Coffee Makers Made in the USA

Below, you will find a list of top rated coffee makers that are manufactured in the USA. Feel free to contact me if you think any of the information below is incorrect or if you know of a coffee maker that could be added to this list.

Please note: Although I’ve put together this list after extensive research and with what I believe is accurate information, DO NOT assume all information on this page is correct without first checking with the manufacturer. Companies are frequently changing where and how they manufacture their coffee makers, so make sure you always check with the coffee maker’s manufacturer before making any purchasing decision.

Also, please be aware that some of the coffee makers on this list may be assembled in the USA, but not all parts necessarily manufactured in the USA. If the distinction is important to you, contact the manufacturer to get the best answer.

Since USA made coffee makers are so hard to find these days, I decided to put together a guide with 5 coffee making tools that are made here in the USA. Click the image below to get instant access:

Coffee Maker Review: Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer

The Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate brewer is a popular option for those who prefer cold brew coffee. With a coffee concentrate that can be used to make iced coffee and great lattes, combined with a simple, easy-to-use design, this is a brewer that buyers should consider. And it’s USA made and BPA free to…

Coffee Maker Review: The Aerobie Aeropress

I’ve been brewing coffee with the for several years now, and it’s still working just as great as the day I bought it. For those who of us who have just been introduced to the (yes, it’s made by that same frisbee company), welcome to one of the coffee industry’s biggest cults. This ugly plastic…

Coffee Maker Review: Chemex 6 Cup Glass Coffee Maker

The first time I laid eyes on the  coffee brewer was in my friend’s apartment. My initial reaction was confusion: “a decanter for coffee?” Well, turns out that decanting has pretty much nothing to do with it, and that would make sense given that the longer you wait to drink your coffee, the colder it’s…

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