In high school and college, Jake Brodsky spent his summers working at his brother’s coffee cart in their hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. Little did Brodsky know that he and his family would eventually launch a full-scale roasting operation in Denver, distributing beans to local shops and cities such as New York and Salt Lake City, Utah. This year, Novo Coffee—run by Brodsky and his father, and widely regarded as one of the top coffee roasters in Denver—celebrates a decade in business.
Novo Coffee has come a long way in the last decade. The once-fledging company is now a household name (at least in Denver) and it's commonplace to find it served at high-end coffeeshops and restaurants around town.
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