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Stocking Mill Coffee Name and Mission.

Stocking Mill Coffee Name and Mission.

     23 August 1777, a sunny day in Glastonbury, Ct, along the north side of Roaring Brook. 

     There sat the Stocking Mill Gunpowder factory. The mill was run by George Stocking Sr. and his four sons, George Jr., Hezekiah, Nathaniel and Elisha, and supplied gunpowder for George Washington's Continental Army. The factory produced a highly explosive powder used in small amounts to ignite a heavier powder in flintlock firearms. 

     They made the gunpowder using a mixture of charcoal, potash and sulfur, Eunice Cobb Stocking, George Stocking Sr.'s wife, helped deliver it to the outskirts of Boston or New York City. Eunice was returning from Massachusetts through Bolton Notch when the ground shook and a large, black cloud rose in the distance. Eunice rushed to the mill. When she arrived, she found her husband, George Jr., Hezekiah, Nathaniel and two other workers dead from an explosion at the factory. Her remaining son, Elisha, had been on an errand and survived.            

      She enlisted some financial help, built the factory up again and continued to supply gunpowder for the Army until the end of the war.

      This story inspired us so much we decided to name our coffee company after it. Our nation was fighting for it’s independence and gun powder is something our army desperately needed. She lost almost her entire family fighting for freedom. She delivered the gunpowder in what were known as “Angel Carts”. It was a dangerous job. She however took over the whole operation and rebuilt. She didn’t let sorrow, anger, or even fear defeat her.  Our freedom is a product of her actions and many others like hers. For this we are thankful.

     Many companies now make stands for issues that are being dealt with today. They use their resources and voices to bring attention and help fix whatever issue they are taking on. We commend that. 

     We have decided to do same. We already try to use our resources to help the veteran community and will continue to do so. But our focus will be on freedom. Freedom is the one word and one thing that makes any change possible. Freedom is what sets America apart and is what will keep America ahead.

     Work hard in your community to support freedom. It starts at home. Connect with others that support freedom. Stop spending money or resources on companies or areas that don’t promote freedom. Take care of your family. Raise your kids in the admonition of the Lord and with an appreciation for what we have here. Lead by example. 

     Whatever you do, wherever you go, be kind yet serious, and when you get there....arrive violently.

- The Bean Team


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Duane L Rife - November 22, 2020

Can you tell use where you’re out of?

Kay Millman - November 22, 2020

I tossed all my Black rifle t-shirts . Do you sell patriotic apparel?

Mike - November 22, 2020

I am very much looking forward to a long-term relationship with a patriot-friendly coffee company.

S. Moniz - November 22, 2020
Just bought two packages of your coffee. Was a loyal customer of BRCC but will never buy from them again. Home of the free, not the “P.C.” !! Thanks for speaking out against the rage woke mob. - November 22, 2020

Cancelled my BRCC monthly order today, was referred to your company by a group of Freedom loving Patriots. I was with BRCC for a very long time, and if your company never surrenders to the false song of globalism, you will have a customer for life.

Frank - November 22, 2020

Ditto other posters prior to me – just left BRCC b/c of their abhorrent caving to the SJW mob over the Kyle Rittenhouse pic in a BRCC shirt. F*ck those simps – cancelled my recurring order with BRCC and just ordered a bag of SMC fine grind. Got your shipping and billing set up for monthly auto orders, yet?

Political Bullpen - November 22, 2020

We have cancelled our office subscription to Black Rifle Coffee Company. Screw those clowns. We are switching to you guys. One vet owned business to another.

Vonna Karoghlanian - November 22, 2020

Do you sell K cups?

Brian Mullins - November 22, 2020

I’ve canceled my BRCC subscription and would like to switch to stockingmill coffee because you guys support Kyle of Kenosha: a fearless leader of our constitution. I look forward to the overwhelming support coming your way and hope I can get my own coffee!

Yui Horie - November 22, 2020

Hi, I am interested in this type of thing. Just to make sure, this is not an antifa honeypot trying to get the names and addresses of nazi chuds, right?

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