What is the opinion of Reddit about the
County Line Kitchen – Cold Brew Mason Jar iced Coffee Maker, Durable Glass, Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Filter, Flip Cap Lid – 64 oz (2 Quart), No Handle?

A total of 14 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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2nd Dec 2020

One of the nice things about cold brew is it’s so easy to make. You can just use a mason jar and then filter it with regular coffee filters if you already have both of those items.

Or, you can buy a kit from Amazon. I’m not sure how much the two brewers you listed cost but this kit is pretty inexpensive (and is similar to what I use):

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V

I personally don’t like the sludge in my cold brew (though it’s a personal preference thing, other people prefer to leave it in) so I filter my brew through a coffee filter after it’s done brewing.

Good luck and happy brewing!! 🙂

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26th Sep 2020

before i found that at goodwill i was contemplating getting one of these for a mason jar Cold Brew Mason Jar Coffee Maker by County Line Kitchen – 2 Quart, 64 oz – Durable Glass Jar, Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Filter, Flip Cap Lid For Easy Pouring, Save $ – Easily Make Your Own Cold Brew https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_n98BFbBDVRRW2

1 point

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18th Jan 2022

How much ground coffee do you all allow down your drains?

I recently got this cold brew maker and do my best to get most of the grounds in the trash, but it’s impossible to get them all in the trash. I get less than a teaspoon down the drain each time, but I still worry about the grounds accumulating and contributing to a clog in the pipes or messing up the garbage disposal. Any advice on how to clean it more effectively or something to run through my PVC drains to help prevent a clog?

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13th Jan 2022

I use this thing to make a batch of cold brew:

County Line Kitchen – Cold Brew Mason Jar iced Coffee Maker, Durable Glass, Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Filter, Flip Cap Lid – 64 oz (2 Quart), No Handle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_04R622NT6TCG459T77P7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I use about 6 “cups” (the setting on my grinder) and fill it to the top line. Let it sit for 16-24 hours, dump grounds from filter, put filter back in and pour. Makes 4 large servings per batch, and they come out great. Still experimenting with brew times though.

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20th Apr 2021

Hey guys, new to this sub. I’ve been making cold brew for a couple years on and off along with my regular brewing methods and I feel like I just can’t seem to get it right.

Please let me know any recommendations you may have.

Current Set up:
– Country Line Kitchen Cold Brew Mason Jar (from amazon: County Line Kitchen Durable Cold Brew Mason Jar Coffee Maker. Glass Jar, Stainless Steel Filter, Flip Cap Lid – 2 Quart, 64 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_YZ0KQ9MCMQTR6QX4TM7K?psc=1)

Recipe:
– 150 grams Coffee Beans Ground at courtesy setting (60 on the number scale on grinder)
– 1500 grams filtered water
So that’s a 1:10 ratio
– brewed at room temp for 24 hours
– filtered through a paper V60 filter to remove small sediment

Let me know if I’m not doing this right. I’ve had mixed feelings about the results I get, usually not bad but nothing special.

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10th Mar 2021

I use this one and it gets the job done

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8th Jan 2021

I don’t use the bags. I have brewed 50+ batches in this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V, and highly recommend it. I brew, store the concentrate in that, and dilute when I fill the ukeg. One brew in that provides me two ukeg refills. I also buy the CO2 on eBay for significantly cheaper than the branded cartridges. Just make sure you get the right size.

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15th Oct 2020

I am brewing decaf and it comes out really good. I’ve been using https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07772LL6V/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_Vl7HFbPP4DEVT with life boost medium roast decaf. My grinder goes up to 15 but I have it set closer to 12. Slightly less than 2 cups corse ground beans in 8 cups water and I let it sit in the refrigerator for around 40ish hours. I drink it undiluted with 2-3 tablespoons of sweet cream creamer. Very similar to a starbucks nitro cold brew with sweet cream, just without the cool nitro bubble cascade.

1 point

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6th Aug 2018

I’ve been using similar type jar. County Line
The brews have been pretty mellow. Guess that’s the point. There’s always quite a bit of fine debris/powder at the bottom at the end. Is this common or more from the grinding process?

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4th Jan 2022

Depending on how much you want to brew, I’ve used the 64 oz Country Line and had good results for around the same price as the Coffee Gator.

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10th Aug 2021

Ok, I checked.
Peet’s does 96oz. (3/4 gallon) cold brew containers for $30.68 out the door (with tax etc.).

Instead, get this or this and make your own. Spend less money and still buy better coffee.

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1st Jun 2021

So we use this one and it’s awesome! The filter is stronger and easy to clean and the top can be used as a pour spout.

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20th Jul 2019

There is a too similar one on Amazon, they even use the same jar, Do you guys are sure this was even a real project? https://www.amazon.com/Coffee-Maker-County-Line-Kitchen/dp/B07772LL6V