Comprised of two warehouses – one a former MacForce shop (precursor to the modern Apple Store), the other a Copeland Lumber mill, Stumptown’s 37,000 square feet of space has plenty of room for roasting, training, quality control, green storage, and offices.
That my friend is a Rwandan bicycle. Stumptown donated several newer modern versions to the growers in order to make their work in the coffee fields a little easier on the growers.
Employees have access to plenty of bike parking within the building…
…along with modern dot tile showers and employee lockers with clown heads on top.
Quality control is explained. This dude sniffs and swigs a lot of coffee on a daily basis.
The old logging company logo remains on the roasting floor.
I wanted this table so bad, it’s an old mattress stretcher. The roastworks (top).
Training Center inside/out.
HQ Tours are at 10:30 a.m. on most Saturdays. Learn about how we source, roast and brew coffee, stroll behind the scenes of our roastery and coffee labs, and we’ll send you off with a ½ pound bag of freshly-roasted beans. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. ($15, limited to 10 participants, advance sign-up required.)