The Berlin Coffee Festival is taking to the streets.
Spread throughout the city, the festival will have nearly 60 satellite events taking place over Friday and Saturday, September 2nd and 3rd. There will be industry focused events: a cupping hosted by Nordic Approach, an ibrik workshop, a talk on the importance of barista competitions given by 2016 UK Brewers Cup champion Jeremy Challender, latte art workshops, and roasting classes. But the festival is catering to all levels of coffee experience and interest by including more non-industry friendly events, like a homebrewing class and a Berlin coffee tour.
The festival culminates on Sunday, September 4th with a consumer focused market at the Markthalle Neun consisting of 31 roasters from Germany and around Europe. The Barn, Five Elephant, Roestbar, and Koppi are just a few roasters participating this year.
Tickets for the Berlin Coffee Festival purchased a la carte by the event, and prices vary, though many of the activities are free to attend (RSVP still required). Tickets for the Sunday market are €5. For full list of satellite events and details, check out the Berlin Coffee Festival’s website here. For information on the Sunday market, visit here.
The Berlin Coffee Festival takes place across the city on September 2nd and 3rd, ending on Sunday, September 4th with a coffee market held at Markthalle Neun.
*top image via the Berlin Coffee Festival