Cold Brew On Tap 2.0

By Willow & Everett

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Cold Brew on Tap 2.0 delivers fresh cold brew coffee, easily made by you. The glass container and fine mesh stainless steel filter brews about a week’s worth (around eight to twelve cups) of cold brew in one go. You can store and serve it straight from the fridge. The rust-free lid seals the brew in and keeps it fresh for up to two weeks, and the filtered spigot makes for easy, grit-free pours.

  • Materials: Brewing jar: Glass; Filter & spigot: Stainless steel
  • Care: Hand wash in warm soapy water as needed. Air dry upside down or with a towel. Make sure all parts are completely dry after cleaning to prevent the metal components from reacting with too much exposure to liquid. Washing in a dishwasher is not recommended
  • Includes: One two-liter jar with drop-in mesh filter
  • Instructions: See manual for full instructions
  • Two-liter glass design brews up to 12 cups of coffee
  • Custom mesh filter made for no-mess brewing experience
  • Sealing rust-free lid keeps coffee fresh
  • Compact size brewer fits in most fridges
  • Adjustable stainless steel spigot makes serving easy
  • Mesh spout filter blocks sediment
  • Convenient metal carrying handle
  • Capacity: 68 oz
  • Please note: Brewing cold brew coffee takes 12-18 hours
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 10.6" x 9" x 7.2"
  • Weight: 2.4 lbs

11 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Exactly what I have been looking for!

4/15/2019 by Romualda

This cold brewer is exactly what I have been looking for. I have been cold brewing for a few years and have been looking for a neater and easier method to make my iced coffee. This meets both criteria and is well-made to boot.More > < Less


Love this!!

4/14/2019 by Nancy

I made my coffee a little strong the first time. It is so cute!!! I love it!! A great way to have iced coffee!!


Love the taste

4/12/2019 by Barbara

I'm using folgers black silk decaf... and OMG the cold iced coffee is wonderful. My dad said, "I don't like cold coffee,"... then he tried this and he said it was like a thin milkshake...and raved at the taste.. he even thought there was chocolate in it... NO CHOCOLATE ...just 24 hour cold brew...
I might need another brewer to keep the house in cold coffee for the summer.
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4/11/2019 by marianne

I bought this because I was excited about the size and the spout. I love the product however there are a few things I dislike. Number one is, I find it hard to use the spout with one hand. I have not mastered that aspect yet. Second, the drips. I get drips from the spout which make coffee drops on my floor and in my fridge. Easy enough to clean up yet I never had so much coffee mess before this type of brewing. I will figure it out in due time. I like the handle as well. I like this product as well because it is glass and heavy duty glass, I am sick of using plastic products and worrying about leaching toxins. So this is a win win with me and the other stuff I can live with. Thanks for making this product available.More > < Less


Love it, however!!!

7/14/2019 by Jo

Love my cold brew jar, so simple to use. However I was not aware that the filter on the inside of the tap was there and it went down the drain when I was washing the jar. I’ve contacted Willow & Everett a number of times to buy a replacement without any luck. Costumer service is is nonexistent.More > < Less

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About Willow & Everett

DIY Cold Brew

Willow & Everett Makers Ben and Camille Arneberg are coffee lovers who wanted to kick their take-out coffee habit. They tried lots of at-home brewing solutions, but none fit the bill. So they created a way to easily brew, store, and serve their own cold brew.

Cold Brew on Tap 2.0 means less mess and less work to make more cold brew than usual. (We like the sound of that.) All it takes is ground coffee, water, and at least 12 hours of brewing time.

The glass and stainless steel mesh filter makes about a week’s worth (around eight to twelve cups) of cold brew coffee at once and stores it in the fridge. A rust-free, handled lid seals the brew in and keeps it fresh for up to two weeks, and the adjustable spigot has a mesh filter to eliminate any stray grit from your cup.

Many of us in the office take coffee pretty seriously and we all applaud the way Camille and Ben’s approach streamlines the process.