How to Make the Best Homebrewed Low Acidity Coffee

How to Make the Best Homebrewed Low Acidity Coffee

How to Make the Best Homebrewed Low Acidity Coffee

Something spectacular happened about 2 months ago now – our coffee maker broke. After the initial shock and horror wore off, we decided to pursue the brewing of a better cup of coffee. We were aiming for something both flavorful and low acidity, since my wife has a highly sensitive stomach and we both love our morning cup of joe. This is what we landed on.

Shopping List:

  1. 1 x Half pound bag of Guatemalan French Roast (whole beans) from Dunn Bros. ($10-$14)
  2. 2 x 5 liter glass jugs. These can be oddly expensive to buy, but you can get a cheap table wine in a 5L jug for $15 and just reuse the jugs. Also, the wine jugs come with a cap, which helps for shaking things up without a horrible mess.
  3. 1 x Aerobie Aeropress. ($22 on Amazon) Perhaps there’s another way to filter coffee as effectively, but we found using the Aeropress works a whole lot better than anything else we tried.
  4. 1 x funnel

How-to

  1. Grind 1/2 pound (8 oz.) of beans and funnel them into the 5L jug.
  2. Fill remainder of jug w/ filtered water.
  3. Cap the jug and place it in a dark place at room temperature for 20-24 hours.
  4. After the 20-24 hours is up, filter the entire coffee mixture with the Aeropress into a new jug. Replace the filter every 3rd load. The coffee gets a bit acidic if you overuse the filters.
  5. Store the filtered coffee in your fridge.
  6. Drink at your leisure.

Give it a shot. It definitely adds a notch or two to your quality of life in the early morning.

-Dusty.

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