Our Favorite Coffee Brewing Methods

 

Chemex

"The Chemex Coffeemaker is a work of art itself. This beautifully designed curved glass container was invented in 1941 by Dr. Peter Schlumbohm. Made simply from non-porous, borosilicate glass and fastened with a wood collar and tie, it brews coffee without imparting any flavors of its own. With the Chemex method, you can make coffee as strong as you like without bitterness. Perfect for iced coffee and coffee flavoring for gourmet recipes. Because of its purity, Chemex brewed coffee can be covered and stored in the refrigerator for reheating...without losing its flavor!"
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Ready to make your own at home? Check out our Chemex Tutorials


V-60 Pour Over

"Since its introduction, the Japanese-made Hario v60 dripper has taken a strong foothold in specialty coffeehouses and cafes in the US and around the globe. Hario, which translates to "the kind of glass", is a heat-resistant glassware company which was founded in 1921. The v60 pour-over method requires attention to detail in order to produce a high quality cup of coffee."
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Once you've mastered the art, the v60 will reward you with a clean tasting cup with a flavorful finish.

Ready to make your own at home? Check out our Pour Over Tutorials


AeroPress

"AeroPress coffee tastes better because the ground coffee is totally immersed in the hot water, resulting in fast and extensive extraction of the flavor compounds. The AeroPress method shortens brew time to 20-40 seconds, which avoids the unpleasant bitterness created by slower methods."
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The AeroPress is one of our favorite brew methods in house, and we know you'll love it too. 

Ready to make your own at home? Check out our AeroPress Tutorials


Cold Brew

"During the cold brew process, time replaces heat. A roasted coffee bean contains many compounds that are extracted during the brewing process. Some of those compounds, including certain oils and fatty acids, are soluble only at a high temperature. During the cold brew process, coffee beans are never exposed to high temperature. The cold brew process creates a perfectly balanced and distinctively smooth cup of coffee."
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Ready to make your own at home? Check out our Cold Brew Tutorials


Nitro Brew

"Cold brew coffee infused with nitrogen gas is released through a pressurized valve with tiny holes. As high pressure forces the cold brew past a disc, it creates a creamy, stout-like effect. Nitro cold brew comes out a smooth and clean cold coffee every time."
A Nice Article on Nitro Cold Brew

If you're a fan of black coffee, you'll love our nitro cold brew on tap. Come in a give it a try!