Ok, I appreciate that most of you who have responded have your favorite ways to brew coffee - French Press, precolator, instant, egg shells etc. However, that was not the question I was asking. More precisely, I wanted to know if using a 700w coffee maker (Keurig B130) could be used on the 750w Interstate inverter without tripping a breaker.
I can report here that yes, for those who have an Interstate with a 750w inverter or anyone else with a similar setup, that it is possible to use a Keurig B130 commercial coffee maker on their inverter safely. This eliminates the need to fire up the generator just to brew a cup of coffee.
It took 3 minutes to brew the coffee. 700w / 110v = 6.36A x 0.05h = 0.32Ah total current draw to brew one cup of coffee.
So, no worries drawing the battery down while bondocking.