Glassware


Shaker Pint

Shaker Pint

Nonic Pint

Nonic Pint

The workhorse of glasses. Traditionally used for any American or English ale.
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Tulip Glass

Tulip Glass


Traditional glass used for many Belgian-style pale ales, abbey ales and saisons.

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Goblet

Goblet

Belgian ales (specifically Abbey or Trappist) are commonly served in goblets because their smaller size, usually 10 or 11 oz, moderates consumption of these bigger or higher ABV beers.

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Snifter

Snifter

Snifters are ideal for glasses for beers that have high alcohol levels as their small size encourages moderation.  Snifters also make wonderful tasters because their small size and large bowl allow small amounts of beer to be agitated easily without spilling.

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Specialty Glass
Specialty Glass

 Many Belgian beers have a glass designed especially for them. These glasses are usually designed to showcase certain aspects of the respective beer. These are always fun to drink from and have a certain “When in Rome…” quality.

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