In the summer of 1990, we drove our church bus to Montana with a mission to share the growing specialty coffee culture and to find a community where we could raise a family. That community was Bozeman, and at a mile high up on Quinn Creek, we built a one-room cabin with a Diedrich 3-Kilo roaster in it, and Yellowstone Coffee Roasters was born.

Now we roast coffee on a 15-acre homestead where, in 1806, Sacajawea led William Clark across the high meadows of Bozeman Pass. Though Montana and the rest of the world continue to change, our passion and simple approach to coffee has remained consistent: we roast each coffee to its own unique profile by sight and smell, the traditional way. Our goal is to craft the very best cup of coffee you’ll ever taste, every time.