Glassware

Glassware

glassware-for-beer.jpgYes, the glass does matter! Through extensive 'research' with many beer connoisseurs, we know which glass you use is just as important as serving temperature.

We have glasses to suit every beer style. Although not set in stone, there are more appropriate glasses for certain styles, and it's always fun to experiment to see which glass gives more aroma and flavor.

Glassware Resources:

BeerAdvocate

Wiki

  • Unibroue

    BLANCHE DE CHAMBLEY GLASS

    $3.99
    The world of champagne lends elegance to certain types of beer. Long and narrow bodies ensure that carbonation doesn't dissipate too quickly and showcase a lively carbonation or sparkling color. Stems will often be a bit shorter than the traditional...
    $3.99
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    Unibroue

    LA FIN DU MONDE TULIP GLASS

    $3.99
    From the Unibroue comes a great glass for strong ales. This tulip is designed to maintain head, concentrate aromas, and still leave room for swirling to agitate volatiles.Use this glass for any kind of strong ale such as imperial stouts, imperial...
    $3.99
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    Unibroue

    UNIBROUE MAUDITE GLASS

    $3.99
    Used for brandy and cognac, these wide-bowled and stemmed glasses with their tapered mouths are perfect for capturing the aromas of strong ales. Volumes range, but they all provide room to swirl and agitate volatiles. Benefits: Captures and enhances...
    $3.99
  • Unibroue

    UNIBROUE TASTER GLASS

    $3.99
    Excellent flute-shaped tasting glass. It's perfect for sour ales, strong ales, and more!DIRECTIONS:Never chill your glassware, and decline if served a frosted glass. Why? As the beer hits the frosted glass condensation will occur and dilute your beer,...
    $3.99