Stumptown Coffee Roasters’ newest cold brew product is a nitro cold brew in a can. Say what?
For the uninitiated, nitro cold brew is poured like a Guinness, which “helps to create tiny nitrogen bubbles and forces them into the cold brew using very controlled high pressure.” The result: an incredibly creamy mouthfeel, plus a dramatic cascading effect. Check it out:
The nitro cold brew first hit Stumptown cafes in June 2013. The Portland-based coffee company has previously released cold brew in mini-kegs and cartons—and now comes the can, which will accompany its already-popular glass-bottled “stubbies.”
Stumptown nitro cold brew will set you back between $5.00-$5.50 per can. The cans will be released in all Stumptown cafes starting today, and will be available in grocery test markets like Southern California Whole Foods stores and New Seasons Markets in Oregon.
Here’s a great slow-mo vid of someone cracking a can of Nitro Cold Brew.