Ground Control


A well-made pour-over can transform your day, but even the greatest baristas are inconsistent: just ask one to craft the exact same cup two times in a row. We dreamt up a process that is scientifically and chemically more attuned towards effective and precise extraction of coffee than any other brewer. Ground Control brews coffee in the most consistent, efficient and beautiful method possible.


After countless hours, some amazing and supportive early adopters, an incomprehensible amount of coffee consumption, and many, many refinements, we launched Ground Control in 2015. 


We are now recognized for producing exceptional batch coffee that many refer to as significantly and consistently exceeding the quality of a well-crafted pour-over. But don’t just take it from us; hear what our respected customers have to say!


The impact of our new chemistry-driven brewing philosophy is apparent in every component of Ground Control. These extraction and design innovations are what allow for 8-minute cold brew and iced latte concentrates brewed by the batch. 

Stay tuned. The Ground Control Crew is transforming coffee technology and driving customers to efficiency and business success... and we are just getting started!

Nov 23, 2021
Full time
$18.00 - $20.00 hourly
Ground Control
We are seeking an assembler to assist in building frames, sub-assemblies and the final assembly of our commercial coffee equipment.  Requirements: - Prior technical work using tools like screwdrivers and wrenches; examples include repair work, installation work, electrical or plumbing - Attention to detail and following processes - Quick learner and ability to learn and execute multiple tasks throughout the day - Self-starter that takes initiative and can work with limited supervison - Efficient and able to work at a quick pace to complete projects - Patience and enthusiasm to work with a team that's continually adjusting processes and procedures in order to see increased efficiency and quality Prior assembly and manufacturing work is preferred but not required.