CoffeeCon is the ultimate coffee festival, university and coffee drinkers meet-up.
George Howell For the Love of Coffee Lab is an additional $15 ticket which you can purchase after purchasing the main admission ticket.
The Future of Coffee Panel - Moderator Kenneth Davids, Helen Russell, George Howell, Joe Behm and Chris Jordan
If we are in the third wave, when does the fourth start? What is beyond drip pour-overs and direct trade organic, single-origin coffee beans? An on-stage think tank of coffee’s learned best lead a lively discussion describing the current state-of-the art, what’s coming right around the bend, and predicting the long term future of our favorite beverage.
Age limit to enter the event?
Children under 12 may enter for free with an adult.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking buildings are all within 2-4 blocks of the venue.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Sure contact email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes you may purchase tickets for others and give as gifts. However you might want to enter the persons name so they can win prizes. You must be present to win and names will be called from the registration. We had so many coffee give-a-ways last year that almost everyone left with something.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes on your Eventbrite account.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
All you have to do to get in is bring your printed ticket or code to scan on your phone to be instantly admitted.
What is the refund policy?
100% refund up to 7 days before the event.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
That's OK but you might not win any prizes which are valued from $10 to $500 as only the registered names are entered into the drawings.
Kevin Sinnott is author of The Art and Craft of Coffee. Threatened by a client for taking twenty minutes to brew coffee, he wrote an newsletter that reviewed coffee gear, and his client sent it to USA TODAY. He went to appear on Oprah and write two books. Realizing that poorly made coffee loses all value, no matter how well it's grown, cultivated and roasted, he envisioned CoffeeCon to share and teach coffee brewing as a culinary art that must be taught hands-on. CoffeeCon began in Chicago in 2011 and has grown to be a traveling national event. In his spare time, Sinnott writes reviews for Consumer Digest Magazine and his own review blog, CoffeeCompanion.com. He lives in Chicago.
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