Freshly roasted beans pour out of the roaster.
A batch of dark roasted beans are put in large buckets and then hand packaged.
The Probat roaster.
Garrett rips open a new bag.
A fresh bucket of green coffee beans getting ready for the roasting process.
Garrett mans the roaster as a fresh batch of beans flow out.
New beans, fresh roast.
The soul of the roaster.
Beans are inserted into the top of the roaster and go through a long process of being charged and roasted.
Garrett explains how the machine works and qualities of the bean as he checks the bean during the roasting process.
Temperature and time are key in the roasting process.
After the beans are roasted, it falls into a tray where it quickly cooled down by a fan below that sucks the hot air down.
Black Owl Cafe is the in-house cafe at the KCC roasting facility.
A barista pours a cappuccino.
A lovely cappuccino with some foam art.
Skull top to mixer.
More foam art.
More coffee being prepared.
Black Owl Cafe offers their customers their very own custom made silver spoons to be used with coffee. You'll have your own spot behind the bar for everyone to admire.
Frothy milk for another cappuccino.
Mugs behind the bar.
Miscellaneous vintage bar and coffee tools.
The space is incredibly inviting if you're there for just a coffee or to work.
Vintage lantern decor.
Owl & Waldo.
Watching over the cafe.
The large warehouse style windows bring in a lot of light to the cafe.
A few customers enjoy their coffee as they work and study. The vintage decorated cafe brings in a very warm and easy ambience for anyone look for a low key environment.
A lot of the furniture is upcycled wood used in different elements of the bar inspired by Midwest barns.