Black Rifle Coffee Company’s newest Q grader, Megan Shields, breaks down the nuances of becoming the coffee world’s version of a sommelier.
Navy Cross recipient Chris Farias survived combat in the Helmand province, healed from broken bones, and joined BRCC after completing his active-duty service.
At the beginning of 2022, BRCC started their partnership with Skillbridge, a DOD-funded program designed to offer transitioning service members access to civilian work experience through a variety of industry-specific apprenticeships, internships, and training sessions during the last 180 days of their service. Mercedes Mele is one of the Airmen who took advantage of the opportunity and landed herself a full-time job at the BRCC at the end of her internship.
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and while gift guides are great, it’s also important to recognize all the great dads we have in our corner. Right here within the Black Rifle Coffee Company community, there are a ton of dads that deserve to be recognized. While I wish we could write about them all, here are just a few of the cool guys who hold the title of “dad.”
Creating a resume is never fun or easy, especially when you’re trying to translate military skills into something that’s appealing to the average civilian. Sometimes, reaching the point of no return is all it takes to come across a spark of genius.
Special Forces Soldier Turned Photojournalist Finds His Footing as Social Media Producer with Black Rifle Coffee Company
From Infantry soldier to Special Forces, journalism student to freelance reporter, Adam McCaw's journey to Black Rifle Coffee Company almost seems like a pre-planned adventure. This social media producer continues to prove he's comfortable stepping out of his comfort zone for an anything but ordinary work life experience.
From recording music to competitively gaming, Anthony Saldi stays busy. This Plano Outpost barista appreciates everything Black Rifle Coffee has to offer and puts his heart into his coffee, music, and video games.
Tucked away in the Smoky Mountains, one veteran splits his time between working at the Sevierville Black Rifle Coffee Company outpost and forging knives.