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OCT-NOV 2017

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S T U F F : P R O D U C T S DREAM COME TRUE Ascaso's new Dream espresso machine not only has an added PID feature, but also an updated steam wand and group design, as well as a lot of dreamy bells and whistles: adjustable pre-infusion, chronometer, stand-by setting, automatic shot stopper, manometer, group-head insulation, and an active cup warmer. It's truly a pro espresso machine in a home-friendly size, and you can dream in color: A wide range of hues are available. www.ascaso.com KNOCK IT OUT OF THE PARK Details are ever ything. Whether in a high-end coffee bar or in your kitchen, level up your presentation with this knock box from Pantechnicon Design. The hand-crafted surround is made from wood and acr ylic, with a removable stainless-steel and rubber liner, and stays put with non-marking rubber feet. Talk about a knock-out! www.pantechnicondesign.com STONE COLD NITRO PRO The Brewista Cold Pro Nitro infuses cold-brew coffee with nitrogen and dispenses it without additional tanks or components—easy breezy! Since it filters nitrogen from atmospheric air, there is no need for a nitrogen tank. The compact design pumps cold-brew coffee from virtually any container, then flash chills it before dispensing. Boost your cold-brew sales with nitro— it's a snap with Brewista Cold Pro Nitro. www.mybrewista.com BREW BOMBS AWAY Craft commercial quantities of cold brew with the Brew Bomb X45 Cold Brew System. The innovative design provides the brewmaster with complete control over all variables, thus delivering the ability to craft unique coffees as well as control batch consistency. With an extremely versatile batch capacity from 2.5 to 60 gallons, and brew cycles as short as an hour, the Brew Bomb is a multipurpose brewer. Ever ything from small-batch Geishas to commercial-batch concentrates can be churned out as quick as you can say, "What can I get you?" The brewer's simple design is self-filtering, and the extraction process—coffee in and spent grinds out—is simplified, requiring just a 15-minute clean-up. www.kegoutlet.com/brewbomb 44 barista magazine

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