I would like to bottle and sell cold brew coffee, but I have a couple of questions:

  • How long can it stay good in a bottle?  This is my biggest concern.  Whenever we brew, it keeps well for a few days but the flavors begin to change after that.  Does anyone have any ideas?  Is there a way to stabilize - we don't want to use preservatives, but maybe there's an option I'm not aware of.
  • How to bottle?  All we know is that you have to use a licensed facility, which we are not.  Does anyone have any experience finding one?  Or maybe there's another option I'm not thinking of....

Any advice would be appreciated and thanks!

Mike

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Cuvée is doing some interesting things with nitrogen fed kegs. Outside of that, I'm not super knowledgeable about bottling. I always thought if it was airtight, it would keep for a little while without preservatives.


Great question and I'm looking forward to reading more answers in the post.

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