Issue 336 – December 2016 cover art

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Chilly weather is finally here, and the warming beverage on everyone’s mind is coffee. SLUG illustrator Brighton Ballard painted this month’s cover with watercolors, depicting a rosetta crowning a latte at the center. Such a tabletop setting is conducive for reading SLUG, and so is our most beloved of caffeinated beverages.

Evil Genius tour to SLC at Diabolical Records on Dec. 7, in support of their latest album, Bitter Human. Photo: Mike Lockwood
Photo: Cody Moore Photography
Jim Gaffigan tells audience members that he apprecites them coming out, but to not to try to convert him. Photo: Lmsorenson.net
(L–R) Manager WIlliam Lapthorne and Roaster Patrick Andrews have solidified their proprietary roasts as the sole coffees offered at Blue Copper Coffee Room.
(L–R) Alan Hebertson and Dieter Sellmair have nurtured Coffee Garden at 9th and 9th as a community space.
Photo: LmSorenson.net
Since Derek Belnap opened 3 Cups in Holladay, the coffee establishment has become a second home for many throughout the neighborhood.
Visit Jack Mormon Coffee at 82 N. E Street, Salt Lake City.
As Publik expands its Salt Lake presence, owner Missy Greis has helped to ensure that the coffee roasting company continues to uphold its founding mission and ethos.
(L–R) Caffe Ibis Director of Coffee Brandon Despain and Marcalina “Ina” Walu, chairwoman of the Kahgo Masa co-op, a Flores-based coffee farm from which Ibis sources.
Photo: Bob Plumb
Owner and operator John Piquet brews each cup of coffee to its unique place of perfection at Caffe D’Bolla.
Fellow Products’ Stagg-Kettle.
(L–R) Head Roaster Zach Amador, President Stacey Maxwell and CFO Steve Brewster underscore the freshness of their roasts at Millcreek Coffee.
Photo: Talyn Sherer
(L–R) Josh Rosenthal, Joe Evans and Levi Rogers are rounding out La Barba’s wholesale roasts and specialty delights.
(L–R) Nick Price and Meg Frampton brew coffee and espresso with adroit attention to each scientific detail at Three Pines Coffee.
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(L–R) Mark Wilson and Miguel Peterson help run Rimini Coffee with emphases on collaboration, approachability and a deep-rooted love for coffee.