IT'S BACK: The Pablo's Pancake Breakfast

After a 3 year hiatus, our ever-popular Pancake Breakfast is back, this time with a little help from our across the street neighbors Brothers' BBQ!  In years past, this popular event has brought hundreds of people together in a spirit of community, charity, and the mass consumption of pancakes.

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The Seraphim

We have had some big changes over at our 6th and Washington location in the past few weeks. If it seemed like an overnight remodel to some of our customers, that’s because it was! Our dedicated staff and friends of Pablo’s pulled an all-nighter to install new shelving, countertops, and refrigerator behind the counter. While aesthetics are important to us, the impetus behind the change was the addition a of new single-batch brewer that we absolutely love: the Curtis Seraphim.

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Patio Expansion

Tulips are blooming, birds are chirping, and crop tops are out in full force all over Denver. Spring has officially arrived and we have prepared at Pablo's Coffee. We have increased our iced coffee production and have enjoyed keeping the doors open - it almost feels like we work outside!

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ConeCut Print Show

If you are around Denver tonight and looking for something to do then you should head over to our Pennsylvania location to check out the new art show organized by our very own, Emily Moyer. An art opening will be held tonight from 4 to 7 at the Penn street store where you can mingle with some of the amazing artists who collaborated on the show. The artists included in the show are Frank Kwiatkowski, Moeh Haywood, J. PARTYLORD, Erin McMillin, Pickle, Kate Dedlow, and Emily Moyer.

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New Ethiopia!

The Ethiopian coffee lover is perhaps the most loyal of all coffee fans. If you like Ethiopian coffee there isn't nothing else quite like it. Perhaps it stems from Ethiopia being the suspected orgin of coffee, but this African country produces some of the best coffee in the world. The good news is we have a brand new Ethiopian coffee ready for your consumption. We are selling it online and in our stores, so you can enjoy it from a distance or right here in Denver. 

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Tasting Coffee like a Pro

How can strawberries & cream, Sour Patch Kids, and Concord grapes possibly describe a coffee? Doesn’t coffee just taste like - well, coffee? Similar to wine, a whole range of factors affect the taste of coffee. The soil, the altitude, the growing practices, the variety of plant, and how it is processed can all dramatically change the taste of coffee before we even get our hands on it. Prior to us selling a coffee in our stores we cup several beans before picking our favorites.
 

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Check out our new video!

Recently, our boss man Craig Conner sat down and gave some insight into what it means to run a coffee business, and a look at some of the philosophy behind Pablo's Coffee.  Check it out!

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Throwdown Success

We are happy to report that last week we hosted our first Latte Art Throwdown and it was a total success! For those of you who don’t know what a coffee competition looks like, we had 18 competitors from different coffee shops who were judged by a panel of 3 coffee experts on the quality of their latte art. It was great to get together with baristas from all around town and cheer on our friends.

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Coffee Education

     Coffee is ever-evolving and, as one of the most cherished commodities in the world, there remains an abundance to learn. As consumers and lovers of coffee our preferences have been rapidly changing too, and it seems like every year a new coffee shop crops up with passionate employees chasing down the perfect cup of coffee.  Most of us remember our parents (or younger selves) drinking simple brew coffee or even instant, but these days the average person might have a pour-over, scale, burr grinder, and gooseneck kettle to get the day started.

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Latte Art Throwdown - Feb 11 !!

Pablo's is hosting our first ever Latte Art Throwdown - Pour Your Heart Out.  We look forward to hanging out with our barista compatriots from the Denver community, enjoying some Great Divide ales, and engaging in some good old fashioned friendly competition.  Since we're new to this, we're limiting participation to 16 contestants, and the buy-in is $5 - winner takes all!  Additionally there will be some baller prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, and all competitors will take home a gift bag!

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