Inverted Aeropress Brew Guide
Yep - there’s more than one way to brew an AeroPress (for the standard method, read this guide). The inverted technique involves doing the immersion part of the brewing in the in AeroPress while its upside down, then flipping it over to plunge.
It’s a more precarious way to brew and a pre-7am flip should be avoided if possible. But with that risk comes more control, because the coffee can’t drip through the filter paper ahead of the plunge. As to which method is the best - give both a go and see which you prefer.
The method below is based on a recipe used by the 2015 World Aeropress Champion, Lukas Zahradnik from Slovakia. The coffee dose is bigger than you might typically use, but it has a very quick brew time (1.35sec), and it makes a really great brew.