It’s not only high-end coffee shops embracing the nitro coffee trend. Nitro coffee offers customers a totally different coffee drinking experience, from the visuals to the mouthfeel. Not to mention the fact that they can ditch the dairy without giving up a creamy texture. So while more coffee shop owners are bringing nitro brew on-board, there are also plenty of restaurants, pubs, and even convenience store owners looking for ways to keep nitro coffee on tap.
If you want to get in on the hottest trend in beverages, then you need to decide which nitro cold brew coffee maker is right for your business.
There are plenty of options out there. You’ll need to choose between kegerators and kettles, inline systems, and tabletop machines. But the choice doesn’t have to be a difficult one.
Here are some helpful tips for finding the right nitro cold brew coffee maker for your business. We’ll also give you insight on some things you’ll want to watch out for to avoid nitro-related regret.
One of the solutions offered to business owners searching for commercial nitro cold brew coffee maker is a kegerator system. Kegs can be an attractive option initially. They are inexpensive, hold a lot of cold brew, and are easy to install on-site. But they aren’t without drawbacks. The disadvantages of a kegerator should be carefully considered before investing your money.
One of the biggest issues with a keg system is consumables. When you go the keg route, you’ll need to buy nitrogen tanks. Tanks aren’t cheap. Depending on how often you are serving nitro coffee (and hopefully that’s pretty often), you’ll need to buy replacement tanks on a regular basis. This is an issue for a couple of reasons. First, you’ll need to make sure that you have extra nitrogen tanks when you need them. The last thing you want is to run out of nitro coffee when demand is high. Second, it’s wasteful. Consumables increase your business’ carbon footprint, even if it’s something as simple as driving to refill your nitrogen tanks.
The cost of nitrogen tanks adds up over time, too. nitro coffee is a beverage trend that isn’t going away anytime soon. If anything, the demand for this beverage is only getting stronger. That means you’ll be using your new commercial nitro cold brew coffee maker for years to come. So how much money will you be spending on tanks during that time? There is a good chance you’ll end up spending more money on a keg system than you would another commercial nitro cold brew coffee maker. It’s worth doing the math to see when and if you’ll come out ahead on costs.
Business owners know the easier something is to use, the more willing your team will be to use it. If nitro coffee is difficult to make or they dread replacing the tank when it runs out, then your team is going to be less likely to promote nitro coffee to your customers. If it’s an easy way to increase the day’s sales, then it becomes an easy upsell to everyone who walks through the door. Finding the easiest system to use will help you get the most out of your investment.
So which commercial nitro cold coffee maker should you invest in? Here are three great options and why they may be right for your business.
This system allows you to prepare and serve up to three nitro coffees at a time. That’s a great way to offer customized flavors to your customers, too, an added value that will have them coming back for more. The air compressor included with the system charges the kettle with nitrogen, so there are no consumables to replace, ever. Each beverage takes only minutes to prepare and is as easy as pressing a button to make.
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An nitro cold brew coffee maker inline system gives you the most options, really allowing you to customize for your space and needs. You can choose the number of taps that you want, mixing up your nitro and still cold brew taps as well. This system works with a keg, too, so if you already have a keg in place you can upgrade to the NitroBrew system. The bonus is you can use it either with or without nitrogen. Using it without nitrogen is the perfect solution to cut down on costs when you are serving the brew immediately. If you want to keep a large amount of cold brew on tap over a longer period of time, you can choose to use nitrogen gas to infuse your cold brew. Lots of different options make this a versatile solution for a commercial nitro machine.
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This tabletop system is an elegant commercial solution. It’s ideal for use in a restaurant as well as for special events and conferences. It’s even the perfect size for a food truck, opening up new revenue streams for your business. This is another system that can use either nitrogen gas or an air compressor to infuse the cold brew coffee. You can choose which option is best for your cash flow and your customers.
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Get in touch with us! We can help you unravel the world of nitro cold brew coffee maker and determine which one is right for your business. The right machine will depend on your projected sales volume, facility, and long-term goals for your nitro coffee business. Whether you have a high-end coffee shop or a convenience store on the corner, nitro coffee can be a great investment in your business’ future. We’ll help you find the right machine and teach you how to put it to work. Contact the NitroBrew team today to learn more about all our commercial nitro coffee solutions.
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What do you recommend for a coffee shop that serves atleast 200 customers a day. Which one do you recommend and the pricing
Our inline systems like a micro nitro or the tabletop systems. Please call or email us and we will be happy to help!
I’m the owner of maze Cafe in Saudi Arabia. I would like to get netro cold brew to the country. I need to know the options, prices, differences and details of what you have Also please leave me a phone number to call when needed
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Can you please send me information on the different nitro systems. I would most likely be using a nitrogen generator rather than cylinders
Ed, if you have nitrogen generators, all you would need are the kettles and the charger for single serve systems or the NitroBrew infusion module or Tabletop system for tap systems. Please send us an email directly to email@example.com
I’m in the process of designing and customizing a coffee truck and we are interested in both Nitro and cold brew coffee. I have been researching the kegerator route, but after reading this information, i’m interested to find out more about other options. Could you help me out.
Sounds like Tim tried to reach out to you on several occasions and got no response. If you are still interested please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d like to consider offering a nitro brew coffee in our coffee shops. I like the idea of the compressor unit to charge our already popular cold brew by the cup on demand. I don’t like waste so this seems to make sense if I understand it properly. And there is no consumable there either correct? The compressor and coffee is all we need to make the nitro brew coffee?
Hope you are using the NitroBrew systems. How do you like it? I know it has been more than a month since you ordered systems from us. Any questions we are here to help!
Hi, I’d like to enquire about purchasing equipment to produce cold brew in India. I’m looking to produce between 200 to 500 litres.
Hope you followed up with our distributor in India. Any questions, call or email us please. Thank you!
We are in the initial stages of researching nitro coffee for our shop and would love some additional information.
Tim reached out to you in May and said you were still in the planning stages. If there is anything you need from us please reach out via emial or just call our office. Thank you!