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Indaba’s downtown shop features Modbar system

Indaba Coffee Bar and Roastery has opened a second location, becoming the second boutique coffee roaster in Eastern Washington to install a Modbar brewing system.

The first was Roast House earlier this spring. But, unlike Indaba, the wholesaler doesn’t sell coffee by the cup; it uses its Modbar for complimentary coffee cuppings and training.

The downtown Indaba is first in Eastern Washington to use the ultra-modern brewing system in a retail coffee-shop capacity. Current hours at the new coffee shop at 210 N. Howard St. are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Owner Bobby Enslow started Indaba in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood in 2009. Last year, the business began roasting its own beans.

While Indaba is a for-profit business, it partners with community organizations to fund meals for those in need and offer internships and job training for young people.

Find the new store on Facebook at www.facebook.com/indabadowntown. On the Web: indabacoffee.com.

Adriana Janovich

<em>adrianaj@spokesman.com, (509) 459-5446

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