Today being the launch date of BRCC’s Coffee or Die Online Magazine, we thought it only appropriate to remind everyone of this.
Last year our nomadic femme fotographer fatale Sara Liberte caught up with Veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company at Sturgis. Here’s the interview.
Black Rifle Coffee Company imports their coffee beans from Columbia and Brazil, then blend and roast their coffee every day. Currently, you can only get their coffee from their website, but they say their turnaround time is pretty fast, and who knows maybe they’ll eventually have retailers you can hit locally. Check ’em out and order some coffee.
Need something from which to drink the Nectar of the Gods? Check out Norseman’s review of the Camelbak Forge.
According to the interview, they plan to be back at Sturgis, this year, and on a bike. Sturgis begins on August 3rd and lasts through the 12th; check out all the details.
For more motorcycle therapy, check out Sara Liberte’s article on the Veteran’s Charity Ride.
You probably oughta check out Coffee Or Die too.
We did you guys a solid, gonna save you some money on some CFF stoke.
Why come to visit our double secret closed and private discussion group? Because of the Morningwood Bazaar and the conversation, obviously.
Disclaimer: We are not endorsing Nancy’s Squat & Gobble, nor do the opinions therein reflect those of the entire Breach-Bang-Clear staff. That said, while Nancy’s is indeed a shady place, only a few people have actually gotten food poisoning there, and most of the girls have all their teeth. The one-legged bartender really does make a mean Old Fashioned, and if you ask nicely she’ll even do it with burnt rosemary smoke.