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Cold brew coffee kegs now available in Toronto

Posted by Staff / August 6, 2014

cold brew coffee torontoToronto must have a growing appetite for cold brew coffee. How else to explain the growth of this beverage category out of nowhere. Following up on the launch of several coffee shop created varieties last year, an independent outfit has recently released a new brand currently for sale at Boom Breakfast, Cheeswerks and Fresh restaurant locations.

What's more, STATION Cold Brew Coffee Co. sells their cold brew in four sizes including an 8oz ready to drink stubby, 32oz concentrate, 64oz growler and a 30L keg. So now you can host that cold brew coffee party you always dreamed of (or install a tap at your office.)

Prices for the cold brew varies but the 8oz stubby can be had for between $3-$4 a bottle depending on where you buy it. STATION plans to sell kegs to restaurants, cafes, offices and direct to consumers via their web site or contact Mitch at 416.523.2054.

Discussion

9 Comments

Ian / August 6, 2014 at 03:02 pm
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I tried cold brew recently and it is amazing! It's refreshing, tastes great and gives you a long lasting boost!
Taylor / August 6, 2014 at 03:51 pm
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So addicting! way better than iced coffee
Benedict / August 6, 2014 at 10:09 pm
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I've had fancy cold brew made from fresh-roasted fancy beans and it's always got a weird sourness. The best cold brew is made from vacuum-packed no-name brand ground coffee. Try it!
Stumptown / August 6, 2014 at 11:24 pm
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...only a matter of time
dan dipastena / August 7, 2014 at 05:11 am
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ther is a company called Blue House Coffee brewing and selling this type of coffee on the campus of the University of Arizona from a bicycle driven cart.
mike in parkdale / August 7, 2014 at 09:09 am
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Can't wait to try it.
Gary replying to a comment from Rick / August 7, 2014 at 03:03 pm
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Rick, it is just another way of brewing coffee that actually has more health benefits and tastes different than brewing it with hot water. It is not really that "ridiculous" of an idea. Chill out troll.
Miles / August 7, 2014 at 06:40 pm
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Someone arguing over the health benefits of hot coffee vs cold coffee, while trolling a blogto post? Rick, your dedication to trolling in improbable places impresses me.

Looking forward to getting a keg of this on one of our taps.
ColdBro replying to a comment from Rick / August 7, 2014 at 06:59 pm
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Rick, while cold coffee may not be everyone, a lot of people enjoy it on hot days. By brewing cold, the flavour of the coffee is much less bitter and acidic than refrigerating hot drip or making an iced americano. There are a lot of shops in Toronto offering cold brew and I'm sure any barista would be more than happy to explain cold brew to you more than I can. Can't wait to see where these taps pop up!

Words to live by: Don't knock it til ya try it!

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