Winans unveils new roaster


Winans owner Joe Reiser, far right, and Winans Coffee Roaster Brenda Cook, right, discuss the advantages of the company’s new roasting machine, “Lola,” during the ribbon-cutting for the new machine recently at their downtown Piqua headquarters. The machine uses one-third the energy while tripling the output of the old roasting machine. Co-owner Lori Reiser said that Winans has seen an increase in demand for their coffee grow from a little over 100 pounds per week to over 2,500 pounds per week.


Winans owner Joe Reiser, far right, and Winans Coffee Roaster Brenda Cook, right, discuss the advantages of the company’s new roasting machine, “Lola,” during the ribbon-cutting for the new machine recently at their downtown Piqua headquarters. The machine uses one-third the energy while tripling the output of the old roasting machine. Co-owner Lori Reiser said that Winans has seen an increase in demand for their coffee grow from a little over 100 pounds per week to over 2,500 pounds per week.

Winans owner Joe Reiser, far right, and Winans Coffee Roaster Brenda Cook, right, discuss the advantages of the company’s new roasting machine, “Lola,” during the ribbon-cutting for the new machine recently at their downtown Piqua headquarters. The machine uses one-third the energy while tripling the output of the old roasting machine. Co-owner Lori Reiser said that Winans has seen an increase in demand for their coffee grow from a little over 100 pounds per week to over 2,500 pounds per week.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/11/web1_102617mju_winans_roaster-1.jpgWinans owner Joe Reiser, far right, and Winans Coffee Roaster Brenda Cook, right, discuss the advantages of the company’s new roasting machine, “Lola,” during the ribbon-cutting for the new machine recently at their downtown Piqua headquarters. The machine uses one-third the energy while tripling the output of the old roasting machine. Co-owner Lori Reiser said that Winans has seen an increase in demand for their coffee grow from a little over 100 pounds per week to over 2,500 pounds per week.

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