How to build a keurig machine that is cheaper than a conventional coffee machine
A company is making the case for a new way of brewing coffee.
The idea is simple: A coffee machine that uses a system of filters that can be placed on the ground or placed in a glass jar to brew coffee.
That way, when a kegerator is added to a kitchen or bathroom, the coffee doesn’t have to be strained and extracted from the coffee grounds.
The company, Keurig, is partnering with KegStar, a company that makes glass and plastic coffee jugs.
A Kegstar coffee mug will retail for about $1,000, and it will have a lid that can slide out when the coffee is ready.
It will also have a touch-screen interface that will display the time of day, the brew date and a calendar with reminders for how much time is left in the brew.
The device has a capacity of about 2,000 cups of coffee, which will be made in the company’s new plant in Upstate New York.
And it’s still pretty cheap, at about $70 per cup.
It is not without problems.
The Keurigan machines are designed for large-scale production, and they need to be set up with a timer to ensure that they don’t run out of steam or break down.
And the glass jugs need to have a protective coating on them to keep them from cracking.
There are other challenges too, though.
The keurigs are made from stainless steel, which has been a bit of a sore spot for the company.
And while the company has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to make its machines safe, some of the more expensive parts of the machine can’t be made at all.
To solve that, the company is going to be offering the Keurigs for sale on its website.
They are also available through other outlets like KegStore and on KegMasters.com.
The coffee will be available in four flavors, and the Keetzer Kefir is one of the flavors, which includes vanilla, mint and chocolate.
The other flavors include strawberry, strawberry lemonade, coconut milk, coconut chocolate and strawberry.
Each unit will be $15, and each can be preordered online or by calling 1-800-KegStar.