Fireman’s Brew Coffee – 3 Alarm Blend & False Alarm Decaf

Though we can’t vouch for their coffee (we would love to review a bag or hear form any of you who have), the World Coffee Project™ team was intrigued by Fireman’s Brew and love how the company is caring for the families of fallen firefighters’.

Fireman’s Brew 3 Alarm Blend & False Alarm Blend

Founded by Los Angeles firefighter Rob Nowaczyk, Fireman’s Brew is a mean cup of coffee that is not for the faint of heart. This Coffee is dark roasted and made with 100 percent Arabica coffee beans from Costa Rica and Colombia. The 3 Alarm Blend is all you would expect from a cup roasted with firefighters in mind. This French Roast is made to kick start your day. The Fireman’s Brew also offers a decaf blend dubbed False Alarm Decaf, which is also roasted in the French tradition.

At the World Coffee Project™ we love the commitment Fireman’s Brew has to serving their community. We also love how Fireman’s Brew has established a relationship with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation in Emmitsburg, Maryland and helps aid them in their mission of honoring fallen firefighters by provide resources that assist their families. A portion of every sale Fireman’s Brew makes is donating to the foundation. The Fireman’s Brew also takes  part regularly in other fund raising events in the California area and beyond.

For you dark roast fans, purchasing a bag of Fireman’s Brew 3 Alarm Blend, could be a great way to give back to the firefighters that protect our communities. Visit them on the web at Fireman’s Brew Coffee or give them a call at 877-883-BREW and get your own bag today.

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  • Lynn Moore says:

    How amazing that these firefighters found a special way to care for families of fallen firefighters. Firefighters Day is observed September 10, and I have posted a comment on


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