Table of Contents
- 1 What should I buy at City Brew?
- 2 Is City Brew coffee Starbucks?
- 3 What sugar free syrups does City Brew have?
- 4 Do you have to buy special coffee for cold brew?
- 5 Where did City Brew Coffee start?
- 6 Who started City Brew?
- 7 What’s the best kind of coffee to drink?
- 8 When do coffee beans start to get darker?
What should I buy at City Brew?
- Campfire Mocha. It’s a s’more in a cup!
- Spearfish Morning Latte. Start your morning with a rich blend of white chocolate and a nutty caramel pecan.
- Crow Peak Chai. A classic chai with a sweet twist of white chocolate.
- Black Hills Granita.
- Dakota Lemonade.
- The (605)
- Fountain of Youth.
What kind of coffee do you use for cold brew?
The short answer: This one’s easy—use your favorite medium or dark roast. You can use your favorite coffee bean for cold brew. It’s the size of the grind that matters more. (You’ll need coarse ground coffee.
Is City Brew coffee Starbucks?
City Brew is a blatant clone of Starbucks from the color scheme, to the fonts used, the uniforms, etc. If you are looking or something other than Starbucks try Metro Coffee Company or one of the others in Casper that have their own identity and didn’t just shamelessly copy Starbucks.
What is in a City Brew refresher?
Caramel, coffee, and chocolate combined to make a blended drink difficult to resist! A blend of revitalizing green tea, milk and ice — this frappe is delicious and coffee free! A refreshing blended beverage made with 100% real fruit!
What sugar free syrups does City Brew have?
Drip coffee: hot or iced plain coffee, or a cold brew – add a little heavy cream and/or a sugar-free syrup. Americano: espresso with water – add a little heavy cream and/or a sugar-free syrup. Latte: sub almond milk for regular milk, but make sure to ask if the the almond milk is unsweetened!
Is City Brew only in Montana?
There are 26 locations across the state from Kalispell to Miles City (fun fact: that’s the smallest Montana town with a City Brew) and 400 employees in Montana alone. But even as City Brew grows in the region, employees say Montana remains home base.
Do you have to buy special coffee for cold brew?
You do not need a special coffee to make cold brewed coffee. Use the coffees you normally like. Some roasters are making special blends for cold brew and iced coffee. Typically they tend to be lighter roasted.
Is robusta good for cold brew?
If you go for about 25% Robusta in your cold brew blend, you’ll get a bit bolder taste in your cold brew. If you want to mix it with other tastes, it can be a good idea to create a cold brew with a stronger taste since it’ll stand up to those tastes a bit better. Especially if you’re going to mix it with dairy.
Where did City Brew Coffee start?
Born of our desire to provide the best coffee experience in the region, City Brew Coffee opened its first store in Billings, Montana, in December 1998. Over the next 18 years, our company has grown to include 17 brick and mortar retail locations, as well as six kiosks across Montana, Wyoming & North Dakota.
Is City Brew Coffee a franchise?
Franchising Opportunities. When you’re ready to launch your franchise, we’ll assist you every step of the way. Our 8-part process is simple and efficient — so you can get down to brew touring as soon as possible!
Who started City Brew?
Two German immigrants founded City Brewery in 1858 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. John Gund bought a small brewery in La Crosse in 1854 after leaving a brewery business in Galena, Illinois.
Which is the best roast level for coffee?
If you want a natural flavor and more caffeine heavy coffee then go with the light roast. If you don’t like high acidity levels in your coffee then go with the medium or medium-dark roast levels. If you don’t like too much caffeine and want a healthier option, you should go with the darker roast levels.
What’s the best kind of coffee to drink?
If you are just a regular coffee lover, then Light, Medium, and Dark is probably all the detail you really need. Your preference is probably driven by the coffee you have “always drunk.”
What are the different colors of coffee roasts?
Most roasters have specialized names for their favored roasts and there is very little industry standardization. This can cause some confusion when you’re buying, but in general, roasts fall into one of four color categories — light, medium, medium-dark and dark.
When do coffee beans start to get darker?
At this point, you are entering the “Dark Roasts” and the point where the roast characteristics will start to factor in more highly than the origin characteristics. By the time you reach 465ºF (241ºC), you are in the Vienna Roast range. The beans are getting darker.