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Anchorhead Coffee Opening a Cafe in Downtown Seattle

It's the coffee company's first retail location.

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Duvall-based Anchorhead Coffee is headed to Seattle, opening its first retail location at the newly-renovated 1600 Seventh Avenue Building downtown.

The 1,000-square-foot cafe will help Anchorhead meet the growing demand for its whole bean coffee and bottled cold brew. Owners Mike Steiner and Jake Paulson concentrate on fair trade, organic, and non-GMO beans from around the world, with the sourcing, roasting, brewing, and bottling done in-house. The products are available at retail locations like QFC, Whole Foods, and PCC Natural Markets.

The retail location will serve Anchorhead's coffee, from espresso to bottled and cold brew on draft, plus beer and wine in the evenings. Construction is expected to begin in early 2016.

"At Anchorhead Coffee, we strive to make delicious, premium coffee that stands above the rest," said Anchorhead Coffee Co-Founder, Jake Paulson. "When we saw this location, we fell in love with the space. We believe it’s the perfect spot to expand our growing business and we look forward to opening our doors to the community."

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