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Pull Caffe’s coffee roaster in Yacolt is officially the oldest of its kind

Probat roaster was likely built in 1896, shipped from Serbia

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: January 6, 2024, 6:10am
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A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt.
A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt. (Photo contributed by Todd Millar) Photo Gallery

An old German coffee roaster machine in Yacolt was acknowledged in December as the oldest of its kind by world-renowned manufacturer Probat.

In April, a team of executives and engineers from Probat visited Pull Caffe’s roaster, owned by Todd and Mary Millar, at 33111 N.E. 236th St., in remote Yacolt.

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