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JavaGator
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Posted Mon Dec 17, 2012, 4:53pm
Subject: My Brazen Pot Dribbles
 

and I don't mean a basketball.  Whenever I pour, it dribbles down the side and leaves a coffee ring on the counter.  Is this a known defect, or am I just a retarded pourer?
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cafedj
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Espresso: Bialetti, Aeropress
Grinder: Rocky doserless
Vac Pot: Bodum
Drip: Behmor Brazen
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Posted Mon Dec 17, 2012, 4:58pm
Subject: Re: My Brazen Pot Dribbles
 

JavaGator Said:

and I don't mean a basketball.  Whenever I pour, it dribbles down the side and leaves a coffee ring on the counter.  Is this a known defect, or am I just a retarded pourer?

Posted December 17, 2012 link

I only have that problem if I swirl the coffee in the carafe before pouring.  If I just tip the carafe up quickly so the the top is perpendicular to the counter it pours fine with no dribbles.   I'm pouring with the top on.
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JohnLyn
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Posted Mon Dec 17, 2012, 8:27pm
Subject: Re: My Brazen Pot Dribbles
 

i'm sure that they are working on a solution for that... They are a good company.
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germantownrob
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Posted Tue Dec 18, 2012, 4:57am
Subject: Re: My Brazen Pot Dribbles
 

I got a new top from Behmor, the first one pulled the grinds bin out if I wasn't very careful and dribbled no matter what.  The new top's thumb button is at a lower angle then my first one and the pour is 85% improved.
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