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Cold Brewing

This recipe yields about a gallon of cold brew. Weigh out 453 grams of coffee and grind on a  size slightly coarser than sea salt. Protip, have us grind it for you because we have access to an almost $3000 grinder (Mahlkonig EK43) and just include that in your order notes.

Mix together your 453 grams of coffee and 17.5 ounces of cold filtered water in a large vessel that is about 1.5-2 gallons in size. Let this mixture steep for 12-18 hours.

Pour the contents through a metal strainer which will get rid of a lot of the large particles. Taking a cheesecloth, a coffee filter, or fine metal strainer, pour the contents through to get the desired tactile/sediment. A thick coffee filter will produce the cleanest cup, while a fine metal strainer or a cheesecloth will have a more pronounced sediment.

Alternatively, purchase cold brew sachets and put the coffee in the filter.


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Place the coffee in the filter, and tie the filter shut. Submerge the coffee in the water for 12-18 hours. Pull the bag out of the water, throw away the contents of the filter, wash and then dry the filter. Enjoy!