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Lucky Bison Coffee

Brew Wild

Brew Wild

EST. 2020​

“The most dangerous drinking game is seeing how long I can go without coffee.”


Nat and Stephanie Long Lucky Bison Coffee

Welcome to

lucky bison coffee

We love coffee! We’re committed to bringing you nothing but the finest quality, taste, and experience. Our journey has been fueled by a simple yet profound desire: to weave our passion for coffee into every bean we roast and every cup we serve, embracing the complexity and joy it brings to life.

Nat Long
Founder, Lucky Bison Coffee

For Weddings & Events

Mobile Espresso Bar

Elevate your wedding reception or mobile event with Lucky Bison Coffee’s Mobile Espresso Bar. With over 18 years of expertise in the specialty coffee industry, we’re your trusted partner in crafting unforgettable moments.

From intimate gatherings to grand celebrations, we’re committed to collaborating closely with you to curate an extraordinary coffee experience that exceeds all expectations. Learn more and book your next wedding or event

Lucky Bison Coffee Espresso Bar


Bi•sonnoun: a humpbacked shaggy-haired wild ox native to North America and Europe.

Early American settlers mistakenly referred to bison as “buffalo” due to their resemblance to African buffalo. Although once nearly driven to extinction, bison have since recovered in places like Yellowstone. Today, they stand as symbols of perseverance and the drive to thrive against all odds.

Our Story

Behind the Roast

Lucky Bison Coffee beginnings

In 2005, Lucky Bison Coffee founder Nat Long stumbled into the coffee scene almost by accident. A friend needed help with his new coffee shop, and Nat lent a hand without much thought. Coffee was just a job, nothing more. But as he worked, from brewing to roasting, something changed.

Over the next 15 years, Nat became a coffee connoisseur, learning every aspect of the trade. From perfecting the pour to crafting the ideal roast, he lived and breathed coffee.

But then in 2020, the pandemic hit, and like most restaurant and hospitality workers, Nat found himself without a job.

Rather than dwell on the setback, Nat saw it as an opportunity…