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Cropster Workshop in Edinburgh, UK, August 28, 2015

Join the Cropster Roast introductory and masterclass workshops on August 28 at John Thompson's Coffee Nexus, Edinburgh, UK! It's free!

We will have an introductory presentation for those who are new to Cropster and then a master class that will go through the entire Cropster Roast platform, exploring detailed questions. We will discuss roast profiling, logging, cupping, post roast analysis, green inventory management, and what introducing Cropster to your roastery can look like.

>>REGISTER HERE!<<

The events will be held on:

Friday, August 28th 2015

INTRO SESSION: 10 AM

MASTERCLASS: 11 AM  

at:

Coffee Nexus | John Thompson  

Coffee Nexus Ltd

8 Howard Street

Edinburgh

EH3 5JP

United Kingdom 

>>REGISTER HERE!<<

There is limited space and registration is free but mandatory. Registration is open until August 26. 

Contact andy@cropster.com if you have any questions. Click the button below for more information on Cropster Roast.

We are excited to see you there!

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