
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Post by apostate » Sat May 06, 2017 7:22 am

E.Marquez wrote:
apostate wrote: I went to order some but BRCC shipping is dear.
I buy 3 bags at a time, shipping works out to $4 a bag or $17 a bag total.
A fine choice after one tries a product and knows they like it. :thumbs2:

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Re: Black Rifle Coffee Co responds to Starbucks

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Post by Take Down Sicko » Sat May 06, 2017 5:57 pm

I liked my first t-shirt so much i'm ordering another today. I just have to decide which one or two i want to get. Shipping on one t-shirt is only about 3.00 dollars. Anyone buy a coffee mug from them? Pricey at 45.00 dollars but look nice and dont mind supporting our Vets.

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