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Best Coffee Makers Made in the USA

We spent the time to track down the best coffee makers made in the USA for every type of preparation. No matter if you like drip, pour over, cold brew, or a French press – we found an option for you. Check out our top recommendations below along with the factors that we considered in our research.

Our Findings

Overall, we found 5 coffee makers made in the USA that we thought were worthy of a mention. We were really impressed with the rich bold flavor offered by Red Rooster brewed coffee and the convenience of the BUNN Speed Brew (despite a few drawbacks which we'll explain). The AeroPress is also a nice option for on-the-go. And these are just a few options! Everyone loves to make their coffee a little different, so we separated our top picks into various popular categories to help you choose the right option. Also, be sure to check out our recent findings for the best coffee mugs made in the USA and coffee grinders made in the USA.

Top Recommendations

Best Coffee Makers Best for:
BUNN Speed Brew Fastest Drip Coffee Maker
Red Rooster Pour Mason Pour Over Coffee Maker
AeroPress Affordable Coffee and Espresso Maker
Filtron Cold Brew Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Red Rooster Black Thermal Coffee Press French Press

Recommendations: Going Deeper

Below are deeper details about each of our top picks, along with what we liked, didn’t like, and where to get each one.

Fastest Drip Coffee Maker: BUNN Speed Brew


For a quick-brewed cup of rich coffee, the BUNN Speed Brew stands out. This high-performance coffee pot is designed and assembled in Springfield, Illinois, and makes a full carafe of coffee in just four minutes. We say "designed and assembled" because BUNN doesn't source 100% U.S. materials for these coffee makers. While that is certainly disappointed, we struggled to find any electric drip coffee makers that source 100% of the materials here, but BUNN came the closest and they are still supporting American workers.

It can make between four cups and ten cups of coffee in a single run, and is a fast solution when you don’t have much time in the morning. We love the drip-free glass carafe that comes with this coffee pot because it makes it easier to pour your coffee without the mess. The only other downside to this coffee pot over more standard units is that it must keep water heated at 200 degrees Fahrenheit at all times in order to offer such quick brew times. That means the brewer will use more power than other more standard options. Check out our full breakdown on BUNN for more.

What We Like

  • Brews coffee in around 4 minutes
  • Special engineered spray head
  • Lime tolerant sprayhead reduces mineral buildup
  • Drip-free carafe
  • 10 cup max capacity
  • 3 year warranty

What We Don't Like

  • Heats water all the time
  • Not all materials are US-sourced

Best Pour Over Coffee Maker: Red Rooster Pour Mason

Red Rooster offers a simple and effective design for great pour-over coffee every single time. The entire unit is just a funnel at the top that’s designed to hold filters perfectly. The kit comes with their leather Ball jar mug and wide mouth Cuppow as well. The pour-over won’t hold any flavors or smells, which means you’ll get great-tasting coffee every single time. We love the simple design of the Pour Mason and how easy it is to maintain. It’s easy to clean, simple to brew with, and can fit in any bag if you want to take it on the go. We love the little leather strap that it comes with too - this piece is certainly unique.

What We Like

  • Easy to use
  • Simple design
  • Can be refrigerated and consumed later

What We Don't Like

  • Takes proprietary filters

Best Affordable Coffee and Espresso Maker: AeroPress

Good espresso is expensive, which can keep people from enjoying it on a daily basis. Based in Palo Alto, CA, the AeroPress coffee maker made our top picks because it makes it easier to enjoy good espresso (and coffee) without the high cost. This simple coffee maker is very affordable, and produces top-quality coffee and espresso with a bit of practice. The unit itself is compact and produces between one and three cups of coffee at a time. By following the simple directions that come with this coffee maker, you can enjoy rich coffee that’s less bitter and acidic than other coffee varieties. We also love that it comes with 350 disposable filters to keep you going for nearly a year after your first purchase, but wish that the unit came with a reusable filter.

What We Like

  • Brews one to three cups
  • Lightweight and durable construction
  • Comes with 350 filters, a filter cap, holder and stirrer
  • Easy to use

What We Don't Like

  • Uses disposable filters

Best Cold Brew Coffee Maker: Filtron Cold Brew

The Filtron cold brew system is one of the most effective ways to produce a top quality cup of coffee that’s lower in acids. The kit features a basic water bowl, coffee bowl and decanter, and when used properly creates a coffee concentrate that can be transformed into delicious coffee whenever you want it. The system is extremely durable and can last through decades of regular use if cared for properly. If you want a cold brew system that works well, is simple design, and built to last, this is the one. Made in Westminster, California.

What We Like

  • Includes decanter, water bowl and coffee bowl
  • Simple system
  • Long lasting durability

What We Don't Like

  • A time-consuming process

Best French Press: Red Rooster Black Thermal Coffee Press

French press coffee is known for having a bold and rich flavor, and while not traditional, this Red Rooster Black Thermal Coffee Press is one of the best options made today. This coffee maker is crafted with a double-wall thermal feature and designed to hold up well over time. It’s made from tough stainless steel and works really well with the coffee mill from Red Rooster. We love how insulated this coffee maker is, helping your coffee stay warm for your return trips to the coffee pot throughout the morning. The maker produces up to four cups of coffee at one time, and is simple to clean.

What We Like

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Makes 4 cups of coffee
  • Holds temperature well
  • Affordable

What We Don't Like

  • None

Recap: Best Coffee Makers Made in the USA


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Factors We Considered

Easy to Use

We looked for simple and easy to use coffee makers. When testing for ease of use, we looked at how difficult it is to set timers, what work is involved when filling the reservoir, what it takes to clean the machine, and how difficult any additional features are that are built into the coffee maker. Sometimes the more complicated coffee makers can perform worse on this test because they are more difficult to use. Sometimes you just don't need to over complicate a good cup of coffee.

Easy to Clean

Your coffee maker needs to be easy to clean. Not only the carafe, but all of the smaller parts that are typically hard to clean. Good coffee makers will either have self-cleaning features or can be easily taken apart (and put back together) so that you can clean the parts that are harder to get to. If you don’t clean your coffee pot often, you increase the likelihood for calcium and mold buildup, especially for the older models.

Reliability

Good coffee makers should last for years of regular use. When looking at durability, the first thing we looked at is the carafe that comes with the maker, if there is one at all. We tested the feel and overall construction of this container to see how breakable it is, because it’s going to be the part moving around the most. After looking at the carafe, we looked at all the other moving parts to determine possible weak points on the coffee maker. The machines with the fewest number of weak points were deemed the most durable during our testing period. We also focused on coffee makers that use thick plastics and metals for maximum strength.

Value & Price

Of course, we want to make sure that you’re getting the best coffee maker for your money. We eliminated 7 brands where we thought the quality of the coffee maker didn’t live up to the expensive price point.

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