Brought in directly from Seattle’s nearby Cedar River watershed, our pacific northwest water was once the snowy peaks of the Washington Cascade mountain range. As it enters our brewery, it is filtered before filling our brewing tanks and being mixed with our freshly-ground coffee.
Our cold brew coffee is slowly steeped for up to 20 hours in our glycol-sleeved brew tanks. We casually agitate the coffee grounds throughout the brewing process to ensure a uniform flavor to the brew and achieve the highest level of extraction possible.
As the cold brew coffee exits our brewing tanks, we do a second round of filtration to remove sediment that might be remaining after the brewing process.
We pride ourselves on having a packaging option to fit every need. Our most popular offerings are our single-serve nitro cans and multi-serve nitro kegs, which can be found on shelves or on-tap throughout the pacific northwest. Each can is dosed with liquid nitrogen as it is filled, ensuring every serving is properly pressurized and fully-infused. Our kegs are filled while pressurized with nitrogen to ensure the same experience as our cans and the infusion of every drop of cold brew.
All of our finished cold brew is refrigerated around-the-clock in our brewery. It is kept cold throughout our entire logistics process and all the way until it arrives on the shelf at your store. We want you to have the most fresh cold brew possible!
Everything we do is to provide you with the perfect cup of cold brew coffee every time. Smooth, easy-to-drink, balanced, and refreshing. Nutty and chocolatey tones. Little to no need for cream or sugar. What cold brew coffee can and should be!