Nicaragua La Esmeralda Natural
The overlord of Ghost Town, the one who started it all! Chad began roasting coffee in 2006 in Belgrade, MT. He is very passionate about bicycles, loves Bozeman’s sense of community, and loves the value for small independent businesses in the community. His favorite coffees are constantly rotating with the seasons.
Clarissa Joined forces with her husband in 2010 and has been a huge player in making Ghost Town what it is today. She has three lovely dogs and loves to go on daily lunch walks with Chad.
Productive, Intuitive, and mechanically inclined, Aaron can take any espresso machine apart and put it back together (and does everyday). Originally from Idaho, and loves golf and snowboarding. His favorite drink from the cafe is an almond milk latte with honey and cinnamon.
Lauren 'Sully' Sullivan
Fiesty, Spontaneous, and caring; Outside of wholesale, you can find Sully hiking and climbing with her pupper, Baloo... and she is likely drinking an African coffee. On any given day, she’s probably dressing up for one of our themed costume days.
Rena started as a Ghost Town barista in February 2020, but quickly found a new home at the coffee roaster. She credits her Chicago roots for her loud and hilarious personality, and when not at work she can be found doing stand-up comedy, long-distance road biking, and quoting Lord of the Rings to literally anyone who will listen. Her favorite drink in the cafe is an espresso shot over ice, and her favorite dino is a Brachiosaurus.
The smiliest person around! Originally from Three Forks, she loves to paint at home with a cup of Costa Rica, and is currently studying Sociology at MSU. Her biggest responsibility is to keep the plants alive at Ghost Town, and her favorite part of Bozeman is “las montañas”.
Easily the smiliest person at Ghost Town, Brook joined the Ghost Town team in May of 2020. Originally from Helena, Brook’s favorite drink in the cafe is an oat milk cortado, and her favorite coffee origin is Rwanda! Outside of work, you can find her painting or enjoying the spring wildflowers!
Originally from Kalispell, Ryan migrated to Bozeman for his studies at MSU in Philosophy and Psychology. Outside of the cafe, you can find him jamming on his guitar, climbing, and drinking anything South American out of his Aeropress.
Ghost Town - Black & Olive
Our second cafe is located in the Black Olive apartment building at the intersection of Black Ave and Olive Street. Come check it out!