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Working on a 1 kilogram North machine from Mill City Roasters, a pop-up in Cambridge, MA, has won first place at the Genuine Origin’s Roast and GO Competition. Before Broadsheet Coffee was even open for business, its founder Aaron MacDougall was up against dozens of established brands in the competition. According to MacDougall, his interest in coffee is sparked by the many facets the industry touches, from engineering, to culture and food chain, to customer service and design. After establishing a name through the award-winning pop-up, Broadsheet will open a coffee shop with food director and pastry chef Darine Hazboun and Wolf Barn Marnell, the retail manager and beverage director. Keep an eye out for the grand opening of their shop in early Spring 2017.

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