Hamilton Beach FlexBrew

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Unique setup that gives you the choice of using coffee beans or pods.
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From single-serve to a full pot of coffee – maximize your brewing flexibility.

No two coffee drinkers are the same – so when you make coffee at home, the flexibility to customize how and what you brew is key. From fresh grounds to K-Cups ®*, the Hamilton Beach® FlexBrew® 2-Way Coffee Maker gives you the options to please fans of all types of coffees and quantities. Brew a full pot using your favorite grounds on the carafe side, or make a cup for yourself using a K-cup or grounds on the single-serve side.
Each side has an easy-fill water reservoir with separate windows, so there’s never any confusion or over-filling. You can also choose between regular or bold brew strength on both sides. The full-pot side brews up to 12 cups of coffee using grounds. It includes a programmable clock with 2-hour keep warm cycle and automatic shutoff, automatic pause and serve. The single-serve side can brew up to 10 oz. with a K-cup pack, or 14 oz. travel mug with grounds. A removable cup rest doubles as a storage container for single-serve packs or to hold the brew basket.
 

Two Ways to Brew

Enjoy all the perks of a 2-in-1 appliance with the Hamilton Beach FlexBrew. The 2-way coffee maker doubles as a single-serve coffeemaker and a full, 12-cup pot machine.
Easy to Fill Water Reservoirs
Each brewer has its own water reservoir that’s easy to fill and features a water window, so you always know which brewer has how much water.
Choose Your Brew Strength
Get your preferred brew flavor with two brewing strengths – choose from bold or regular.
 

FULL POT FEATURES

Programmable to Fit Your Schedule
The coffee pot’s digital clock is easy to program and you can set your brew time up to 24 hours in advance. Auto Pause & Serve
Auto pause & serve lets you remove the carafe and pour a cup during the brewing process without any dripping. Auto Shutoff for Peace of Mind
With a 2-hour keep warm cycle with automatic shutoff, you won’t have to wonder if you left the pot on.
 

SINGLE-SERVE FEATURES

Brew With or Without K-Cups
Whether you’re a steadfast pack user or prefer your own grounds, you can do either on the single-serve side. A pack holder and single-serve brew basket are included. Cup Rest with Storage Area
Use the adjustable cup rest to not only fit your favorite mug in just right but to also hold K-cup pack holder or the single-serve brew basket. Easy Cleaning
The pack-piercing assembly tool removes for easy cleaning to prevent clogging that can sometimes occur with frequent use.
 

HOW TO BREW A SINGLE CUP OF COFFEE USING SINGLE-SERVE PACKS

Press the single-serve button, then lift the lid latch until the lid clicks open. Be sure the funnel is in place, then place a single-serve pack into the removable single-serve pack holder in the funnel. Close the lid, pressing firmly to pierce the single-serve pack. Lift the single-serve water reservoir lid, fill your mug with water (MAX of 10 oz. for single-serve packs), and add the water to the reservoir. Close the lid, then press the BREW STRENGTH button to select regular or bold. Press the BREW NOW button to start brewing. The coffee maker will automatically shut off when brewing is complete. Test Kitchen Tip: Remove the cup rest when brewing for a travel mug.
 

HOW TO BREW A SINGLE CUP OF COFFEE USING GROUND COFFEE

Press the single-serve button, then lift the lid latch until the lid clicks open. Be sure the funnel is in place, then add ground coffee to the brown removable brew basket (3 TBSP MAX). Place the brew basket into the funnel, then close the lid firmly. Fill the water reservoir (MAX of 14 oz. for ground coffee). Press the BREW NOW button to start brewing. The coffee maker will automatically shut off when brewing is complete.
 

HOW TO BREW A FULL POT OF COFFEE

Press the carafe button, then lift the lid and remove the brew basket. Place a paper coffee filter into the brew basket. For each cup of coffee being made, place one level tablespoon of grounds into the filter. Put the brew basket back into the brew basket holder, then fill the carafe with up to 12 cups of cold water and pour into the carafe water reservoir. Place the carafe, with the carafe lid attached, on the warming plate. Press the BREW STRENGTH button to change the strength to BOLD. Press the BREW NOW button to start brewing. The brew indicator light will light up to show the coffee maker is on. The Automatic Shutoff feature shuts off the coffee maker two hours after the brew cycle starts. Test Kitchen Tip: To serve coffee while still brewing on the carafe side, remove the carafe and pour a cup. By removing the carafe, the flow of coffee will stop until the carafe is replaced. Be sure to replace the carafe within 20 seconds of being removed to prevent overflow.
 

TEST KITCHEN TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST-TASTING COFFEE

All coffees are made from either arabica beans or robusta beans, or some combination of both. Arabica beans are slightly more expensive but tend to produce a better-tasting coffee.Ground coffee will become stale much faster than whole beans. If buying pre-ground coffee, choose a package with the latest expiration date or a smaller quantity. Learn more about how to keep your coffee fresh and store it properly. Use approximately 1 TBSP of grounds for each cup of coffee being made. To avoid overflow, use 3/4 TBSP when brewing decaf or flavored coffees. Make sure your coffee maker is clean! Learn how with our tips for how to clean your coffee maker. Don’t believe us? Find out our top 10 reasons to clean your coffee maker. Find out more with our Test Kitchen’s top 5 tips for making the best coffee.
 
*Keurig and K-CUP are registered trademarks of Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. Use of the Keurig and K-CUP trademarks does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

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