In this episode of “Behind The Counter,” your host Andy Didorosi talks with Drifter Coffee Founder Alleah Webb about how she turned a 1971 Serro Scotty trailer into a coffee shop on wheels.
In this episode of “Behind The Counter,” we get to speak with Bethany Shorb, the founder of Cyberoptix Tie Lab. Bethany tells us about moving to Metro Detroit to study sculpture at Cranbrook Art Academy, becoming an website designer in the early days of the Internet and the creative journey that led her to creating a life and business in Detroit.
In the inaugural episode of “Behind The Counter” we sit down with Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Company Co-Owner James Cadariu and GLCRC’s former General Manager Andrew Hansen. We got to sample a few esoteric beverages and talk with James and Andrew about the evolution of Great Lakes and what it’s like to operate an upscale coffee shop and bar in Midtown.
When we launched The Detroit Bus Company back in 2012, we built our little company around one simple mission — helping people get where they needed to go. We bought a 17-year-old bus we named Bettis, and had a friend paint her up so she looked decent. We ran some routes and did the best we could, but we had a lot to learn.