Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501 Review

Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501
Overall Rating
82
Coffee Quality (40%)
82
Design & Features (20%)
84
Durability (20%)
83
Ease of Use (10%)
80
Brand Reputation (10%)
78
The Bottom Line
When it comes to grinders, burrs always beat blades. The Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501 has an integrated blade grinder, chopping serious points off its Coffee Quality score.
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Key Features of the Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501

Key Features of Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501

  • Max Brew Volume: 50 oz (10 cups)
  • Min Brew Volume: 5 oz (1 cup)
  • Grinder: Blade
  • Adjustable Grind Size: No
  • Bean Hopper Volume: 5.3 oz
  • Carafe: Thermal
  • Programmable Start: Yes
  • Auto Shut-Off: Up to 2 hours
  • Filter: Gold Tone #4 permanent
  • Weight: 7.0 lbs
  • Dimensions: 8.7″W x 9.8″D x 16.5″H

Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501 Overview

The Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501 is the best grind and brew coffee maker with a blade grinder.

It tops this particular sub-ranking because it allows you to brew single 5 oz servings and it comes with a thermal carafe.

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Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501
When it comes to grinders, burrs always beat blades. The Hamilton Beach Grind & Brew 45501 has an integrated blade grinder, chopping serious points off its Coffee Quality score.

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