hopulist issue 3

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Welcome to issue 3 of Hopulist. This month we feature Duration Brewing, Beer Guerrilla tap room and bottle shop, The Craft Beer Channel, a review of the craft beer year and much more...

Flute

The flute is from the world of

Champagne but lends itself

to certain types of beer rather

well. The long and narrow body

enhances the carbonation and

allows for a more intense and

upfront aroma.

GREAT FOR:

Lambic, sour, wild ale.

Mug

The mug glass is a traditional

British and German (Stein)

vessel with heavy walls, sturdy

base and good sized handle.

Whilst instantly recognisable,

it does come in many shapes

and sizes, the more traditional

feature dimpled glass grid

patterns.

GREAT FOR:

Bitter, pale ale, porter,

Scottish ale, German lager

Pilsner glass

This tall, slender and outwardly

tapered glass showcases the

colour and carbonation of a

pils. It allows for excellent head

retention and, much like the

flute, allows a more intense

upfront aroma.

GREAT FOR:

Pils, lager, bock.

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