They are all virtually the same thing made in slightly different ways with the sole purpose of making a cold coffee that is smooth and flavoursome enough to drink without milk, cream, sugar etc.
The usual way till recently of getting a cold coffee has been to pour a shot of expresso over ice. This “violent” method that leads to the coffee tasting bitter and acidic.
Cold brew or drip coffee on the other hand is a much gentler extraction using coarse coffee grounds steeped in cold water for generally 12-24 hours (or cold water is dripped over them for a similar amount of time). This is naturally sweeter and because it’s already cold when poured over ice it isn’t instantly diluted as the ice doesn’t melt immediately.
Cold brewing is generally regarded as a much better method of producing cold coffee for these reasons, and with iKegger you can make it taste creamy and delicious by injecting it with N2 (nitrogen) to create Noffee (see what we've done there!).
Here are the range of Noffee packages to store and serve your cold brew:
Love our kegs enough to plaster your brand all over them? We hope so!
These kegs are a great branding tool that will get your name all over town, in a good way. Customers can purchase your cold brew coffee in kegs ready to take home and drink throughout the week, or take to events and serve to friends. Either way your brand will be paraded around for all to see.
Interested? Here are some details of what we require. Send it over to email@example.com and we will send back a quote and next steps.
So now you've purchased the Nitro Keg Package here are the links that will show you everything you need to know. And if it doesn't then send us a message via Facebook or through the chat here on our website.
|Vessel Name (Volume)||Height||Diameter||330ml Bottle Equivalent|
|"Growler" (2L) - Insulated||30.5cm||13 cm||6|
|"BBW Growler" (4L)- Insulated||35cm||15.5cm||12|
|"UniTank" (35L)||90cm||38cm||Up to 90|