Husky Grind Coffee
Grounds for Inspiration
Husky Grind is about more than providing a quality cup of coffee. We develop our flavor profiles by small-batch roasting on campus, and the rest of our beans are prepared locally by Seven Coffee Roasters. Origin cards let you know exactly where our beans come from including the country, farm, exporter and certifications. Single-origin practices follow the traditions of specialty brewers, letting you experience the character and subtleties in a particular region's crop. So drop in and warm up at your friendly neighborhood Husky Grind. Husky Grind also partners with design and agricultural programs on campus for coffee-related special events and seminars. You'll find Husky Grind coffee at Husky Grind Café in Mercer Court as well as District Market in Alder Hall and Parnassus in the Art Building.
Husky Grind at Mercer Court
This modern cafés features some serious coffee equipment, like our Alpha Dominche Steampunk. The panini, baguette sandwiches and satisfying soups will make you want to stay for more than a cup of great coffee.
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Manager: Joseph Maurey
We welcome faculty and students interested in partnering with Husky Grind on coursework. One of our most interesting collaborations has been with the School of Art's Industrial Design Program. Students’ Senior Design Studio (DES 445) class project was to develop and create a physical appliance or implement that would improve coffee making.
Joseph Maurey, our campus coffee roaster and trainer, hosted the class and faculty member Magnus Feil for lessons on the creation of a cup of coffee, from bean to brew, to give them the technical details they needed to make their designs.