Let’s Play Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway! #51 (February 26, 2014 Edition)

Well you’ve made it to Wednesday once again, and it’s another chance to play Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway!

This week we have a prize that’s solid Goldsworthy ”Todd Goldsworthy that is. Klatch Coffee‘s Todd Goldsworthy just won the Southwest Regional Brewers Cup last weekend at the Big Western event in Los Angeles, and he did it using notNeutral’s beautiful  GINO  glass dripper. So this week, thanks to the great folks at notNeutral, you can win your own!

This sweet gino glass dripper can be yours today by playing Humpday Giveaway!
This sweet GINO glass dripper can be yours today by playing Humpday Giveaway!

Here’s what notNeutral has to say about the dripper:

Meticulously designed and tested, the LINO collection achieves a seamless marriage of form and function. The GINO dripper is made from borosilicate, a laboratory-grade, light weight glass that is heat and scratch resistant.

The double-walled construction insulates while highlighting the coffee extraction. The handle-less profile is elegantly tapered to comfortably fit any grip. The angle of the interior cone and size of the 3 holes at the bottom are engineered to ensure the optimal distance for water to travel through the coffee bed, ensuring an even extraction for a pure and flavorful   brewed coffee.

¢ Hand blown borosilicate double walled glass
¢ Food grade, germ resistant surface, 100% recyclable, silicone gasket  
¢ Dishwasher safe
¢ 3″H x  4.5″W
¢ Gift boxed
¢  Works with Kalita filter #185  and Tiamo filter #02

It’s a $24.00 value, and it can be yours by just answering the question below in the comments section! Note: The GINO glass dripper can only be won by one of you with a U.S. address. But never fear, international readers: one of you will be a winner this week, too! You’ll get to choose between a one-year subscription to Barista Magazine ($65 value) or a Barista Magazine tshirt (invaluable, since they’re not for sale!).

Thanks to notNeutral you can be a brewing all star like Klatch Coffee's Todd Goldsworthy!
Thanks to notNeutral, you can be a brewing all star like Klatch Coffee’s Todd Goldsworthy!

Humpday Giveaway Rules

”Answer the trivia question by referencing the  current issue of Barista Magazine. You can look at the whole issue for free online by going  HERE.

”Leave  your answer  plus your  FIRST and LAST names, as well as  your country of residence, in the blog comments section.

”Answers may be submitted between  7  a.m. PST on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, through 6:59 a.m. PST on Thursday, February 27, 2014.

”The names of those who submitted the correct answer will be entered into a drawing, and  Barista Magazine  will randomly select a name, which will be announced on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 10 a.m. PST right here on the  Barista Magazine  blog.

Question: According to the story “Own Your Own”, where did Ox Coffee’s Max Cudworth and Will Gross originally meet?

Think you know the answer? Then type it into the comments section below, along with your name and country of residence!

Good luck, and thanks for playing Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway!

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  1. Pity the dripper isn’t up for grabs outside the US 🙁

    They met at Joe NY behind the bar!

  2. Matt and Will met behind the espresso bar at Joe New York…

    Ash Marie – USA

    P.S. Thanks for this story. It has come along at a perfect time for me and is a good inspiration!

  3. Max Cudworth and Will Gross met behind the espresso bar at Joe Coffee in NYC.

    Juan ariza

  4. Max Cudworth and Will Gross met behind the espresso bar at Joe Coffee in NYC. Will Gross was a barista trainer, while Max was one of his trainees! They both teamed up to open, OX Coffee in Philly! My home town!

    Nick Brenn

  5. Max Cudworth and Will Gross originally met at behind the espresso bar at Joe NY

    Edison Ting
    Vancouver, Canada

  6. Max & Will originally met behind the espresso bar at Joe New York.

    (This was a wonderful article, by the way, perhaps my favorite from the current issue!)

    Matt Boone

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