AeroPress Brewing Guide

The AeroPress is an innovative product that consistently makes excellent coffee. Whether at home, in the office, on a camping trip, or at a hotel, the AeroPress enables you to make smooth and rich coffee without any bitterness.


For over a decade Aerobie, Inc. was known both for brewing delicious coffee and astonishing sport toy performance. It was an unusual pairing that drew a great deal of attention from every type of major media around the world.

It was invented by Alan Adler in 2005 with the aim to brew a single cup of coffee in one sitting. It’s portable, fast, and reliable – everything you could want from coffee maker.

Even better, it’s simple to use. Once you’ve read our guide, you’ll become an AeroPress pro!

What You Need

  • AeroPress
  • AeroPress Filter Papers
  • 15-18 grams of Coffee (fine grind)
  • A kettle
  • A mug


  1. Boil 7 oz (200 g) of water.
  2. Weigh out 15–18 grams of coffee in fine grind (depending on your preferred strength).
  3. Insert an AeroPress filter paper in the AeroPress’s detachable plastic cap.
  4. Assemble your AeroPress without the plunger. Make sure the entire assembly is dry, since any residual moisture can compromise the device’s seal.
  5. Wet the filter paper slightly before brewing begins.
  6. Add your coffee inside the AeroPress.
  7. Start pouring the water (it should be just short of boiling by now).
  8. Start pouring the water in up to around the number 4 on the AeroPress – ensuring that all of the grind is wet.
  9. Insert the plunger and slowly push for around 20-30 seconds.

A convenient and easy way to brew coffee – and great for on the go!

You can purchase our AeroPress kit here.