Elise Eimer

Elise Eimer
Elise Eimer is the Digital Content Specialist for the Missouri Division of Tourism. A true foodie at heart, Elise is your go-to person for all things health and fitness related in Missouri.

Missouri Coffee Roasters: Brick and Mortar Coffee in Springfield

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Brick & Mortar focuses on the art of coffee. They believe in the foundation of what it takes to roast a great batch and craft a great cup of coffee. The team at Brick & Mortar helps build relationships in the community by sharing the knowledge and tools it takes to enjoy great coffee in your own shop or at …

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Missouri Coffee Roasters: Fretboard Coffee in Columbia

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At Fretboard Coffee it is all about the beans. Not many coffee roasters can say all of their beans are fair-trade certified, at Fretboard all batches are original and hand-crafted from the best coffee “berries” around the world. Dave Elman began his business in Brooklyn, NY, inspired by what he loves most, “rockin’ and roastin.” By the time he moved …

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Missouri Coffee Roaters: Sump Coffee in St. Louis

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Scott Carey at Sump Coffee is a trailblazer in the coffee industry. Focusing on the purity of the cup, Sump has mastered the roasting process, creating the purest brew. Along with the roasts, Scott displays the most in-season beans available and makes sure his customers know exactly what they are getting and where it is from. Scott holds a masters …

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Missouri Coffee Roasters: Parengo Coffee in Sikeston

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Colby Williams, owner and roaster at Parengo Coffee, is a jack of all trades in the Sikeston area. Not only does he roast the regions best coffee, but is he also key player in the community. At the roasterie and café, customers are able to “pay-it-forward” by purchasing a specific or general cup of coffee for a local townsperson in …

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Missouri Coffee Roasters: The Roasterie in Kansas City

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For your morning roast or afternoon pick-me up, stop by The Roasterie Air Roasted Coffee in Kansas City for the perfect brew. The Roasterie displays a DC-3 airplane that flies above the KC skyline. The DC-3 symbolizes the exploration of the world’s best coffee beans, the air-roasting process and the history of aviation in Kansas City. The Roasterie offers apparel, …

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Crafted in Missouri: Public House Brewing Company

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Located in the southeast region of Missouri, Public House Brewing Company started from humble beginnings in Josh Stacy’s garage. When Stacy and Josh Goodridge, who have been best friends since junior high, saw the chance to bring their award-winning beer recipes to the general public, they jumped. A unique brewery for Missouri and the country, Public House has two very …

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Crafted in Missouri: Logboat Brewing Company

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Created out of a love for the outdoors, “weirdness” and fun, Logboat Brewing Company in Columbia is THE place for young professionals, college students, dog lovers, families, and retirees alike to hang out and enjoy a cold craft brew. There is a vibe at Logboat that you don’t find everywhere; a vibe that says “we don’t take ourselves too seriously, …

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Crafted in Missouri: Kansas City Bier Company

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Kansas City has always been known for great beer, but until recently has been a one-brewery-town, Boulevard Brewery being the reigning king. One brewery that has popped up in the last few years that is making huge strides in bringing KC a little something different is Kansas City Bier Company. Located in the south city neighborhood of Waldo, KC Bier …

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Along the Katy Trail: Sedalia

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It’s a milestone month in Missouri, as the Show-Me State’s Katy Trail celebrates its 25th anniversary. To commemorate one of Missouri’s most-popular outdoor attractions, we’re taking you across the trail, from east to west, and visiting several trailhead cities. Let’s check out Sedalia, home to the Missouri State Fair, world-class art and historic architecture. Where to Stay In downtown Sedalia, …

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Along the Katy Trail: St. Charles

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It’s a milestone month in Missouri, as the Show-Me State’s popular Katy Trail celebrates its 25th anniversary. To commemorate one of Missouri’s most-popular outdoor attractions, we’re taking you across the trail, from east to west, and visiting several trailhead cities on the trek. The Katy Trail system starts in Machens (30 minutes north of St. Louis) and ends in Clinton, …

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