CM Becker

CM Becker is known for their high quality disconnects, faucets and other draft beer and soda parts. When it comes to parts and fittings for your kegs and draft system, CM Becker is the name you should trust.

CMB disconnects, Faucets and other products are all manufactured in Germany.

Cold Brew and Nitro Coffee

Looking to serve cold brew coffee on tap? How about nitro coffee from a stout faucet so it pours rich and creamy like a glass of Guinness? Either way, we've got you covered. We've helped a large number of coffee shops get setup with nitrogen draft systems for serving coffee on tap. Nitro coffee (nitrogen-infused coffee) is gaining popularity and we can show you how to make and serve it!

Not quite sure what you want or need yet? No problem, you can download our free EBOOK The Ultimate Guide to Cold Brew Coffee and Serving Coffee on Draft. Or maybe you want to get a little more in depth with draft and nitro coffee, if so, you can check out our co-branded EBOOK The Definitive Guide to Draft Coffee that has over 60 pages of information. Or check out our blog to see view our articles on cold brew and draft coffee. If you need one on one help, you can contact us with any other questions you might have.

How to Setup a Kegerator to Serve Nitro Coffee

What is Cold Brew Coffee?

Cold brew coffee is a beloved beverage that has taken the coffee world by storm in recent years. Unlike traditional hot-brewed coffee, which is prepared by steeping ground coffee beans in hot water for a relatively short period of time, cold brew coffee is made by steeping coarsely ground coffee beans in cold or room temperature water over an extended period, typically 12 to 24 hours. This unique brewing process results in a much smoother and less acidic coffee experience.

To make cold brew coffee, you just start with coarsely ground coffee beans.  The coffee grounds are combined with cold or room-temperature water in your cold brew coffee maker. The mixture is then left to steep for an extended period of time, generally 12-24 hours.

The extended steeping time allows the cold water to gradually extract the flavors without the acid that is drawn in the hot brewing process. The result is either a ready-to-drink, or a concentrated (depending on your brewing ratios) coffee that is less acidic and less bitter than hot-brewed coffee. This concentrate can be diluted with water, milk, or your preferred liquid to achieve your desired strength and flavor profile.

One of the most appealing aspects of cold brew coffee is its versatility. It can be served over ice, sweetened with syrups or flavored with various additives like vanilla, cinnamon, or cocoa.  More recently, cold brew has been served on draft for on-demand iced coffee or infused with nitrogen as nitro coffee. 

Cold brew coffee is not only a delightful summer drink but also a convenient option for those who enjoy their caffeine fix without the need for hot water or complex brewing equipment. It's known for being refreshing, convenient, and offering a unique coffee experience with its distinct flavor profile. Whether you're sipping it straight, mixing it into cocktails, or creating your signature cold brew concoctions, this chilled coffee creation has truly earned its place in the world of coffee culture.

What is Nitro Coffee (Nitrogen Infused Coffee)

Nitro coffee is just cold brewed coffee that has been infused with nitrogen. Nitro coffee = Nitrogen-infused Coffee. Looking for a more in-depth look at nitro coffee? Check out this blog post What is Nitro Coffee.  In summary, nitro coffee offers a range of advantages, including a smooth and creamy texture, reduced acidity, enhanced flavor profile, convenience, and eye-catching presentation. Its versatility and customizable nature make it a popular choice for coffee lovers and businesses looking to differentiate their offerings in the competitive coffee market.

How to Make Nitro Coffee (Nitrogen Infused Coffee)

Making nitro coffee involves forcing nitrogen into the coffee. Essentially, infusing the coffee with nitrogen. This process is also known as nitrogenating or nitrogenation. If you're interested in making nitro coffee for yourself, you can take a look at our blog post How to Make Nitro Coffee.


Check out some of our customers who are currently serving draft and/or nitro coffee