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Episode #24July. 9, 2015 34m 59s Download
In this episode: Joe Darnell and Eric Rauch

This week on the podcast, Eric and Joe talk about one of the more popular—yet lesser known—coffee makers that craft brewers love: the Hario V60. It’s the best ‘utilitarian’ coffee dripper, and has come to be Eric’s favorite brewing device.

Highlights and Show Notes

This week on the podcast, Eric and Joe talk about one of the more popular—yet lesser known—coffee makers that craft brewers love: the Hario V60. It’s the best ‘utilitarian’ coffee dripper, and has come to be Eric’s favorite brewing device.

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Show Notes & Links

The pour-over (or ‘drip-brew’) coffee method

Ceramic Hario V60 coffee dripper (in color and material options)

The Hario V60 Server Set that Eric uses

Melitta Bentz, inventor of pour-over coffee devices

Hario v60 Drip Decanter

Our review of the Chemex coffee maker: Episode 7

Chemex coffee maker nylon cleaning brush

Review of the Chick-fil-A “Hand-spun” Peach Milkshake

Hario glassware company

Our review of the French press: Episode 13

Ozeri Touch kitchen counter weight scale

Eric’s ‘Cold-brewed Coffee for Summer’ article