Joyride Coffee Distributors Caffeinate The Tech Wave, From NYC To SF
If coffee is a religion—the almighty bean its God, the crema-topped espresso its daily miracle, and the ever-proliferating specialty cafes of the world its churches, then Joyride Coffee Distributors is a merry band of missionaries, self-appointed with the task of spreading the good word to the heathens of office coffee culture.
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This start-up is trying to make office coffee cool again
Joyride Coffee Distributors was founded in late 2011 by brothers David, Noah, and Adam Belanich, who started selling coffee and frozen yogurt from a Stumptown Coffee Truck in downtown Manhattan. Within a year, they brewed up a bigger idea for Joyride.
Seeing an opportunity to revitalize typical office coffee pots and packets, which they contend leave much to be desired, the brothers sought to bring high-quality artisan coffees like Blue Bottle, Stumptown and Joe Coffee directly to the break rooms and kitchens of New York offices.
Fast Company - Joyride Coffee
THE MULTIMILLION DOLLAR QUEST TO BREW THE PERFECT CUP OF COFFEE
COFFEE CRUSADERS, BACKED BY CAFFEINE-BUZZED VENTURE CAPITALISTS, ARE TAKING AIM AT STARBUCKS WITH A $7 CUP OF JOE. AND YOU MIGHT EVEN CONSIDER BUYING IT.
Good Morning America - Joyride Coffee
Joyride Coffee Distributors featured on Good Morning America Live. Joyride on GMA
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Tamron Hall serves up a cup of joe to Al Roker from a coffee keg produced by Joyride Coffee. "Where's my $1000 tip?" she jokes.
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Goodbye, K-Cups. So long, afternoon Starbucks runs.
The latest trend to hit New York offices is the iced coffee keg — an idea pioneered by Queens-based Joyride Coffee Distributors.
From startups to fashion, law firms to finance, more and more New York companies are rethinking the water cooler — and are abuzz with the company’s cold-brew keg delivery, one of the few of its kind to exist.
Wall Street Journal - Joyride Coffee
David Belanich and his brothers Adam and Noah wanted to get into the business of selling food from a truck. Then they figured out there was an even better way to give their customers what they wanted.
Yahoo Food - Joyride Coffee
There’s nothing quite like an edible job perk. The Google kids glug sparkling water to their hearts’ content. Facebook employees chow down on free fancy lunches such as lemongrass-beef rice noodle bowls and grilled chicken tikka. Here at Yahoo, we also get free lunch (there is such a thing!) but a new arrival at Twitter, Buzzfeed, Gilt, and Gawker is inspiring workplace envy—kegerators of iced coffee.
Barista Magazine - Joyride Coffee
Enter Joyride. Started by three brothers in New York as the city’s first mobile coffee truck, Noah, Adam, and David Belanich served Stumptown Coffee all around town for a while before deciding to do something about their customers’ number one comment, which was that they wished they could get coffee that good at their offices.
The Huffington Post - Joyride Coffee
The founders of Joyride Coffee, who happen to be three brothers, join HuffPost Live to discuss entrepreneurship, what makes a great cup of coffee, and, naturally, iced coffee kegs.
Forbes - Joyride Coffee
The sibling pioneers of the iced coffee kegerator are expanding their “craft on draft” operations to iced tea and kombucha. Nearly 600 offices use their Joyride machines, eliminating K-cup waste.
Business Insider - Joyride Coffee
Joyride Coffee has made a name for itself delivering high-quality coffee beans and brewing equipment to dozens of New York City-based startups, like Twitter, Foursquare, Buzzfeed, and Gilt Groupe, just to name a few.
Bloomberg News - Joyride Coffee
Adam Belanich is a co-founder of Joyride Coffee in Woodside, N.Y., which distributes premium coffee to offices. Marc Merza, Joyride’s head brewer, oversees the company’s cold-brew process.
Town & Country - Joyride Coffee
Joyride Coffee, which provides companies with five-gallon kegs and iced coffee on tap, is the secret weapon powering the tech world's most well-caffeinated offices.
Fox Business - Joyride Coffee
Joyride founder David Belanich on the new coffee keg trend.