Vendor – Barb Brinton
Contact Us –
Our Market Location – You’ll find my coffee stand in the front section of the Market. We have comfortable seating in the area, too.
What We Offer – Five different flavors of fresh-brewed coffee ready to serve every weekend at the Market.
We also serve ~
- Italian sodas, and more!
The Java Junky carries bulk coffee beans, more than 58 flavored coffees, 46 decaffeinated flavors, 15 regular coffees, and 7 decaffeinated coffees.
Along with coffee, we carry more than 89 loose teas, a large selection of tea bags, accessories, and Chai. We will ship your order to you anywhere in the U.S.
We also carry Jill’s Dips and Mixes – and fun napkins!
We have home-made candies and chocolate-covered Espresso beans for your sweet tooth. We will make any size gift basket or gift bag for your special occasion.
Check out our website – The Java Junky – for a full list of the items we offer.
We’re open at the Carlisle Country Market 6 days a week! Our hours ~
- Monday – 6:30 am to 8:30 am
- Tuesday – 6:30 am to 8:30 am
- Wednesday – 6:30 am to 8:30 am
- Thursday – 7 am to 4 pm
- Friday – 7 am to 4 pm
- Saturday – 7 am to 2 pm
Our Story – I have been in the food industry since 1976.
I have always loved working with food and beverages and all the fun people that you meet.
In 2005, I left a management position at a restaurant, and I started working for a coffee shop in a farmer’s market, and I loved it. We were asked to open a stand in the previous market on Holly Pike, and we were there until it closed in February 2010. At that time, my employer and friend decided not to return to the market in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
I had built up a wonderful business in Carlisle, and I had made a lot of new friends and the other vendors were my family away from home. When asked, “What do you want to do when you are older?”, my youngest daughter would say, “I want to own Dayton’s.”
I would have to tell her we can’t, Maryann and Dirk own that, so I thought about what Margaret had said, and I decided to open our own Coffee Shop.
We got our name from another vendor. We would call across the market, “Hey, Pickle Boy!” and he would call back, “Java Junky!”, and I loved the name, so the name stuck.
The Java Junky opened at the Carlisle Country Market on April 29, 2010.