This industrial style pour over stand is a beautiful addition to any coffee lovers brewing ritual. The two cup design allows you to brew more at one time but is balanced allowing for single use as well without fear of tipping. It fits a variety of brewing methods, including the Kalita Wave, V60, Bonmac, and Clever.
The sturdy construction uses iron pipping and sealed reclaimed pine wood allowing for easy cleaning with a warm rag. This design height fits most mugs.
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The back room of the store was designed to look like the merchant’s living space, offering a much more relaxed atmosphere. Vintage schoolhouse chairs around huge tables made from wind-fallen trees offer customers a comfortable place to work and socialize. It also features a large mural created by the artist Tommy Taylor, which references the New Orleans’ shipping heritage.
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Located at 22 Southwest Ninth St. in downtown Des Moines, this refurbished industrial building hides underneath an underpass and is fairly easy to miss on the outskirts of the city. But if you’re lucky enough to find a parking spot and wander in, it’s impossible to be disappointed.
Push open the heavy, refinished door with a brass handle, walk up a few creaking steps and underneath an old, hanging cathedral light and the building comes alive.
Old things from window panes to repainted shutters to fixed neon signs are ordered against the walls.
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