Lincoln Road Cold Brew Coffee

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Brewing handcrafted cold brew coffee in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains for you to enjoy however you please.

Lincoln Road Cold Brew, Enjoyed Hot

Our top priority is making a product that can be enjoyed by all any way you please. Luckily there is a few quick and easy ways to whip up a hot coffee with your Lincoln Road Cold Brew.  

1. Heat on the stovetop

The main concern here is to make sure your coffee does not come to a boil. Your now piping hot coffee is ready to pair with your favorite creamer or sweetener. One sip and you’ll be ready to get a jump on those New Year’s resolutions.

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2. Warm with a teakettle

Possibly the simplest way to heat your cold brew. Be sure coffee does not come to a boil here as well for best taste.

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3. Add hot steamed milk

Works best with cold brew at room temperature. Steam your favorite milk (or non-dairy substitute) in a glass and add the Lincoln Road Cold Brew. If you have the time to spare this method is worth the extra effort.

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Blog post by Blake Salyer

The cold brew coffee you love just got a festive twist

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Christmas is a magical time of year, and quite frankly, our favorite. Nothing compares to the joy of reuniting with friends and family, exchanging gifts, and basking in the Christmas cheer. We’ve decided to incorporate the Christmas spirit into our business by crafting a limited edition growler for our Straight Up nitro infused cold brew. Get one for yourself or for you and your loved ones to enjoy as you gather and swap stories this holiday season.

There are only 300 limited edition Christmas growlers available for purchase. To get yours just simply call, text, email, DM or place your order here on our website (local purchases will be hand delivered). Also, be on the lookout for announcements of pop-up events where you can purchase your Christmas growler. Merry Christmas from the Cold Brew Crew!

Blog post by Blake Salyers