Keurig introduces new brewers with touch screen user interface

Keurig, a wholly owned subsidiary of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, is enhancing its commercial bre

The brewers are designed for use in small to medium sized businesses, medical offices and home offices and offer ways to personalize the coffee brewing experience. The B150 and B155 commercial series brewers, provide offices the ability to deliver gourmet coffee with interactive touch screen interface with step-by-step instructions in English, French, or Spanish.

The B150 allows for placement options in an office as it also features a direct-line plumbing option that eliminates the need to refill the reservoir.

All Keurig brewers use Keurig's patented K-Cup portion packs. The company said that K-Cups are 'mini-brew chambers' that eliminate the hassle of grinding beans, measuring coffee, handling filters and messy clean-up while brewing a gourmet cup of coffee, tea or hot cocoa in less than one minute.

Dave Manly, general manager of away from home division for Keurig, said: "We designed the new B150 and B155 brewers specifically with small to medium-sized businesses and home offices in mind.

"The Commercial Series B150 and B155 make it easy to choose, brew and enjoy the perfect cup of coffee in less than a minute, with virtually no mess to clean up. The interactive touch screen allows users to tailor their cup of coffee and walks them through the simple brewing process step-by-step."