How to Cold Brew

Beverages, Coffee, Literacy

It’s getting hot outside so we’re going cold. Our delicious, double-strength cold brew coffee will sate your thirst for caffeine on a boiling day.

Can’t make it to Between the Grinds for some of our cold brewed coffee? We’ll show you how to make it at home. Plan ahead though, this coffee needs to sit and brew for 12 hours.

You’ll need:

  • 1 3/4 cup of coarsely ground coffee
  • 3 1/2 cups of water
  • Large pitcher
  • coffee filters/fine mesh strainer/cheese cloth

Combine the coffee and water in the pitcher. Make sure the ground coffee and water are thoroughly mixed. Cover the pitcher with plastic wrap and allow it to sit for 12 hours.

Line a metal strainer with a coffee filter and pour the cold brew slowly into another container of your choice. Be careful! Don’t pour too quickly. The coffee will need time to drain from the filter.

Enjoy your cold brew

You can purchase any of our syrups for your own use at home.


Make a small donation with every purchase and help promote literacy in our community. Your donations support our Reading Between the Grinds literacy program which impacts individuals struggling with reading skills. Would you like to volunteer? Volunteers receive free coffee during sessions. Give us a call and find out how you can stay caffeinated and help improve literacy.


We’re branching out. Find us @btwnthegrinds on Twitter. We’re following some amazing businesses that promote literacy for children and adults. We’ll be sharing their content and exploring new ways to improve our business. Let’s join together and support literacy in every way we can.

How will you stay caffeinated this Summer?


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