Four Fundamentals of Brewing

There might be four fundamentals, but there are also many different levels of brew setups! Mix and Match, but here are a couple options!

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Simple yet effective

If you want something simple, effective, and really almost thought free you can really upgrade your setup for about 200 dollars!

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Complicated but Cool

Pretty Darn Affordable. But this is about 300 dollars of fun to make certain you are brewing real nice.

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Affordable and Affable

THIS might be the best option yet. Under 200 dollars and easily make a cup a Joe you can’t argue with!

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Ball outta Control!

You want our dream setup? Here it is.

The Easiest & Best Cold Brü is also CHEAP!


Welcome to the official MoonGoat Guide to Cold Brew at home! Here is what you need to get the job done:



  • Hot Water Kettle

  • Ice

  • Spoon

So on to the guide you’ve all been waiting for…

  1. Line the Glass jar with your Filter Bag

  2. Empty your Grounds (carefully) inside

  3. Add Water, slowly and to the top!

  4. Stir, you may need to top off with water as the grounds hydrate.

  5. Lid, and fingertip tight- no need for air.

  6. Wait, 8-16 hours depending on how full-bodied you want it!

    (These pictures were 17 hours, longer doesn't hurt!)

7. Lift out the Bag, a little to the left, a little to the right, let it rest on top until it drips the last drop.

8. Compost the grounds, perhaps the filter too.

9. Top off with Water, shake it up!

10. Filter if you want a nice clean cup, drink straight if you want to get going! (Left cup shows filtered, right shows the little bit of grit left in)


Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions, or provide feedback!

Totally Optional, but will make your coffee a bit brighter and stronger:

  • At step 3 Substitute a liter of the water for the hot stuff! Just off the boil.

  • Stir that up for a solid 30 seconds, then…

  • ICE. Stop that brewing by chilling it. Then fill with room temp water.

When you do a hot strike and a cold shock, you can shorten your time brewing by half. I have found 4-8 hours being great. This is a true overnight method.