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Heine Brothers’ Plans to Open New LouisvilleKY Store on June 1

Fair Trade and Organic Roaster has transformed building near Mid City Mall   LOUISVILLE, Ky. –Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Louisville’s original fair trade and organic coffee roaster, is soon ready to relocate its café at the corner of Bardstown Rd. and Longest Ave. to a larger building in front of Mid-City Mall at 1250 Bardstown Rd, just a stone’s throw away.  Heine Brothers’ expects to close the old location on Thursday, May 31, at 11:00 AM. Pending a few final inspections, the new location will open for regular business hours on Friday, June 1 at 6:00 a.m. “Our customers have been asking for more space, so…

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LouisvilleKY’s Heine Brothers’ Relocating Café at Bardstown Rd. and Longest Ave.

Fair Trade and Organic Roaster to transform building near Mid City Mall   LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (January 23, 2018)—Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Louisville’s original fair trade and organic coffee roaster, announced today that it will be deepening its roots in the Highlands neighborhood this spring.  The company will be relocating its café at 1295 Bardstown Rd. at Longest Ave. to a larger building in front of Mid-City Mall at 1250 Bardstown Rd, just a stone’s throw away. “Our customers have been asking for more seating and parking for a while now, so the move just makes a lot of sense,” said Heine Brothers’ President…

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Heine Brothers’ shifting Louisville Ky HQ to Portland

Heine Brothers’ Coffee Brewing Up Portland Warehouse District Revitalization Growing coffee roaster to open new corporate offices, roastery, warehouse, and training center. Louisville, KY (April 18, 2016) – Heine Brothers’ Coffee announced today that it is making a major redevelopment move in the important historic Louisville neighborhood becoming known as the Portland Warehouse District. In an expansion of operations, the 13 store organic and fair trade coffee company will soon begin renovating a more than 100 year old building at 1301 W. Main St.  The 40,000 square foot building, which boasts an additional 40,000 square feet of basement space on the…

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Forget Black Friday! Shop local in Louisville Ky this Saturday and maybe win some money

LIBA Launches HoLOUdays Contest, Winner Will Receive a $1,000 Local Shopping Spree Louisville, KY – The Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA), an alliance of over 750 locally owned and independent businesses, will launch its 8th annual Buy Local, Win $1000: hoLOUdays Contest (formerly Shift Your Shopping). The purpose of the contest is to encourage shoppers to choose local and independent businesses for their holiday purchases, because making a shift to local independents is one of the fastest ways to build a strong local economy and create jobs in our community. So, while buying gifts for loved ones this season, Louisvillians…

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Gary Heine Moves On, No Refill.

The post on his Facebook page, Nov. 14 was straightforward and gracious. Today I’m leaving Heine Brothers’ Coffee after 19 incredible years in the coffee business. My business partner, Mike, our amazing staff and customers will continue the business. I wanted to thank you all for helping make my life so awesome – I love to get up in the morning! I’m deeply grateful for my life and the opportunity to cocreate with you this magical company that is changing this community and the world, every day, one small step at a time. I look forward to continue living in…

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Louisville Bike to Work Profile: Meet one brave bicycling barista

The confident 25 year old observed that many Louisville motorists haven’t yet caught on to the emergence of more bikes on the roads. “At the same time,” she added, “bad bikers give us all a bad name” by doing things like riding on sidewalks into crosswalks and generally ignoring traffic laws.

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Let’s Talk TEDx!

Boy-O-Boy, TEDx Manhattan made a huge splash in Louisville. More than 300 people were in attendance for the local event hosted by Grasshoppers Distribution this past Saturday at Bellarmine University. The event was kicked off with a welcome by co-sponsor and hostess, Emily Bingham. She and her husband, Stephen Reilly were the force behind bringing TEDx Manhattan to Louisville. Stephen was in attendance in New York and was asked to speak about Louisville and our local food movement. Master of Ceremonies and Chief Organizer, Caroline Heine, of Heine Brothers Coffee, did a fantastic job helping the crowd transition throughout the…