The Bruer Cold drip brew system has a clean and functional design, while maintaining the quality of the brewing process, and ultimately the end product.
The benefit of a good cold brew is that it’s full-flavoured, smooth and silky. Cold brewed coffee has much less acidity and bitterness which makes it perfect for iced coffee drinks.
The process is quite visually appealing – the Cold Bruer has 3 levels: the water, the coffee grounds and the coffee collection chamber. Water slowly drips down the water chamber and into the coffee chamber, slowly saturating the coffee grounds and continuing through to the coffee carafe. The total slow drip process can take anywhere from 3-12 hours depending on the drip rate selected.
The beauty of the Cold Bruer is that it’s practical and reasonably priced, making cold brewed coffee easy to obtain!
The instructions are written for the US, but the measurements used translate into metric thus:
2 ounces of ground coffee = 56g
1 fl ounce = 30ml
12 fl ounces of water = 354ml
About Cold Bruer – Andy Clark the inventor talks through how to use the Bruer, some tips and talks about some of its features