KYC: Know Your Coffee | Organic Coffee Brewing Workshop at Sarjapur Social
The V60 Pour Over
Sounds complicated? SOCIAL is here to break it down for you through a hands on workshop on how to choose coffee, how to treat it and how to drink it! But the best part is that they are #GoingGreen. It’s time to take a look at choosing organic plantations and coffee brewing techniques which eradicates the consumption of chemical laced products from our everyday habits.
Hosted by Brewmaster Pradeep, who has 10 years of experience in the coffee industry, this workshop is all set to put you on the road to becoming a connoisseur within 3 hours.
Grab your ticket that comes inclusive of all material needed and head to
Sarjapur Social on 9th Feb to move over the average cup of joe and try the organic lifestyle.
Roasted Today available at Church Street Social, Koramangala Social and Sarjapur Social in Bangalore and they are fanatical about two things: 1. Bringing you some of the dopest coffee on the planet and 2. Making sure you drink it freshly roasted.
About Sarjapur Fest: Organic Edition
National Restaurants Association of India (NRAI) announces its exciting new initiative in Bengaluru. ‘Sarjapur Fest – Organic Edition’, inspired by the government’s Organic Millet 2019 International Trade Fair, it is set to create a milestone in journey of F&B in Bengaluru.
The week-long fest, from January 21-27, celebrates the story of Sarjapur, which has developed into an F&B hub in recent times. Although now famous for traffic, till the start of the 21st century, Sarjapur was the heart of trade fairs and a market for local produce.
Sarjapur Fest seeks to celebrate and revive that culture by imbibing a festive atmosphere in the locality. And the very first edition is about making the ‘Organic choice’. From organic dishes to workshops, organic consumer brands showcase (organic mandi) to performance arts, the festival will engage guests in various activities to take them back to the roots and educate them about the relevance of the ‘organic choice’.
The event will see participation from some of the biggest brands, including Byg Brewski Brewing Company, Hoot, Sarjapur Social, The Rig and Vapour. All participating brands will curate their unique organic millet-based menus, and workshops to showcase the benefit of millet/organic consumption.
A strong line-up of local fusion artists is set to bring the folk culture alive during the festival. Ultimately, with a progressive and socially conscious agenda, this event seeks to foster a strong and meaningful relationship between F&B outlets and their neighbourhoods.