In the fifties and sixties, the primary method used to brew coffee was with a coffee percolator. Today, most everyone I know uses the drip coffee method to brew their morning cup of coffee, which originated in the 1970’s with the Mr. Coffee brand drip coffee maker.
More recently, Keurig developed a method based on brewing single cups of coffee that has become quite popular. Keurig’s first brewer, the B2000, was made for office use and launched in 1998.
But throughout history, there have been many surprisingly different methods to brew coffee, and we’ve compiled a list cherry picked from Daily Shot Of Coffee.com. (Click ‘Next’ to see our list of the 14 Outrageous Ways To Make Coffee)