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puck structures

Postby nick on Sat May 02, 2009 7:44 pm

We were having some fun with spent pucks this weekend, sort of inspired by wanting to do something silly for our final three days of murky coffee. It'd be fun to see other shops build some inspired puck-sculptures. This was Friday and most of Saturday's worth of spent pucks. Finished Saturday at just over 700 so far.

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I know that folks have done stuff like this before, but it'd be funny to see the limits pushed.
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Re: puck structures

Postby xristrettox on Sat May 02, 2009 9:19 pm

updosed double ridgeless baskets?
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Re: puck structures

Postby Andy Schecter on Sun May 03, 2009 2:16 am

nick wrote:final three days of murky coffee.


:-(
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Re: puck structures

Postby phaelon56 on Mon May 04, 2009 4:48 am

Andy Schecter wrote:
nick wrote:final three days of murky coffee.


:-(


The mystery of Wreckiing Ball soon to be revealed?


Perhaps Nick will fill us in on the details. Nick?
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Re: puck structures

Postby nick on Mon May 04, 2009 5:38 am

There's been no mystery. Everything's been up-to-date on murkycoffee.com. Yesterday was our last day.

New shop will hopefully be open by the end of the month. Won't be called "Wrecking Ball," won't be called "murky." Still working on that.

It's a nice space, about 1500 sq ft. Long espresso bar with two espresso stations side-by-side.

Too bad there'll be no CoffeeFest DC next year... it would've been a fun party, and this shop is about 4 blocks from the DC convention center.

Anyway, I posted a few pics a while ago on my Flickr page.
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