Stronghold roasters

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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Chert
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#1: Post by Chert »

The ROEST is very attractive.

Now someone (please) post an information thread on the Stronghold S7 - I don't know enough to do so.

And @drgary I volunteer you to test one for Team HB and the upgradeitis-afflicted home roasters out there.

Moderator note: Split from Making the ROEST (100g and 3kg) [VIDEO]
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drgary
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#2: Post by drgary »

:lol: I could host the thing while you figure it out and write it up.
Gary
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What I WOULD do for a good cup of coffee!

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#3: Post by Capuchin Monk »

Chert wrote:Stronghold S7
More out there. :!:
As for their S9X roaster, maybe they should edit the marketing image of automated chaff processor. :shock:

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#4: Post by Capuchin Monk »

Chert wrote:Now someone (please) post an information thread on the Stronghold S7 - I don't know enough to do so.
DenisSabou wrote:similar to Tim Wendelboe for Europe or Sey for US.
I noticed that he did a video on Stronghold S7 Pro X roaster.

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#5: Post by Capuchin Monk »

Another video for Stronghold roaster. This one is done for filter brew. Controlling conduction, convection and radiant heat sources sound interesting.