High quality easy to use stainless steel cold brew coffee and tea systems for large batch brewing and commercial use. Cold Brew Avenue USA have designed their large batch cold brew systems specifically for coffee shops, restaurants, night clubs, and bars looking for a cleaner, easier and better way to brew large batches of cold brew coffee and tea. This system features a stainless steel vessel, and a custom fit stainless steel cold brew coffee filter plate for brewing anywhere from 20,8–189,3 liters (5.5 - 50 gallon) of ready to drink, or cold brew coffee/tea concentrate!
The small 20,8 liter (5.5 gallon) Cold Brew Coffee System is the smallest coffee maker that we offer. It is ideal for home use, as well as commercial use in small volumes. This small system is also great for pilot batches to test new beans, tea blends and ratios before brewing a larger batch!
Our 3 Large Batch Cold Brew Commercial Coffee Makers allows you to make large quantities of cold brew coffee and tea with ease, and is designed to filter directly into kegs for serving nitro coffee on draft. These systems were specifically designed with the coffee shops, restaurants and bars in mind, who are looking for a cleaner, easier and better way to brew large batches of cold brew coffee.
This cold brew coffee system was designed with you in mind. No more messy, hard to clean cheap nylon bags for filtering your coffee grounds. No more cheap plastic buckets and components. The heavy duty filter plate design allows you to clean out old coffee grounds with ease! The vessel, filter basket, ball valve and hose barb are all made completely of 304 Brewer's Grade Stainless Steel, which means it's more sanitary than plastic and made to last!
After your coffee/tea has brewed for the desired amount of time, simply connect the 3' of 1/2" I.D. Silicone Hose that comes with your Large Batch Cold Brew Coffee System, and open the ball valve. Your cold brew coffee will flow from the kettle, filtered and ready to drink! This system makes it extremely easy to filter directly from your Cold Brew Coffee System into cannisters, that you can then hook up to serve Ooperators nitro coffee on draft.
When doing large batches or heavy concentrates, your flow can significantly reduce as your coffee filters out of the cold brew system. If the flow has slowed or stopped from too many grounds, use a long plastic spoon to reach down to the bottom of the grounds and shift around gently to help the coffee to begin flowing again.
Flow and drainage can also be improved by:
- Making a lighter concentrate (make ready to drink coffee instead of concentrates)
- Using a very coarse grind
- Making sure that the cold brew system is thoroughly cleaned between uses. Be sure to remove all coffee residues from previous batches by thoroughly cleaning the filter with a combination of hot water and soap, or any other cleaning agent that is friendly to stainless steel.
- Boiling your filter in water occasionally will help to remove any oily buildup that may occur from the coffee.