Plus, it doesn't hurt that cold brew just tastes better. McInerney told the site, "What you get out of the coffee are the deeper flavors the coffee has to offer, enzymatic flavors like chocolate." And, if you need an extra jolt, cold brew is far more caffeinated than regular coffee.
To top it all off, cold brew is better for the environment, too, because the process requires no electricity. Cold brew for Miss America 2016.
Lucy Meilus is a staff writer for Thrillist and drinks cold brew in the winter. Follow her other obnoxious habits on Twitter at @Lucymeilus and send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.