On September 18, AEROSMITH drummer and Rockin’ & Roastin’ creator, Joey Kramer, will make appearances at Big Y in Franklin and Walpole. In July, Kramer announced that his Rockin’ & Roastin’ organic coffee line would start gracing the shelves of all 29 Big Y locations throughout Massachusetts in August.

To celebrate this partnership, Kramer will hit up the two Big Y locations to mix and mingle with local shoppers and fans alike. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet, chat and pose for photos with Kramer, while checking out the latest offerings from Rockin’ & Roastin’. Kramer also will be personalizing Rockin’ & Roastin’ purchases with his legendary signature, making it a delicious collector’s item.

Available in whole-bean and ground versions, Kramer‘s trio of brews from Ethiopia, Guatemala and Sumatra are currently on the shelves of Big Y in Franklin and Walpole retailing for $7.99-$8.99 per 12-ounce bag.

Big Y
348 East Central Street
Franklin, MA 02038 ‎
Wednesday, September 18, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Big Y
1111 Providence Highway
Walpole, MA 02081
Wednesday, September 18 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

This event is complimentary to the public. With purchase of a Rockin’ & Roastin’ bag of coffee, Kramer will personally autograph it.

For more information, visit www.rockinandroastin.com.

Kramer is a coffee-loving Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer. The story of Joey Kramer‘s Rockin’ & Roastin’ organic, custom-roasted coffee blends begins in the field. Unlike “sun grown” coffee that’s cheaper to produce but requires chemical fertilizers and pesticides and leads to the destruction of native rainforests, Rockin’ & Roastin’ coffee is lovingly cultivated using the traditional “shade grown” method, under a canopy of indigenous trees. This sustainable practice supports a wide diversity of plant and animal life, provides food and shelter to migrating birds, and helps to filter carbon dioxide from the air, reducing the danger of global warming. There is currently a trio of international blends offered: two Dark roasts, from Sumatra and Ethiopia; and, a Dark-Medium, hailing from Guatemala.

“I think the biggest hurdle that I’ll have is getting the message out there that it’s not just another celebrity lending his name to make money. I’m hands-on,” Kramer told Union Leader. “I have a great team that I put together, and we’re obsessed with bringing quality gourmet coffee to the market for a reasonable retail price.”


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