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  • Vinyl Swap Saturday, December 9th

    Vinyl Swap Saturday, December 9th

    Join us for our first Vinyl Swap event this Saturday, December 9th from 6-9pm! Record Krate Raleigh will be upstairs in the hive to share records and play some great music! Bring your own records to buy, sell and trade while enjoying a local NC craft beer on tap, hot dogs, panini sandwiches, coffee and time with friends! Beer on tap from Deep River, Brice's Brewing, Double Barley, Trophy Brewing and Bombshell. We are now on Untappd! Check-in and rate your beer in the app! Get new beer notifications and menu updates. Follow Record Krate: Facebook » Twitter » Instagram » Full...

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  • Now Pouring: Costa Rica Tarrazu Honey Process

    Now Pouring: Costa Rica Tarrazu Honey Process

    Enjoy our newest single origin coffee at the Coffee & Craft cafe! Our newest beans have arrived and we've roasted them to perfection! The Costa Rica Tarrazu is a Tirra Honey Process coffee with floral and apple notes and a pleasant acidity. We are now brewing this coffee daily in addition to our House Blend. Enjoy it as a pour over as well! Costa Rica Tarrazu Bean Bio: This light roasted Central American coffee from the Tarrazu region of Costa Rica is a Tirra Honey Process coffee from a small farm totaling 2 hectares. The Tarrazu region is nestled in the heart of Costa...

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  • Full Bloom Coffee & Craft Cafe Opening July 5, 2017

    Full Bloom Coffee & Craft Cafe Opening July 5, 2017

    The new Full Bloom Coffee & Craft cafe will officially be open for business Wednesday, July 5, 2017 from 7:00 am until 2:00 pm! The newly renovated cafe, located in Historic Downtown Garner, was originally the first bank of Garner established in 1910. The building underwent a full 2-year restoration into a small cafe with a custom bar area and full seating upstairs. The menu includes traditionally made coffee and espresso drinks, along with 4 signature drinks made with honey. Enjoy grilled panini sandwiches offered for breakfast and lunch such as the Ham and Cheese Croissant or Pear and Bacon Grilled Cheese....

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  • We're Hiring!

    We're Hiring!

    Do you love coffee? Are you an outgoing individual that works well with others? Do you enjoy meeting new people?  Full Bloom Coffee currently has two job openings. We are looking for baristas and wait staff to join our team in the Coffee & Craft cafe that will be opening up next month and also brand ambassadors for in-store demos and promotional events. Take a look at the job descriptions below and contact us if you are interested or are ready to apply. Brand Ambassador Needed for In-Store Demos & Promotional Events  Job Overview Full Bloom Coffee Roasters needs a...

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  • 141 W Main Street - Windows to the Future

    141 W Main Street - Windows to the Future

    Renovation Update - We're Almost Done! We wanted to get you up to speed on our progress! We should be open by the end of May, no later than the first week of June.  As we get closer to our opening date, we wanted to share more sneak peaks with you! We can't wait and are truly excited to be opening up a cafe on Main Street in historic  Downtown Garner! Since our last update in February, a lot more finishing work has been completed including window restorations, exterior painting, tile work, carpentry and the like. The major electrical, HVAC...

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  • Do you know where the expression 'cup of joe' comes from?

    Do you know where the expression 'cup of joe' comes from?

    Whether you call it 'Cup of Joe', 'Cuppa Joe' or 'Cup O' Joe' this commonly used phrase used to signify a cup of hot coffee has an enigmatic origin. Although it's not 100% certain, there are a few clues as to where this term originated from. Did you know that one of them actually has roots in North Carolina history?!  "Cup of Jamoke" - There is one theory that the term 'Cup of Joe' derived from this expression which was a shortened combination of the words 'java' and 'mocha'. This origin was given in a military officer's manual from 1931, around...

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