Pedal Power Brewing in Brooklyn

July 29, 2010 by

In an effort to reduce his carbon footprint while selling a great cup of joe, one city vendor is pedaling to peddle his wares. Kickstand, a Brooklyn, New York-based mobile coffee purveyor, uses bikes, not just for transportation, but also to provide a portion of the power used in brewing the coffee they serve.

“At Kickstand getting people outdoors and bringing them together over coffee is our primary goal.”

Wake up and smell the cappuccino. Kickstand will be in front of the indoor Artist & Fleas on N 6th between Bedford and Berry in Brooklyn all weekend long.


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