Also seen in coffee shops around the globe
Made Entirly of 304 Brewers Grade Stainless Steel
Easy on the hands + plus the lid easily hangs onto either handle
Internal volume markings let you measure and fill with consistency
Monitor your cold brew temperatures with the optional large face thermometer
No more buying filter bags, our filter is entirely stainless and entirely reusable
With sizes from 5 to 50 gallons, we've got something for everyone
Tired of plastic? Made of 304 brewers grade stainless steel
Everyone loves Cold Brew... Now you have the capability to brew up to 50 gallons at a time! Easily brew, and filter your cold brew directly into kegs for serving cold brew, nitro coffee, tea or your favorite craft beverage on draft!
Fill your stainless steel cold brew system with water and coffee, or tea, and let steep for the desired amount of time.
Simply open the ball valve on the front of the system, and out flows your filtered, ready to drink beverage.
This system makes filling kegs or other serving vessels with cold brew and serving on draft a breeze!
Our system doesn't just look different, it is different.
With systems up to 50 gallons, you can produce more cold brew in less time.
High quality stainless steel means you don't have to worry about leaching plastics, flavors or aromas.
No more fighting with cleaning disposable filters and removing coffee grounds from mesh bags.
Our system is built from stainless steel, which means it's made to last.
No disposable filters here! That means no waste... All you need to do is compost your spent coffee grounds.
There is no need to keep buying filters and other parts, our system is entirely reusable.
A variety of sizes for everyone's needs; from the at home cold brew coffee lover, to the mass producing coffee roaster!
Cold brewing is great, but it's even better when you you're serving it on draft like a pint of Guinness.
While draft beverage systems are very common and hugely popular in the beer industry, they are still fairly uncommon in the coffee industry. So if you’re a coffee shop owner, a barista, a roaster or just a coffee lover who has no idea where to start when it comes to draft systems - this ebook is for you. (62 Page ebook)
The Ultimate Guide is a great resource for anyone looking to start making making cold brew coffee, or serving on draft. Whether you are new to cold brewing and just looking for some tips, this eBook is an excellent FREE resource to get your started.
The Drips & Draughts Podcast is dedicated to the craft beverage industry and all markets that could potentially be serving craft beverages on draft. When most of us think "draft beverage", beer is the first thing that comes to mind. We're here to discuss the wide variety of craft beverages that can be served on draft. Whether that be beer, soda, tea, sparkling water, kombucha or coffee.
Got questions? We’ve got answers. If you have some other questions, feel free to send us an email to [email protected]
Only water and coffee (or tea). Our cold brew systems come with everything that you need to brew large amounts of your favorite beverage, and transfer filtered, ready to drink liquids into your storing or serving vessels. We do recommend certain cleaning and sanitizing products for our system that can be found on our website as well.
This will vary depending on your ratios and steeping times. If you are brewing concentrates, you will be using more grounds, which will in-turn absorb more water. So for example; If you were to fill our 15 Gallon system full of coffee and water, you can expect to collect about 9-10 gallons of concentrate, or 12 Gallons of ready-to-drink Coffee (these numbers will vary slightly depending on your ratios).
A keg of coffee can last quite long (months), if your equipment is cleaned and sanitized properly prior to using. With that said, we do not recommend keeping on tap for months. We recommend brewing new batches weekly if you are serving in a retail location to maintain the best tasting freshest product for your clients.
YES! That is one of the added benefits in using a stainless steel system. You can add hot water to it without worrying about leaching plastics, flavors or aromas into your cold brew. Hot blooming cold brew coffee or tea is a great way to get new flavor profiles!