Fair World Project Presents Grow Ahead
Run Time: 1:24
Grow Ahead is an online lending and funding program that connects individuals and organizations directly to family farmer organizations. By lending and contributing through Grow Ahead, consumers and organizations will be able to support the agroecological solutions and farmer-led trainings that have a proven track record of success in farming communities. Learn more: https://growahead.org/
The Human Farm
Run Time: 6:40
A group of Honduran coffee farmers fight to plant a new society. The philosophy of Alias Sanchez, The Human Farm, was planted in the minds of farmers across Central America from 1982 to 2002. Mr. Sanchez stressed the importance of analysis and reflection rather than practices based on memorization and repetition. Presently, a small group of his followers are leading a peaceful revolution w…
DeRusha Eats: Peace Coffee
Run Time: 3:40
In case you missed it live, WCCO Channel 4 aired a great piece on Peace Coffee during their Midmorning broadcast last week. It was part of Jason DeRusha's (local TV personality, food writer and all-around pleasant human) "DeRusha Eats" series.
Making War & Peace
An in-depth look at the process of making Fulton Brewing's War & Peace Imperial Coffee Stout. Our Guatemalan Dark Roast coffee beans are used in this brew to create a rich, inviting beer that's perfect for sipping on a cold winter's eve.
there is only coffee
This short video offers a glimpse of the importance of coffee production to our partners at the Sidama Coffee Famers Cooperative Union in the Sidama region of Ethiopia, where our Ethiopian Light Roast is grown. This video was shot and produced by The Perennial Plate during our visit with them in 2012.
Doing Business With Peace Coffee
Run Time: 2:05
Molly Gaeckle of the Seward Community Co-op in Minneapolis offers some perspective on working with Peace Coffee as a wholesale partner. The Seward has been a flagship grocery account for over 15 years!
Brewing Cold Press Coffee
Cold brewing produces a super smooth, utterly tasty coffee concentrate. While most shortcuts sacrifice quality, the toddy maker lets you have your cake and eat it too. Follow these 6 easy steps for how to make a cold press that yields a delicious coffee concentrate.
Brewing with a Chemex
Refashioned from a German scientist's laboratory, the Chemex brewer perfectly marries Mid-Century Mod sensibilities with sound science. The resulting cup is clean and bright, and it is easily adapted to brewing for a solo cup or a brunch with friends. See a more detailed step by step instruction guide here.
Using a French Press
A classic suggesting romance, bistros, and Sunday mornings. The French Press is also a highly practical way to brew a robust mug of coffee for one or a crowd. The resulting cup is thick, full-bodied, and maybe even a little sludgy. See a more detailed step by step instruction guide here.
Drip Brewing with the Hario V60
A refined piece of statuary or a handy brewing device—the Hario V60 can pass for either. Ideal for brewing a single cup of delicious perfection, this brew method brings the coffee to the foreground; clean, bright, and aromatic. Read more detailed instructions here.