Large Batch Cold Brew Coffee Makers

Large Batch Cold Brew Coffee MakersThe cold brew coffee trend has been surging over the last few years. And it’s with many good reasons too.

Cold-brewers are relatively so easy to set up and use.

Instead of learning proper pouring or brewing techniques, you simply ground your coffee to a coarse setting, add room temperature water, and let the two sit together in a cool place or refrigerator for a long period of time. Almost no acidity occurs because of the milder brewing process. For people with sensitive stomachs or heartburn, cold brew reduces stomach discomfort.

Once the cold brew concentrate is made you’ve got a whole range of options what you can do next. You can add sugar and cream for a rich morning drink. You can add sparkling water for a summer spritzer. The way you drink your cold brew is only bound by your imagination. Enjoy this list of large batch cold brewers, just in time for the summer heat.

The Bean Envy Cold Brew Coffee Maker

The Bean Envy Cold Brew Coffee Maker

Designed using thick, durable borosilicate glass, the Bean Envy cold brewer is fitted with a unique silicone sleeve to surround the bottom of the carafe to minimize the risk of slipping, cracking and prevention of condensation. The tight-fitting silicone cap included will keep your coffee tasting fresh. Stainless steel cap with a durable silicone rings to maintain freshness.

We don’t cut corners or spare any engineering costs when it comes to our products. The microdot filter delivers an amazing tasting and consistent quality brew each and every time.

The OXO Good Grips Cold Brewer

The OXO Good Grips Cold BrewerThis cold brew coffee maker was chosen because we understand the quality design at work within the realm of OXO and their coffee making creations. Coming in at a liter tank, you’ll enjoy the Rainmaker extraction lid, which helps extract more uniformly resulting in better flavor. So if large batch cold brew is what you want, this will help you truly hone in the recipe after a few uses. Also, comes equipped with ten filters, out of the box. So you can decide if the OXO filters are a good match for your cold brew process.

The OXO Good Grips Cold Brewer includes a borosilicate glass carafe that pairs with a stopper to keep coffee fresh in the refrigerator

Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate BrewerFiltron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer

Since cold brewing reduces the amount of acid in coffee, you’ll want something that makes storing your coffee easy. This one and a half liter brewer doubles as a great storage option. Comes with a coffee bowl, water bowl, filter pad, rubber stopper, grounds guard, and measuring cup. This is one of the most simple and effective cold brewers on the market. If you’re tired of getting extra grounds at the bottom of your cup then the grounds guard will come in handy!

The Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer is for those who appreciate a diverse brewer that can maintain minimalism.

Toddy Cold Brew System

Toddy Cold Brew SystemAnother liter and half cold brewer that will leave you impressed is the Toddy Cold Brewer. Toddy Cold Brew Systems have delighted baristas, food critics, and regular folks alike. By extracting the bitter acids and oils that other brewing methods leave behind, the Toddy Cold Brew System produces a smooth, low acid concentrate ideal for hot or iced coffee or tea.

The Toddy Cold Brew System makes it easy to prepare, brew, and clean when making big batches. The patented wool filters are reusable and help reduce sediment – it will be a super clean cold brew, and I think that’s what many of us are searching for ultimately. Toddy includes tons of resources including FAQ’s, drink recipes, and tips on their website.

Hario”Mizudashi” Cold Brew Coffee Pot

Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Coffee PotThe Hario company has been superbly designed coffee brewing gear since before you were born, and the Mizudashi cold brewer is no different. The Hario Mizudashi includes a simple metal mesh filter that is reusable and replaces the paper filter limiting waste.

The all in one design combining the brewer into the serving carafe limits the space the brewer takes up in the fridge. This means that it can easily fit into one of your racks in the fridge rather than taking a whole shelf. The unit takes up little space and stands at 8 inches for the smaller version and 11.5 inches for the larger unit. A glass carafe will eliminate absorption of old stale flavors that can be imparted with plastic.

Willow & Everett Airtight Cold Brew On Tap

Willow and Everett Airtight Cold Brew On TapAt one quart, gallon also available, the Willow & Everett Cold Brew On Tape is an airtight cold brewer that allows you to have a cold brew anytime while keeping it cool in the fridge. If you’re looking for something that’s on the casual side, perhaps entertaining for a barbeque.

The airtight lid seals tightly to the mason jar keeping your cold brew fresh for up to two weeks so you can brew once in a while but enjoy fresh, delicious cold brew every day. Our custom designed filter fits perfectly in the base and is easy to remove. The filter is made out of fine mesh, ensuring that no coffee grounds or residue escapes from the filter. The filter is made out of high-quality, food-grade stainless steel that is resistant to bending and tearing. This is a mark of originality on this list and makes for a different brewing experience entirely.

The Yama Cold Brew Tower

The Yama Cold Brew TowerThe Yama cold drip coffee tower is a very unique and beautiful looking piece of gear, designed to brew coffee on the countertop instead of in the fridge. This coffee and tea brewer is of a new contemporary design just introduced by Northwest Glass Designs and is definitely for the coffee devotee. The all in one unit includes a beautiful carved wooden stand that holds the four glass components and does it in style. The coffee, as it is extracted, will drip through a spiral glass tube and collect in a gorgeous globe shaped serving carafe that will definitely impress.

What makes this countertop brewer unique is that instead of fully immersing the coffee, the Yama Cold Brew Tower drips ice cold water over the grounds. This slow dripping of water gives you much more control over your brew and the strength of your coffee. You’ll also be able to watch as the coffee is brewed allowing you to increase or decrease the rate of flow for better results. If you’re out to impress, then this is the cold brewer for you.

La Table Chic Cold Brewer

La Table Chic Cold BrewerThis is an undoubtedly durable, ergonomic and practical cold brew coffee maker, that uses a stainless steel filter to infuse your tea or coffee. The airtight design helps to preserve the flavor of your cold brew coffee or iced tea for up to fourteen days, so you can enjoy it anytime you want without having to brew a new batch. That means you’ve got cold brew coffee on hand any time.

At a liter and a half, this cold brew can be prepared for an event if your guests are as crazy about cold brew as we are. The La Table Chic Cold Brewer is convenient and will save your money when you start preparing this great drink at home.


We hope that some of the brewers on this list will help you make a good amount of cold brew that will satisfy. The reason why so many people are switching to cold brewed coffee is that it not only tastes great but its extraction process lends to a lesser acidic coffee. Hot water helps to expedite the extraction process, but as it does so, it warms up the natural oils, fats, and soluble present in the coffee. This will alter the chemical composition and produce a more bitter aftertaste when cooled.

Cold brewing uses time instead of heat to extract those same fats, oils, and soluble but leaves the taste very much intact. If you’re interested in more coffee knowledge then we suggest you check out our many reviews and insights here.

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Brian Mounts

I have been working in the coffee industry since 2013 and have been a professional online publisher since 2009. I am the current owner of and I love all forms of coffee. I roast my own green coffee beans, grind them, and usually make my own coffee daily in either a french press, moka pot, or a pour over coffee dripper. I am a nut for equipment so many of my articles are reviews and comparisons of best selling coffee brewing accessories.

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