Our Story

In 2011, the dream of Huckleberry Roasters turned into a reality in Denver, CO. Today, it is owned by Koan Goedman and Jason Farrar, who are not only friends but also passionate about coffee. They share a fundamental belief that businesses should foster a collective culture and community by investing in people. Starting from Koan's humble garage, Huckleberry has evolved into a renowned coffee company with two retail cafes, a thriving network of national and international wholesale partners, and an exceptional team of employees. Affectionately known as HUCK by our staff and locals, we prioritize investing in people. This commitment extends to our producer partners, staff, guests, and the communities we serve. When we say "investing in people," it encompasses various aspects. In terms of coffee, HUCK is dedicated to building a sustainable business that prioritizes being a reliable roasting partner for smallholder farms and coffee co-ops we collaborate with. Beyond coffee, we strive to be a responsible company that actively supports local and global NGOs as well as community-based organizations, focusing on those who need assistance the most. We believe in fostering a healthy workplace where kindness and compassion prevail among strangers and co-workers. We also encourage finding a balance between work life and personal life. Above all, HUCK remains a diverse group of coffee enthusiasts who take pride in what they do. If you're seeking a delectable bag of coffee, you've come to the right place, and we won't disappoint you. If you're looking for a coffee company that envisions the bigger picture, welcome to the HUCK family. We firmly believe that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Let's raise our cups to that!

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Established
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2011
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