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RJ_Bat
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Posted Sun Nov 27, 2011, 3:49pm
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

Anybody else trying adding some ice to the brew chamber of hot water
_before_ pressing?  This cools the coffee and should stop/retard
extraction during the press phase as the ice melts.

I have trouble with consistent pressing time takes and sometimes
overextract because of it.  So I've have found adding ice before
pressing helps improve my consistency.
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Posted Thu Dec 1, 2011, 5:25pm
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

I've used this method with a lot of success at our farmers market stand this year. We were cold brewing the regular iced coffee, but we're using the aeropress for the decaf iced coffee. The feedback was almost always instantaneous and positive. We got a groupie like following of decaf iced coffee drinkers. Odd thing, normally.

Phil
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Posted Thu Dec 8, 2011, 1:18am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

until now the only time I drink iced coffee is if I get busy working and my cup gets cold. I am going out to buy a cold press tomorrow and try this new way out.
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Posted Wed Jan 4, 2012, 6:29am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

Hi MarkPrince! Nice article! Especially the step by step of the Aeropress Iced Coffee.
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Mr_Coffee_Hat
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Posted Thu Apr 12, 2012, 3:28am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

I had just made my first cup of aero press coffee this morning! Awesome article. Thanks for the tip :)
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costeau
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Posted Tue Apr 29, 2014, 8:56am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Iced Coffee
 

Well-written article, as usual. :)

For anyone who's worried about shattering the cup or glass when plunging, I recommend getting a support bracket that can take the weight off the glass.
Some manufacturers, like uBrew and Zario, make dedicated brew stations, that can accommodate both Aeropress and many manual drip brewers (e.g. V60 and Zero Japan).

I use the uBrew Brew Station, which is stiff and strong enough for me to practically lean on the Aeropress until it starts hissing (and I'm not a lightweight, mind you).
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manveruppd
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Posted Sun Jun 1, 2014, 8:56am
Subject: Re: Aeropress Cold Brew Coffee
 

But this is a cold, brewed coffee ;)
Ah, the power of the humble comma! ;)
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