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Denver | $10 | Civil Rights

coffee cupping + tasting and education advocacy

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As the only female to own a coffee roasting company in Denver and former public education teacher, Hannah Ulbrich of Copper Door Roasting company has a passion for all things education: coffee education and public education.

At this event, attendees will participate in a six coffee cupping experience that focuses on taste, coffee bean origins and pairings. Cupping is a specific way to brew and taste coffee used by coffee professionals. Think wine tasting, but substitute coffee. Join us for this class as a way to learn the fundamentals, hone your cupping skills, and refine your palate.

No prior experience needed! Post coffee cupping there will be education advocacy focusing on restorative justice and education funding. Something we can all find some common ground(s) on.

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10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
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Equipment included
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MEET YOUR HOST, Hannah Ulbrich

Hannah Ulbrich is the owner of Copper Door Coffee Roasters, Denver's only 100% female owned coffee roaster. In a male-dominated industry, Copper Door is proud to support females doing amazing work in the Denver coffee community. Hannah takes her years of experience as a barista and cafe manager into the roasting room. As a literature professor and mother of two, she is dedicated to public education and relies on exceptional coffee everyday. Owning Copper Door Coffee Roasters gives Hannah the chance to blend creativity and science to bring you fresh roasted coffee. Copper Door Coffee Roasters was founded in 2006 by Sinjin Eberle. Up until 2014, they had been solely a wholesale business, roasting coffee out of a garage. In 2014, Hannah took over the business, fostering a vision of expansion and community mindedness. The purpose at Copper Door Coffee Roasters is to provide you with the best possible fresh roasted coffee--coffee that reflects tradition and craftsmanship practiced around the world over hundreds of years.

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How We Are Making a Difference

Write Postcards to Reps

Slow and steady wins the race. Snail mail is still relevant when it comes to contacting elected officials. Signing post-cards give you the opportunity to share personal anecdotes about why you care about your cause. Plus, we'll take care of the nitty gritty and mail it on your behalf.

Phone Calls to Reps

Hello... it's me. Believe it or not, your phone does more than just text or post. Most elected officials have staff members on hand specifically to answer phone calls from their constituents. So ring 'em up and let 'em hear it.

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900 W 1st Ave #180

Denver, Colorado 80223

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