Liverpool coffee connoisseurs Press Bros. Coffee are spreading their wings once more with a brand new pop-up coming to experiential and events venue PINS Social Club.
Located on Duke Street, the three-storey PINS, which includes twelve bowling lanes, a games room, vast rooftop bar and several events spaces approached brothers Oliver and Tito Press, Directors of Press Bros. Coffee when they started on a plan to update their ground floor area during the Summer.
Explaining the changes to the venue and newly formed partnership, co-founder of PINS, Daniel Gillbanks said:
“As we looked towards Autumn we were keen to do more with PINS ground floor where the main Reception and our Diner were located.”
“We felt that more of a hotel-style Lobby was needed to make more of the space, where guests can spend some dwell time, feel comfortable working by day or simply socialise in the evening. A coffee offer was essential in delivering this and partnering with the guys at Press Bros. was a no-brainer.”
Embarking on the transformational works, Daniel, Oliver and Tito devised a concept where the two companies would collaborate on a fresh new concept.
“Oli and I both instinctively share a love of delivering a quality product, whether it’s an expertly made coffee or a giving guests a memorable night out – the standards we aspire to are the same, and makes a very exciting dynamic.” Daniel said.
Works on PINS Lobby are currently being completed and Press Bros. Coffee will be in residence with a slick, white La Marzocco FB80 coffee machine at the heart of the operation.
Offering a range of hot and cold drinks daily, house coffee is Press Bros. Coffee’s own blend developed by local legends Neighbourhood Coffee.
Comprised of 50% Brazilian Possess Natural, which gives a chocolatey base, the remaining 30% Rwanda Inzovu and 20% Ethiopian Konga Natural both add some fruity, jammy tones.
The pop-up will also carry some of the guest roasts found in the Lark Lane shop; whilst specialist tea is by Tea Drop.
There will also be a retail element where coffee and tea is available to buy by the bag as well as merchandise from both Press Bros. Coffee and PINS.
Speaking about the PINS pop up, Press Bros. Coffee’s Oliver Press commented:
“We are always up for a new adventure, so when Dan asked us if we wanted to open a pop-up coffee shop in PINS we were buzzing. We think PINS Lobby is a very cool space, so bringing a mini Press Bros. vibe to the space will be a boss collaboration we think. It is exciting that we are getting an opportunity to dip our toes into L1 and see some faces we might not get to see South of the city!”
Press Bros. Coffee Pop-Up at PINS launches Thursday October 27 and PINS Lobby is open daily from 8am Monday-Friday and from 9am Saturday and Sunday.
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