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The Chevy Chaser: Nate’s Coffee Leaving National Avenue
Nate’s Coffee is leaving its shared location with La Petite Délicat at 722 National Avenue.
Nate’s Coffee and La Petite Délicat had originally agreed to a five-year shared lease on the property, where Nate’s Coffee maintained a portion of the space to sell its locally roasted coffee products, however the lease has been terminated after less than a year at the request of La Petite Délicat. Read more at The Chevy Chaser
The Lane Report Strategic Partnership Drives Local Macaron and Coffee Shop
July 26, 2017
It’s hard to beat freshly roasted coffee and French macarons, but the combination of the two is surely one to please palates all over Central Kentucky. Lexington coffee roaster Nate’s Coffee and La Petite Délicat this summer joined forces at their new paired location in Lexington’s hip, growing Warehouse Block neighborhood… Read more at The Lane Report
Think Kentucky In a craft beer boom, breweries in Kentucky lift their industry and others
December 8, 2016
Near first light on an overcast December morning, chilly patrons awaiting a special brew formed a line from the packed parking lot at Country Boy Brewing in Lexington into its brimming taproom.
On paper plates they gathered biscuits and gravy, baked eggs, hash browns and cups of hot coffee before wedging themselves around crowded wooden-barrel tables or spilling onto the back porch.
A brewery bursting by 8 a.m. might seem abnormal but Country Boy makes it an annual extravaganza. Visit the bar, staffed by four fast-moving tenders, for a pint of the festivity’s central character, a rich charcoal-colored stout, brewed with Nate’s Coffee, the product of another local rising-star business… Read more at Think Kentucky
Brewer Magazine Brew Review
Since delving into the world of coffee infusion to help create one of his beers, Country Boy Brewing’s Nathan
Coppage likens his experience to something akin to what Kobe Bryant always did in the off-season. The soon to be NBA Hall of Famer would tackle something outside his comfort zone when not playing basketball, like line-dancing or playing soccer. Although on the outside it doesn’t look like what he was doing was for nothing more than fun, he felt that it helped his game in the NBA.
Coppage sees learning (‘geeking out,’ if we want to be hip) from the coffee roasting world has help his appreciation over the last two years while creating a winter seasonal called “Nate’s Coffee Stout” for the past four years. Let’s not confuse the Nates here. Coppage is the brewery’s co-founder and brewery manager. He works in collaboration for the beer with Nate Polly, who is the owner and operator of Nate’s Coffee… Read more at Brewer Magazine