Cold brew coffee is NOT just iced coffee – not just brewed coffee served over ice, or double strength coffee over ice. It is a different method of extracting the coffee. Cold water is s l o w l y dripped over a big bed of coffee grinds over the course of several hours. The resulting brew is decidedly different from tradition hot brewed coffee. Cold brew is almost completely absent of acidity, and tastes smooth, almost juice like. Can’t wait for the weather to warm so I can sit out on the porch with an ice-cold Stumptown Stubbie in hand. 

Cold brew coffee is NOT just iced coffee – not just brewed coffee served over ice, or double strength coffee over ice. It is a different method of extracting the coffee. Cold water is s l o w l y dripped over a big bed of coffee grinds over the course of several hours. The resulting brew is decidedly different from tradition hot brewed coffee. Cold brew is almost completely absent of acidity, and tastes smooth, almost juice like. Can’t wait for the weather to warm so I can sit out on the porch with an ice-cold Stumptown Stubbie in hand. 

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