New Cupping Tables

New cupping room, new cupping tables, and a new perspective on cupping coffee.

Free Presentation and Coffee!

Wicked Joe Coffee Company, Birds and Beans Coffee, Mid-Coast Audubon Society, and the Freeport Wild Bird Supply welcome you to a free presentation by naturalist and Pulitzer Prize finalist author Scott Weidensaul.

Businesses move forward to the future with reusable energy sources

In Topsham, Bob and Carmen Garver repurposed a 25,000-square-foot Navy commissary for the Wicked Joe Coffee roasting site. Photovoltaic panels on the roof power operations inside and as well as a charging station for the company's electric cars — an "energy efficiency showplace".

Wicked Orange Shaker

Creamy, frothy iced coffee mocktail goodness! Try this refreshing summer recipe.

Our New Digs Part 2 - Energy Efficiency Efforts

Our renovated facility in Topsham will be a coffee-roasting energy efficiency showplace...

Wicked Joe Poised for Wicked Expansion at Former Navy Commisary

It's immediately obvious that Bob and Carmen Garver eat, sleep, breathe, and obviously, drink coffee.

Wicked Joe Looks Ahead

Wicked Joe moves to its new location just over the river in Topsham in coming months. Busting out of the seams at the current location, the new space offers 25,000 square feet — 20,000 of which will be for roasting.

Iced Coffee Returns - Cold Brewing

We've had a peek at warmer temperatures, budding trees, and sunny skies here in Maine. Summer must be on its way, and with it comes the return of iced coffee!

Coffee Spotlight - Peru

It seems like we all go through ‘coffee phases’ here at the roastery.  We each have our favorite coffees that we fall back on, but as we do daily cuppings or brew an airpot to share, it inevitably happens that we find something interesting about a coffee that isn’t our usual go to.  Such is ...

Our New Digs: Part 1

You may have heard the news….Wicked Joe is moving!  No doubt it will be a bittersweet departure from our Brunswick location with it’s quirky character, daily views of the Androscoggin across the street, and ten years of memories.  Not to fret, though, we’re only moving a couple of miles away ...