We love coffee, and we love people. So we decided to start an office coffee service.

Well, sort of. In many ways, it really is that simple. But it leaves a few things out. Like the fact that our team shares a combined experience of over 30 years in office coffee and water service. And that during that time, we decided that we wanted to do things a little differently. 

We take great pride in each relationship we’ve built over the years because it makes our work so much more than a transaction. We want to get to know you. We want to know what your needs are. We want to know how you like your coffee – with cream and sugar or are you hard core black? We want to know what your favorite coffee mug says, who the office tea drinker is and what that guy Bob –- who is always in the break room – eats for lunch.

As part of the BREWED family, we also want you to have a phenomenal experience. I mean, after all, that’s why you're here, right? 

Strong partnerships are the cornerstone of our business, and that includes the relationships we share with our local coffee roasters.  As our company has grown, so have our priorities. And while we can sell you most any major brand coffee, we’ve chosen to focus our time and energy on local roasters who not only have a passion for what they do, but have made it their mission to form direct relationships with the farmers who grow our beans. This helps support community development such as schools, roads and other infrastructure and creates sustainable farming practices throughout the world. 

That partnership also means on-the-call ordering for you – which means your coffee is freshly roasted, just for you and delivered within days of ordering. 

We want to be an exceptional partner in all of your office coffee and break room needs – and that’s why we don’t require contracts or anything else that's going to make you feel like you don't have choices. We're here to provide you the very best service - and the highest quality products - and no body should need a contract for that. 

We're in it for the long haul, and we're sure you will be too.

 A Mayan coffee harvester hand-selects cherries in Antigua, Guatemala.

A Mayan coffee harvester hand-selects cherries in Antigua, Guatemala.

 Cherries, the fruit of the coffee plant, ripen at Finca Carolina, a farm in Chinchina, Colombia.

Cherries, the fruit of the coffee plant, ripen at Finca Carolina, a farm in Chinchina, Colombia.