TRIPEL KARMELIET TULIP .3 Ltr

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SKU:
205072
UPC:
1014970
$6.99

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Description

A stemmed glass, obviously tulip-shaped, wherein the top of the glass pushes out a bit to form a lip in order to capture the head and the body is bulbous. Scotch Ales are often served in a "thistle glass," which is a modified tulip glass that resembles Scotland's national flower.

Benefits: Captures and enhances volatiles, while it induces and supports large foamy heads. 

Use with these Beer Styles:

  • American Black Ale
  • American Brett
  • American Brut IPA
  • American Imperial IPA
  • American Imperial Red Ale
  • American IPA
  • American Wild Ale
  • Belgian Blonde Ale
  • Belgian Faro
  • Belgian Fruit Lambic
  • Belgian Gueuze
  • Belgian IPA
  • Belgian Lambic
  • Belgian Pale Ale
  • Belgian Saison
  • Belgian Witbier
  • Braggot
  • Flanders Oud Bruin
  • Flanders Red Ale
  • French Bière de Garde
  • Fruit and Field Beer
  • German Bock
  • German Doppelbock
  • German Weizenbock
  • Herb and Spice Beer
  • Pumpkin Beer
  • Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy
  • Scottish Ale
  • Scottish Gruit / Ancient Herbed Ale

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, while at the same time alter the serving temperature. 

Hand washing glasses is recommended as some dishwashers will leave residues on the glass. If you have a new dishwasher with a sanitation cycle, using that with no soap is a great option as well. Allow your glasses to air dry whenever possible. It is not recommended to hand dry because towels can leave lint which will affect head retention.

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Additional Information

Style:
Tulip Glass
Country:
GERMANY
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Ingredients

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