Coffee Roasters celebrates award

Artist Eric Haerr created a colorful announcement on the sidewalk in front of Bird Rock Coffee Roasters on Saturday to help them celebrate their 2012 Micro Roaster of the Year award from Roast Magazine. The magazine noted that Chuck Patton’s Bird Rock business has quickly evolved from a novice operation to one of the most respected artisan roasters in the San Diego region.

Eric Haerr draws on the sidewalk in front of Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. Photos by Pearl Preis

Chalk art by Eric Haerr proclaims the award.

Chuck Patton, Celia Sepulveda and Joe Parker

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