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Why go digital with your coffee brewing system?

November 29, 2016


One of the shining beacons of the Curtis Brewers, when speaking not from a distributor perspective. But in listening to feedback from clients is the G4 digital coffee brewing system.


The industry’s most advanced digital technology has been on a UK wide tour with Curtis UK. Arguably, the best system on the market, customers cite its intuition and user friendliness as its key attributes.  It is also aesthetically pleasing thanks to the slick digital screen, which is all part of the experience.


Combined with the Curtis Gold Cup system, Generation 4 (G4) meets all the requirements of baristas and businesses. Especially when it comes to usability, sustainability and combining the nuances needed for speciality coffee alongside commercial practicality.


As a complete unit, you can plug it in easily without the need for an engineer. It is perfect for events; you can install it in largely any space.  It has a 5.6 litre boiler instead of a 4-litre standard, and it stands the test of time. 


The digital interface is also easy to use, so training is efficient and cost effective when considering the possibility of staff turnover in the industry.  In short, the G4 has everything you need. Whereas other similar brewers need specialist training and do not have such a seamless touchscreen, or are laborious to install.


The G4 and Curtis Gold Cup are examples of how Curtis listened to the requirements of the market and responded. Generation 4 is a design that future proofs businesses as much as possible.  It appeared on the scene in 2012 and is proving as relevant today as it was then. 


Many things go into the sustainability of a business, but reliability and quality are firm foundations on which to build an empire.




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