Posts Tagged ‘Kalita Wave’

Comparing Common Home Brewing Methods – Part II

In Part II of his post on home brewing methods our West Coast Trainer & Educator, Andrew Tucker-MacLeod, writes about the Clever Dripper. the Hario v60 Cone and the Kalita Wave. Read Part I here. Clever Dripper: This method uses a wedge shaped filter similar to a cone, and a brewer body with a valve on the Read more

Comparing Common Home Brewing Methods – Part I

Andrew Tucker-MacLeod, our West Coast Trainer & Educator, writes about various home brewing methods and the different experiences they deliver.  All coffee brewing methods employ some filtration to separate the grounds from the finished brew and are designed to control the time which water is in contact with the grounds. Separation of the finished brew can occur Read more

What Is “Manual” or “Hand” Brewing? A Primer.

It’s pretty easy to take for granted that everyone doesn’t know what you’re talking about when your audience is composed of so many people all over, from so many areas of your life. One thing I thought about lately, is how still so many people aren’t familiar with “manual brewing.” So, I thought I’d write Read more