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Pourover Coffee Brewers


Chances are you have used a pourover coffee brewer at one time or another. Most home coffee brewers fall under this category as well as some commercial brewers. In a nutshell, a pourover brewers do not require plumbing. A pourover brewer works by you pouring cold water in the top and the coffee brews immediately.

One benefit to pourover coffee brewers is that they are portable. This brewer is a great option when having meetings in conference rooms or offices where you may need to move the brewer from room to room.

Another benefit is that pourovers require no plumbing so you can use them almost anywhere you have power and access to clean cold water. In addition, commercial pourover pot brewers can generally brew about 5 pots of coffee an hour which is plenty for most offices and small restaurants.
These brewers come in many different configurations. Some brewers have multiple warmers to keep the coffee hot once it is brewed. There are brewers that don’t have any warmers that are meant to be used to brew into airpots. Airpots allow you to transport the coffee to remote locations and they keep the coffee hot and fresh much longer than a regular pot.

Commercial pourover coffee brewers last many more years than a home machine will.We have seen brewers in the field that are more than 15 years old and running just as strong as they did when they were installed. The best way to keep your brewing working great is to pour only cold clean water into the tank to brew. Wipe down the machine every day including the area under the brew basket that holds the coffee with a wet towel.

Do you need help figuring out what kind of coffee brewer will work best for your application? Give us a call or drop us an email and we can help you identify what will work best for you.

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