THE FACTS: BRASS CLOVER COLD BREW COFFEE
So what's all the hype about cold brew coffee, you ask? For starters, cold brew coffee, by nature of the brewing process, finishes with particularly smooth and balanced flavors, and a noticeable dose of natural sweetness due to the low levels of acidity. Rather than the traditional brewing process that extracts coffee using hot water, cold brew coffee is made using cold water and slowly extracting the coffee over an extended period of time. The result is a smooth, bold, and much less bitter coffee.
1. WHERE CAN I FIND BRASS CLOVER COLD BREW COFFEES?
For a complete list of our restaurant, grocer and retail partners, please visit the Stockists tab.
2. HOW CAN WE BECOME A WHOLESALE STOCKIST?
We deliver kegs of our Nitro Cold Brew Coffee, Session Cold Brew, and Still Cold Brew on draft, and bottles of The Standard Black Craft Cold Brew to local restaurants, grocers, and retail accounts. For details on our wholesale program, please complete the inquiry form on our Wholesale page.
3. DOES BRASS CLOVER PROVIDE CATERING?
The Brass Nitro Pop-Up Coffee Bar is available to provide on-site nitrogen-infused and still cold brew coffee service for your party or special event. For more information, drop us a note using the form available on the Contact page.
4. CAN I GET BRASS CLOVER ON TAP AT HOME?
Brass Clover cold brew coffee is available in five gallon Cornelius kegs that are perfect for dual coffee drinker homes. Take advantage of our exclusive vendor relationships that offer special pricing on counter-top dispensing solutions and home kegerator systems. The best part? We handle delivery and setup for you! If you already have a kegerator system, even better. Drop us a note using the form available on the Contact page for questions about how to get Brass Clover on tap.
5. HOW LONG DOES BRASS CLOVER COLD BREW STAY FRESH?
Brass Clover's Nitro Cold Brew Coffee kegs are infused with nitrogen to preserve the freshness of your cold brew coffee for up to two months if properly stored and refrigerated. We recommend you enjoy your bottled cold brew coffee by the date noted on the bottle, which is a month from the day our coffees are brewed and bottled.