Beer Glasses & The Perfect Pour

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Glass Types

Pilsner Glass - Tall tapered glass that extenuates color and head. Used for: Czech Pilsners, American Lagers, light beer

Classic Pint Glass - Cylindrical with slight taper in shape. Typical beer glass in most bars and restaurants in USA. Used for: Can be used for all almost all brews.

Snifter Glass – Short stemmed glass with wide bottom and steep tapper to mouth. Accentuates aromas of brews. Used for: Double IPA, Belgian Dark Ale, Old Ale

Weizen Glass – Tall tapered glass with wide mouth to allow for large head. Used for: Wheat bears, Hefeweizen, American Pale Wheat Ale

Stein Glass – Traditional beer mug. Looks very cool. Used for: All brews

 

Perfect Pour

  1. Clean glass
  2. Hold glass at 45° begin pour
  3. At 3/4th full tilt glass to 90°
  4. Do not let bottle touch beer (out side of bottle is not clean)

 

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