The Place to Be at SCAA ”Roasted & Toasted Party!

Barista Magazine is super excited to be one of the four sponsors of what is sure to be THE party going down in history during this year’s SCAA show in Houston!

Mike and Rachelle McKim of Cuvee Coffee ”which is the amazing host of this incredible gala ”have thought of absolutely everything: the beer’s going to be killer (and free); the food ”total Tex Mex, of course ”is going to be slammin’ (and free). One of the most exciting things that’s set to happen at the party is that there will be a drawing for the prizes of all prizes: a Mahlkoenig K30 grinder, and a La Marzocco GS3! Holy crap!

Yes, you can win this La Marzocco GS3. Just buy a raffle ticket at Cuvee Coffee's SCAA booth #853. All proceeds benefit Houston's Ronald McDonald House.
Raffle tickets for the K30 grinder (pictured) and the GS3 (above) will be $10 each. The drawing for these amazing prizes will take place at the Roasted and Toasted party, but you need not be present to win.

It’s going to be a really amazing party ”but keep in mind that this place has a capacity of 400, no ifs, ands or buts! So be sure to arrive as early as possible!

Oh, and you get a super sweet party favor at the Roasted & Toasted party, too: Mike and Rachelle had these awesome pint glasses made for the event, and all 400 guests will get one to keep!

Here are the Party deets:

Saturday, April 30 ”6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Place: Saint Arnold Brewing Company, 2000 Lyons Ave., Houston

This place is off the hook! Saint Arnold Brewing Company is Texas’ oldest craft brewery, and it looks simply amazing…

Big ups to the generous sponsors: Sweetbird, La Marzocco, Mahlkoenig, and Barista Magazine. And huge thank you to Cuvee Coffee!

Can’t wait to see everyone at this party!!!

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