Nitro Coffee and Tea

Cold-brewed coffee is created by steeping ground beans in cold water for up to 12 hours. But instead of being served immediately, the coffee is then kegged. When it’s ready to be poured, the coffee is pushed out through a metal tube from the bottom of the keg using a nitrogen/carbon dioxide mixture. Like a nice stout beer, the coffee comes out cloudy, then separates into a darker brew with a lighter head. And the bubbles from the nitrogen give it a creamy, smooth flavor even when you drink it black. *All cold brew coffee flavors can have Nitro added.