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In this section, we cover it all - tips and tricks, and how-tos for brewing with your favorite coffee gear. Take a look through our collection of articles and videos and learn how to make the best out of your brewing equipment!
So you're ready to start pulling shots? Welcome to our world! In this beginner's guide, Chris will walk through all the basic of making espresso. Grab your gear, then open wide: one heaping spoonful of espresso skills is coming right up.
The Kalita Wave dripper is the newest manual pour over brewer in the universe – and it's worlds apart from the rest. With wavy paper filters, a flat-bottom brewing chamber, and complementary accessories, Kalita's coffee-making system both offers a unique experience and produces a distinct cup.
Hario's V60 dripper is built for precision in brewing, with a unique design that allows you to dial in your perfect cup of coffee. A popular choice in many coffee bars for its shorter brew times and memorable flavors, the V60 gives an even brew that lands right in your cup. In this video, Chris walks through what you'll want to know and the products you’ll need to get the best cup from this little brewer that we really like. We think you’ll like it, too.
Few coffee brewers capture attention quite like the Walkure. Although it’s one of the most unique brewers it’s also one of the most approachable. No fancy gooseneck kettles, pouring techniques, or accessories required -- just a grinder, coffee, and hot water. Let’s discuss the Walkure in a bit more detail, then dive in and get brewing!
Just when it was getting crowded in the manual brewing scene - when we knew we didn’t need another device to brew better coffee - one dripper stepped out and clearly distinguished itself from the rest. The December Dripper is an innovative, thoughtfully designed brewing tool that offers more versatility and flavor possibilities than any dripper before it.
Brewing with Walkure's porcelain coffeemakers is surprisingly simple. A ceramic dispersion plate forgives sloppy technique and the built-in porcelain grid eliminates the need for disposable filters. With a quality burr grinder and hot water source, you're all set to embark on your most exciting brewing adventure yet.