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Vestrahorn, Iceland

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An exceptionally fresh interpretation of the classic French press, this 'less-is-more' countertop coffee maker marries the vintage Italian moka pot with Scandinavian minimalist design to bring you one damn fine cup of brew that is full-bodied and richly flavored. Complete with an ergonomic handle, this beautiful creature from Stelton is a dream to use, and a pleasure on the eyes. Available below in White, Stainless Steel, and Black.

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On a cold, breezy morning in March 2017, I found myself shivering in a half-empty parking lot outside the entrance to the century-old Schmidt brewery in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The brick-walled landmark appeared abandoned. Beer hasn’t flowed through its industrial arteries since 2002, when brewing ceased permanently. Its whitewashed grain silos were yellowed and rust-stained; the chimney stack that once billowed fragrant, hops-scented steam had been capped. But a rebirth was underway here, one that has nothing to do with cheap lager. It was happening inside an empty 85,000-square-foot warehouse once used for storing kegs. That’s where I stood waiting for Fred Haberman, the then 51-year-old cofounder of Urban Organics, who pulled up in a black Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid.

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