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401 South Walnut Street
Muncie, IN, 47305
United States

The Caffeinery specializes in gourmet coffees, loose leaf teas, and espresso-based beverages. Whether you’re looking for a morning cup of coffee or a sun cured single origin Ethiopian, you can count on our highly skilled baristas to execute your coffee needs with artistic precision. You can get a cup of coffee anywhere. We want to make it an experience!

The business was founded in 2013 by husband and wife duo, Frank and Lauren Reber. Having been born and raised in Muncie, Frank and Lauren are very familiar with the area. In fact, both of their parents had owned and operated local businesses; Lauren's family owned The Music Room, and Frank's father owns Reber Machine & Tool. They are no strangers when it comes to understanding what it takes to be immersed in a family-owned business and it was this unique background that fanned the entrepreneurial spark in both of them. Aside from the coffee shop, Lauren is a musician and professional photographer that specializes in wedding and lifestyle photography. Frank is a musician and recording engineer who specializes in recording music. However, the common thread that connects all of their interests  has always been coffee.

 

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Chelsea Butler Memorial Scholarship

Frank Reber

Chelsea Butler was one of our first customers when we opened The Caffeinery. She would frequent the coffee shop with her fiance, Alan Dumond, on a regular basis for their weekly coffee dates. She always had an infectious smile on her face and was one of the most pleasant people to be around. We looked forward to her visits. On a side note, she had one of the best vegetable-inspired sleeve tattoos that I have ever seen. This made sense being that she took food and nutrition very seriously. Chelsea was attending Ball State University for dietetics. Sadly, she lost a battle with cancer and is no longer able to grace us with her smile.

Her spirit continues to live on in the form of a scholarship that recently become fully funded! We are so excited to have played a small part in making this scholarship a reality! Thanks to everyone that made this possible. You all are great.