Columbus coffee roaster adding cold brew cans


Crimson Cup is bringing its sustainably sourced coffee to cans.

This weekend, the Columbus coffee roaster and retailer will release a canned cold brew made with direct trade Guatemala Antigua coffee.

The canned cold brew has been in development for a year, Greg Ubert, Crimson Cup's founder and president, said in a news release. The company has been experimenting with cold brew for years, including putting its creations on tap in its shops and other outlets around town, some even using the same…

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