2018 Australian @aeropress
Championship - or as they called it, ‘An Aeropress Odyssey’! .
What an event! Met so many great people in the industry, observed so many great competitors doing their best for the prize.
It was crazy to see how a single coffee brewer that costs $40 and is only a decade old can have a huge impact on an industry around the world. There are regionals and nationals in every country you can/can’t think of, which proceeds to the World Championship which is Sydney this year at 17 Nov. .
Personally it was great to see the @its.a.vacation
crew cheer each other till they couldn’t scream anymore, and the little variations in technique everyone had. I barely knew anyone there but a double patty burger and a couple glasses of wine helps you ease into the crowd real well apparently.
Looking forward to possibly competing next year 🤞🏼Congratulations to the Winners🎊! A woman not even from Melbourne won this year by just having fun with it. Great to see this happening with this years Women in Coffee projects going on! Her Aeropress exploded in one of the rounds and she served a cup with grounds in it, and still is the Champ. Take that suckers! . 🥇@mrsisabellastorm
🥈David Sharp, the South Australia Regional AeroPress champion of Acacia
🥉Sangjin Park, a wildcard entrant
PS- How cool are those white decontamination suits!