Up for two days of espresso slurping, brewing masterclasses and martini shaking? The Coffee House Project returns to The Passenger Shed in Bristol for another weekend of caffeine thrills on September 7-8.
Not sure what to expect from the South West’s biggest coffee festival? Here are five reasons to book a ticket right now
Meet your roaster heroes
The who’s-who of roaster royalty will be rocking up at The Coffee House Project this year, showing off their latest lots, hosting masterclasses and getting involved in talks and competitions. Grab your KeepCup and sample beans from Indy Coffee Box roasters such as Colonna, Crankhouse, Yallah, Extract and more.
Brush up your skills
How often do you get the chance to learn how to pour a killer flat white from a latte art champ or mix cocktails with a World Coffee in Good Spirits winner? Dhan Tamang and Dan Fellows will be hosting masterclasses throughout the weekend – book your spot before they sell out.
Learn how to taste coffee like a pro
Sharpen your senses, develop your coffee tasting skills and get ready to discover a whole new world of flavours from your daily brew. We’re teaming up with Crankhouse Coffee and Yallah Coffee to run an interactive session on Saturday 7. Hold tight for ticket info.
Ain’t no party like a coffee house party
Fan of an espresso martini – or three? Stick around on the Saturday night for the official Coffee House Project launch party. Festivities will kick off from 4pm when the region’s best baristas and bartenders will be going head-to-head in a cocktail making showdown.
Stuff your face
Think coffee festivals are just coffee? Nuh-uh. A host of greedy pop-ups will be fuelling festival goers with Asian steamed dumplings, epic cakes and more. We’d recommend wearing something with a bit of give …