Pint Glass The most common beer drinker’s glass. Most have a little curvature with a narrow base creating a better pour from the tap, bottle or can. Their durability has made them popular in pubs and bars the world over. Snifter Used for brandy and cognac these wide-bowled glasses have tapered mouths that are perfect for capturing the aromas of high ABV beers. The size and shape provide the drinker plenty of room to swirl releasing the beers aroma. Stange The stange is a traditional German glass which translates as ‘stick’, unsurprisingly then these are tall, slender cylinders generally used to serve more delicate beers to amplify malt and hop subtleties. GREAT FOR: IPA, pale ale, brown ale, porter. GREAT FOR: Stout, dark ale, strong ale. GREAT FOR: Gose, lambic, altbier, bock.
Teku The thin glass and pronounced curvature make this glass perfect for tasting. The distinctive widening of the glass at the top allows the aromas of the beer to swirl out of the glass and into your nose. Tulip This stemmed glass gets its name for a very simple reason, the tulip-shape form it takes. Similar to the teku it has a bulbous body with a lip at the mouth which supports the head and accentuates flavour and aroma. Weizen Designed for wheat beer with curved thin walls and plenty of length. They showcase the beers colour and have plenty of room for the head. GREAT FOR: High ABV beers, DIPA, wild ale, sour, saisons. GREAT FOR: High ABV beers, DIPA, wild ale, sour, lambic. GREAT FOR: Wheat beer, gose