While “brewing” in Bozeman usually brings to mind pints of handcrafted beer, local coffee roasters add their own meaning to the art of Montana brewing. Here are some of our favorites.
Ghost Town Coffee Roasters
Family-owned and roasting locally, Ghost Town Coffee Roasters focuses on creating organic and consistent coffee varieties. Ghost Town Coffee (formerly Crema Roasters) is brewed at the Co-op and can be found at all three Café M locations in Bozeman and Belgrade, Sola Café, and other grocery stores and cafés around southwest Montana. ghosttowncoffeeroasters.com.
Rockford Coffee Roasters
Found at two locations in Bozeman, Rockford Coffee Roasters has only one goal—a unique coffee experience you can “taste in every drink.” Rockford Coffee bars are located at the end of East Main and the beginning of West Main. rockfordcoffee.com.
Red Bird Coffee
Roasted with sustainability and responsibility in mind, Red Bird coffee can be found at Wild Joe’s, Great Harvest, and many other places around town. redbirdcoffee.com.
Yellowstone Coffee Company
With a passion for good coffee and concern for the people who grow it, Yellowstone Coffee Company offers an ethical approach to their roasting. It’s brewed locally at places like the Daily Coffee Bar. yellowstonecoffee.com.
International Coffee Traders
For eleven years, ICT has roasted its own version of green coffee beans. Their secret? Micro-roasting. Each variety of coffee is roasted in small batches to ensure distinct fullness of flavor. ICT is located near College and South 10th. intlcoffeetraders.com.