A senior at the University of New Hampshire, Connor Roelke constructed a prototype nitro kegerator, combining his love of coffee & passion for home brew.
Connor placed 1st in his category, 3rd overall in the UNH Holloway Prize competition. He quit his day job, and by year’s end, NOBL landed it’s first 10 accounts and made the move to Newmarket, NH.
NOBL quickly outgrew it’s Newmarket home. When storage ran out, friends and family housed kegerators. At the end of 2016, NOBL had expanded to all New England states with 82 accounts & 5 employees.
In May, NOBL found a new home in Exeter, NH. Brewing capacity increased to 1,250 gallons a day. The first nitro coffee cans and nitro hot taps were released. At the end of 2017, NOBL had 253 accounts & 11 employees.