Bru Coffee + Beer House

Happiness begins with Bru.

About Us

Located in the heart of Oliver, BRU is dedicated in bringing you exceptional coffee and beer in Edmonton. It makes sense – everybody drinks coffee, and everybody loves beer. Thats why we are proud to present you with the first of its kind – BRU Coffee and Beer House. 

 

Officially opened on September 2015, we pride ourselves in catering our customers with the best drinks possible. We pride ourselves in prioritizing quality products rather than local products.

We could go on and and tell you why our drinks are so great, but the only way sure way is for you to come down and give us a try. I am sure that we will be able to find something that you will like.

Update: we now have the Chemex and AeroPress specialty coffee makers in our store. You’re welcome to come down and try them!

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A look at our services and you will get an idea about the different kinds of offering that
we have on the table. 

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No Minimum Order

We understand the grave mistake about keeping a limit on fun, and thus you can order without following such rules.

Live Order Tracking

With the feature of order tracking, we give you the ability to look at your food as it reaches your mouth.

Lightning-Fast Delivery

As you look at your order, you may also realise that things are racing towards you in a matter of time.

Reviews

“Regardless of whatever you call it, I will always call it to be mouth-watering.”
Quentin J. Nurse
“The food is delighting and adapts well into the culture of being delicious.”
Cristina K. Humphrey

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Turkish Coffee

Things You Need to Know About Turkish Coffee

Unlike other Coffee, there is something different about Turkish Coffee, such that is has rendered a world status. Yes, that’s right. This particular cup of Coffee is quite famous and is known worldwide. Be it taste or the unique techniques of preparation; there are numerous aspects associated with the same. But once you read through all the points, you will understand that there is a lot more to this Coffee than what meets the eye. Right from its origin to its taste, you need to look deeper into such points, since its rakes up points of curiosity. Hence, here are all the things that you need to know about Turkish Coffee.

The Past

If one has to read about the history behind the Turkish Coffee, then you need to ride back into 1555. Two Syrian traders are responsible for everything, and by the mid-17th century, it managed to become an essential part of the Ottoman Court’s ceremonies. This was considered to be special since the court remained to be one of the highest places of power. Through time, this Coffee began to play a huge role during all functions, and that included marriages. This ritual is present even in the 21st century, as Turkish Coffee is served during marriages.

The Making

There is a unique mode of style that goes into the making of a Turkish Coffee. Unlike other cups of Coffee, Turkish Coffee requires a cezve, small pot among others. To begin things, you need the right combination of water and two teaspoons of Coffee. Soon after that, you need to add sugar into the cezve, and the quantity depends upon how you want your Coffee to be. As the Coffee boils, you need to let the foam heat up. Since foam plays an important role in this preparation, you should make sure that your Coffee has a lot of the same. But if your end result comes without foam, then you can no longer call it Turkish Coffee.

The First

Did the preparation of Turkish Coffee make you wonder all about how it was prepared first? If the answer is yes, then you need to understand that the sole reason lies in the Tahtakale neighbourhood in Eminonu around five centuries back. Due to the absence of technology and other such aspects, coffee houses became the primary source of social life for people. Through time, as people evolved, they brought about that evolution to the Turkish Coffee, and things were never quite the same. Due to all this, Turkish Coffee was inscribed in 2013 into UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage List. This was indeed a proud moment for people who have considered it to be a massive part of their culture.