The world’s first at-home nitro cold brew coffee maker and dispenser is now available for retail purchase: the uKeg Nitro allows users to not only make cold brew coffee, but also infuse it with nitro gas. The patented nitro tap creates the artful, cascading pour that you get from draft systems in coffeeshops—but the uKeg Nitro delivers the experience for a fraction of the cost, and from the comfort of one’s own home.
If you need your morning hit of caffeine in the form of a delicious cold-brew coffee, you have to earn it. You’re either making it on your own, every morning, or you’re stuck in line waiting to pay someone a pretty penny to do it for you.
But what if you could make a two-week supply yourself? At home? In a custom-built machine designed by master growler makers which also looks great on your kitchen counter, or even in your office?
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Growlers are great when you want to take your favorite local craft brews to go, but a carbonated growler is what sets the beer-drinking pros apart from the amateurs. Once a growler's opened, its contents can go flat pretty quickly, but this rig will keep whatever sudsy beverage you fill it with cold, crisp, and freshly carbonated all day long (and even features a handy spout to easily pour pints). Plus if you're expecting a big crowd (or just a thirsty one), it also comes in a 128-ounce version.
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Nitro cold brew coffee adds a beautiful head to your coffee, just like you get on beer. You can read more about it in our previous cold brew blog. Nitro is really popular right now at Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts, but here’s how to embrace the trend at home...
THERE ARE two kinds of people in the world: those who enjoy drinking beer out of cans or bottles, and those who absolutely insist on their beer coming directly from a tap: always fresh, cold and delicious.
We all know how much damage daily pub trips can do to our wallets, so it’s a good thing there are some fantastic at-home beer dispensers and kegerators available online to suit a range of budgets.
Summertime is cold brew season, and no cold brew is trendier than nitro cold brew.
Nitro cold brew is essentially cold brewed coffee infused with nitrogen gas and dispensed out of a tap. The result is smooth, lightly-carbonated beverage that drinks like Guinness, and is now so ubiquitous that you can find it at Starbuck’s nationwide.
When you're ready for your morning dose or an afternoon pick-me-up, the nitro-style tap and enclosed nitro gas cartridges will give your coffee a barista-level cascading effect inside the glass. You know, the one that'll have everyone thinking you're having a Guinness for breakfast. Then, all that's left to do is actually drink the stuff.
And maybe charge your neighbors $5 a mug.