HB Single Serve Grind & Brew Coffeemaker

SS Grind & Brew Coffeemaker

By Hamilton Beach

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One of the keys to great tasting coffee is using freshly ground beans. With the Grind and Brew Single Serve Coffeemaker, you can grind your favourite coffee beans and brew up to 16 ounces of fresh coffee immediately. Just fill the bean chamber, add water, and press the Grind/Brew button. The coffeemaker will automatically grind the beans and dispense the ground coffee into the brew basket. An automatic rinse will clean the grinding chamber to prevent clogging. Alternatively, you can also add pre-ground coffee into the permanent filter basket and press the Brew button. An adjustable cup rest fits a traditional mug as well as a travel mug. The Grind and Brew Singe Serve Coffeemaker can make two 8-ounce cups of coffee at once which is great for starting the morning. The dual spout delivers two streams of coffee at the same time. Your morning cup will taste fresh and be easier to make when the Grind and Brew Single-Serve Coffeemaker is a part of your daily routine.
● Grind & Brew up to 16 oz of coffee or use store bought pre-ground coffee
● Automatic rinse
● 2 coffee streams
● Adjustable height
● Fits virtually any travel mug
● Modern design
● Removable drip tray


Assembled Height
15.6 in
Assembled Length
8.5 in
Assembled Weight
7.1 lb
Assembled Width
11 in
Built-in Grinder
Model Number
Supplier Warranty Type
5 Years
Hamilton Beach
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
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Ratings & Reviews+

HB Single Serve Grind & Brew Coffeemaker is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 94.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well-built single cup brewer with just a few cons. I received this brewer from Walmart about a week ago. Since then I've been making my between-breakfast-and-lunch coffee with it every day. While the Hamilton Beach brews a good cup of coffee using exactly the same measurements that I do with my usual coffee gear—a Technivorm Moccamaster brewer and a Baratza burr grinder— the results are quite different. Also, before I begin the review in earnest, let me point out that your results will be best if you follow the directions in your owner's manual. The Pros Coffee is easy to make with the Grind and Brew Coffee Maker, just add 16 ounces of water to the reservoir and 4 tablespoons of ground coffee to the permanent filter basket and in about 5 minutes your coffee will have brewed and the machine will turn itself off automatically. The Hamilton Beach illustration shows a tall, insulated aluminum drinking cup (not included), and I found that this works very well. The drip tray plate in the bottom base has an adjustment that will enable you to use two smaller 8 ounce sized cups sitting side by side at a higher position as well. This is important for you to eliminate splatter as the brewed coffee exits thru the two holes. Using the aluminum thermal cup will keep your coffee warmer, which is a good thing if you are a sipper like me. If you use whole beans as I do, I weigh out 30 grams of beans—that's about 1.06 ounces—on my digital kitchen scale and place them into the coffee bean grinding chamber. This coffee maker is equipped with its own blade type coffee grinder. It's a bit noisy, too, but will process your beans in less than a minute or so. Be sure not to use beans that have a stickiness or wetness to them or you will be running the risk of clogging your grinder. You can clean out the upper portion of your grinding chamber periodically with a slightly moist cloth, but be certain that you wait for it to dry completely before you put any beans in your machine. Clean-up is easy since the filter basket and basket holder swing out for easy removal. It is recommended in the owner's manual that you hand wash these items, although the manual does say that you may also put the basket, holder and drip tray assembly in your dishwasher. My opinion is that the extreme heat inside your dishwasher will shorten the usable life of your coffee maker's components. The Cons There are just a few cons that may not be important to most users, but they are significant. The first is that the coffee that's extracted isn't all that hot. The owner's manual suggests that for a warmer cup of coffee, you should heat up your drinking cup before you start the brewing process. This is all well and good, but I know of no way to heat up an aluminum travel mug as pictured (not included) in the company's illustration. The more serious consequence of this flaw is that the water passing through the filter basket is not hot enough to extract all of the flavor inside your coffee. There is a temperature range that many coffee experts refer to that is necessary for ideal brewing, but I am afraid that this machine doesn't exactly get there. Since the machine uses a blade type of grinder, the results are of a grind in various irregular sizes. A burr grinder is to be preferred for a more uniform size, and the reduction of tiny coffee dust particles called fines. What's important about this is that an irregular grind means that your coffee liquid is not being extracted equally from all of your grounds. Also, these fines are small enough to pass through your filter basket and end up in your cup. If you are not diligent about keeping your basket holder clean, then these fines could clog your drip holes quickly and reduce the performance/taste of your maker and coffee. Conclusions This is a rather pricey system with slightly mixed results. For the money there are certainly more efficient coffee brewing systems than this. For my own use, I have the Melitta porcelain #2 coffee brewing cone (available through Walmart here: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Melitta-2-Porcelain-Cone/35468242 ) and a stovetop kettle in which to heat the water to the ideal 205º F. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Coffee tastes great I've always loved fresh ground coffee and I have always wanted a grind and brew coffee maker. I think I've found what I'm looking for. There are so many pluses to this coffee maker. One being that, you do not need a filter. It comes already inside the basket. The grinding blades clean themselves so you don't have to touch the blades. It has a rinse/anti-clogging feature. You do have to do a quick rinse to clean it completely though. You can adjust the height of the cup holder, if you only want a 6-8 ounce cup and it also avoids coffee splashing if you use this feature. I love the fact that there is 2 options. Grind or brew. This coffee maker makes one 16oz cup of coffee or 2) 8 oz cups. I use 3 scoops of coffee beans for each cup. Plastic scoop is provided. There's a coffee catcher in case you miss a couple drops after removing your cup from the holder. There is a safety feature as well. If you have the lid open, the blades will not turn on in the grinder. Which is a plus in my household because I have a curious toddler who likes to open and close things. I really did not have any major complaints with this product. Except maybe that the noise is pretty loud when the beans are grinding, but you can't expect that to be a quiet process. If you brew, there will be some coffee grounds in your cup. If you use a regular coffee filter that you can purchase in stores, that will help with the coffee grounds. The coffee seems to take about 5 minutes to brew. I wish there was an option to preset the night before, but there is not. The coffee is not extremely hot either. It's an easy clean up too. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great coffee maker, but spoiled on HB Flexbrew. Makes a great cup of coffee, strong and flavorful. Grinds the beans perfectly. When you turn on "Grind and Brew" the beans start grinding, the water starts the coffee brewing, the grinder comes on again for a few seconds, and rinses the grinder through the finish of the brewing cycle. It makes a fresh cup of coffee. The beans are easy to add through the top and comes with a measuring spoon to add the beans. The filter slides out to clean or add fresh ground coffee. Either way the coffee is great. Easy to add water, has measuring scale inside the water container. There is two drip spouts to make two 6 ounce cups of coffee at the same time. There is a blue light that comes on when started and has an automatic shutoff when completed. The quality seems to be good, and it looks great on the counter. The negative item I found was the drip tray. If I move it up most of my cups will not go under it. Needs to be about 1/2 inch down to make all my cups fit. If I move it all the way to the bottom, I get splatters on my counter from the drip. The coffee maker is slow, maybe because I got soiled on the HB Flexbrew. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work. Doesn't work
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great grind and brew single serve coffee maker The Hamilton Beach Grind and Brew single serve coffee maker is great for making just one cup of coffee at a time. I like it as I can make one cup of coffee and not waste a pot of coffee. The fresh grinding of coffee beans with great brewing makes for a wonderful cup of coffee. I make a 16 ounce cup of coffee so I just put 3 scoops of medium flavor coffee beans. I make sure my big mug is under the dispenser and let it drip straight into my coffee cup. You can either grind the coffee beans or just brew ground coffee. I do like that option. There is a basket that is where the grinds so you do not use a filter. When you’re done with your coffee you just empty and clean out the basket. The other nice thing about this coffee maker is the blades clean themselves so you do not have to touch them. It comes with a scoop. The directions say to use 3 scoops of coffee beans for a medium coffee bean or two scoops of coffee beans for a darker coffee bean. It makes fresh hot coffee from coffee beans that have just been grinded. Although it is not a tiny appliance I plan to take this with me when I travel and stay in a hotel. I want to have my own made coffee in the morning in my hotel room. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from over coming the pit falls I loved the idea of a coffee maker with the built in grinder. Started using without reading the manual. Quickly learned that all basket parts needed to be in place, or coffee maker would not start. Yes it is noisy, second restart always a surprise, but coffee tasted great. Switched to ground coffee, but "stored" some left over beans in grinder reservoir. After several weeks decided to grind "stored" beans. Big Mistake! "Waterlogged" beans got into, and backed up all components, even ejecting from latched seams. After Careful cleaning and ice picking whole beans from tubing draining water reservoir, it worked again, briefly, but ultimately would not start at all. I ordered a new one yesterday, but today, in one final attempt, I found out that if basket parts were firmly connected with pressure, to grinding part, throughout the process (water, grounds, or beans) it again worked flawlessly, (by pushing up from underneath, or hooking one small elastic cord, up and over). Lesson learned, Duh! Beans must be dry, not doused daily through percolation.
Date published: 2016-11-26
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