Reviews and Problems with Hamilton Beach BrewStation
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Excellent carafe-free coffee maker, a few minor design changes from older models gives it a 4 star rating
19 August 2015
Summary: This is our second Brew Station in about 15 years. We obviously liked the old one enough to replace it with another when it finally gave up, but there are some differences. The Brew Station line brews whole pots of coffee, but inside the machine instead of a traditional glass carafe.
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for my one cup coffee maker that bit the dust., you know which one. The positive reviews are justified. We started buying regular coffee beans and grinding them at the store. Coffee gets stored in air tight containers which keep it pretty fresh.
Summary: This Hamilton Beach 40540 Brew Station is a very nice machine with the nice feature of your being able to fill your cup with ease. However, it does "drip" so you need to place something under the cup dispenser to catch the drips or your table will be coffee-soaked.
Not really 40 cups, but good quality for the price.
lisamarie_lmj "LMJ", Amazon
2 April 2015
Summary: If you drink 6 oz drinks then, yes, it's a 40 cup brew station...but even small coffee cups hold more than 6 oz...it's more like 20-25 cups. However, it heats within minutes and is pretty quiet. It was great for a baby shower that hosted 45 people - I just had to refill it.
Summary: Love this brew station. My only complaint is that the pour area could be a little "taller" so that a larger cup could fit. We buy 12 oz cups for our sunday school and the station has to be scooted to the edge of the counter for the cup to fit properly.
Summary: I love this coffee maker. I like that you push a button and you can dispense a cup anytime while it is brewing. I also will make really strong coffee by selecting bold on the screen. It is easy to clean. The only thing I don't like is when you pour water into the coffee maker it tends to drip.
Summary: This is a good coffee maker, except if you want to brew a full 12 cups it spills down the back and you end up with a wet counter. I fill to the 12 mark, it always leaks out the hole in the back. Good maker, with a just one problem.
William Hubschwerlin "William Hubschwerlin", Amazon
10 August 2013
Summary: Bought the scope coffee maker originally. Never got the water hot enough. Brewmaster on the other hand, makes hotter water. Contrary to other reviewers have had no issued with coffee dripping from the back, either with a big mug or tumbler.