I've used this method with a lot of success at our farmers market stand this year. We were cold brewing the regular iced coffee, but we're using the aeropress for the decaf iced coffee. The feedback was almost always instantaneous and positive. We got a groupie like following of decaf iced coffee drinkers. Odd thing, normally.
For anyone who's worried about shattering the cup or glass when plunging, I recommend getting a support bracket that can take the weight off the glass. Some manufacturers, like uBrew and Zario, make dedicated brew stations, that can accommodate both Aeropress and many manual drip brewers (e.g. V60 and Zero Japan).
I use the uBrew Brew Station, which is stiff and strong enough for me to practically lean on the Aeropress until it starts hissing (and I'm not a lightweight, mind you).
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