Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

From farm to cup, celebrating coffee, the wine of the tropics.

Est. 1993, Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. has been part of the Fairbanks community for more than two decades. We roast coffee daily in-house and sell it by the pound and prepare a wide array of specialty coffee drinks. We specialize in Estate Varietals from around the world. We have a full bakery, producing made-from-scratch pastries and pizzas every day. A great place to meet friends, go out on a date, or even hold a business meeting. 


Thanksgiving Day
Nov
27
7:00 am07:00

Thanksgiving Day

We will be open 7am-2pm this Thanksgiving. We will be serving breakfast and coffee as usual, but Flatbreads will not be available. Stop by and grab a pound of coffee for your holiday event! We will resume normal hours Friday, November 28.

Our Museum Cafe will be closed November 27-30.

Join us Friday, November 28, at Birch Hill for the Turkey Day Relay, we will have our coffee cart inside the Ski Chalet and will be serving up coffee and cocoa starting at 10am. 

Jul
4
7:00 am07:00

Independence Day: Special Hours

We will be open for Independence Day! Come see us for coffee and treats before you head to that holiday BBQ! The drive-thru will be open regular hours (6am-2pm) and the cafe will be open 7am-3pm. Have a safe and wonderful 4th of July!

Jun
22
Jun 23

Midnight Sun Festival

No Fairbanks summer is complete without the Midnight Sun Festival, the biggest single-day event in Alaska. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Avenues will be closed to traffic and become pedestrian zone. The year 2014 will mark the festival’s 33rd year of bringing great food, great shopping and great people together in downtown Fairbanks.

We'll be there at booth number 544, serving up coffee and treats to keep you caffeinated while you shop! 

We'll be there at booth number 544, serving up coffee and treats to keep you caffeinated while you shop! 

Jun
9
4:00 pm16:00

Downtown Market

Come see us at the Downtown Market, in the Golden Heart Plaza, from 4-8pm this Monday and every Monday until the end of summer! We'll be serving up our amazing coffee while you browse all of the amazing local vendors! click here for more information: HERE

Mar
2
6:30 pm18:30

Jewish Film Festival: Commie Camp

COMMIE CAMP: Sunday, March 2, 5:00 pm at Alaska Coffee Roasting, Geist Rd.

In 2012, right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh publicized an expose by the libertarian organization Americans for Limited Government: President Obama’s nominee to head the Bureau of Labor Statistics had sent her kids to a Jewish summer camp with ‘Communist roots’ which ‘indoctrinates’ its campers with ‘extremist’ ideology. Comedian and filmmaker Katie Halper went to that very camp, Camp Kinderland, as did her mother and grandmother. Have they been brainwashed? Are the children attending camp today in danger? If so, can they be saved? There’s only one-way to find out–by going back to camp. Following four nine-years-olds 

Commie Camp reveals what really goes on at Kinderland. We watch the children learn how to debate problems facing the world, commemorate the Holocaust, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, play World Peace Olympics, and have the times of their lives! 

USA | 2013 | documentary| 81 minutes | information at http://www.commiecamp.com

Feb
23
5:00 pm17:00

Jewish Film Festival: When Comedy Went To School

WHEN COMEDY WENT TO SCHOOL: Sunday, February 23, 5:00 pm at the Alaska Coffee Roasting, Geist Rd.

Why are there so many Jewish comedians? When Comedy Went To School answers this question with an entertaining portrait of this country's greatest comics – the generation that includes the likes of Jerry Lewis, Sid Caesar, Jackie Mason, Mort Sahl, and Jerry Stiller, all of whom make appearances, telling jokes and telling their stories. The answer is also found in upstate New York's Catskill Mountains, aka the Borscht Belt, where Jewish immigrants transformed lush farmland into the 20th century's largest resort complex. Those Catskill hotels and bungalow colonies provided the setting for a remarkable group of young Jewish-American comedians to hone their craft and become worldwide legends. It was truly When Comedy Went to School. Guest speaker Rabbi Dov Gartenberg of Juneau will lead a discussion following the film. 

USA | 2012 | documentary | 83 minutes. | information and trailer at: www.whencomedywenttoschool.com