Eli Kalen
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  • Boulder, CO
  • United States
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What is your position in the coffee industry?
barista, barista trainer, consultant, service tech/repair
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
Boulder, Colorado
How many years have you been in the industry?
If you are a barista or shop, are you interested in a barista exchange with another coffee shop/barista?
About Me:
Crazy about coffee and my Family. always learning more about coffee everyday.

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At 10:12am on February 18, 2009, Zechariah White said…
What I mean is that the best way to double the size [or serving #] of a beverage is not always to multiple by 2. For example, when using a chemex brewer I have found that the best way to prepare 2 cups worth of coffee is not always to double the coffee weight and water weight. Rather, I only ad another 50% of the coffee weight, usually, and double the water weight.
At 12:30pm on February 8, 2009, Sara Travis said…
Can do. I'm interesed to see what kind of feedback I get before making a screen.
At 7:37am on February 3, 2009, Mickael said…
No real over all certification. You can get training from manufactures and they may "certify" you to repair their brand. As a company we receive training from manufactures regularly.
At 12:32pm on February 2, 2009, Matthew Farley said…
The best way to become a "certified" machine tech would be to go to work at the ground level in a factory authorized machine distributors and/or coffee roasters service dept & work your way up then hope/ask for a certified factory training after some time from the company. There are also a couple companys offering schools available through SCAA. Regardless, the only way to really get good is to polish your skills by doing service jobs every day on lots of different brand machines for a long time, rebuliding & modifying alot of machines & reading, researching & networking alot. Cheers! - Matt
At 2:19pm on February 1, 2009, Johnny Kemnitz said…
haha single or double spouts and on what type of portafilter?
At 12:41pm on January 29, 2009, nik orosi said…
hello, eli is my sons name too, and i find this name over the top...hope to see you somewhere...
At 3:29pm on January 22, 2009, Zechariah White said…
okay. you start.
At 3:40pm on January 9, 2009, Mike Spence said…
Hi Eli! Welcome to bX! If you ever have any POS questions, let me know.

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