If you really want to appreciate a beer at it's best, the choice of a glass is very important. That's why many beers have their own glass. The glasses are not only beautiful to look at, but contribute much to the joy of drinking a special beer.aaa
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Beer drinkers are a full-on ripping good lot, always up for a riotous time-even at the expense of their unsuspecting mates. They have long appreciated the fun factor of serving brew in boot-shaped glasses. Those unfamiliar with this European tradition try in vain to coaxout the last drops by pointing the toe downward; then they tip the boot upward-and get a faceful. The trick is to hold the boot sideways and quaff until the last drop. Each glass boot in this pair holds 16 oz. A novel addition to your own barware or a great gift for a mate with whom you share pints and guffaws.
Libbey 6 Piece Rhinelander Pilsner Set
Traditional shape for serving
pilsner-style beer. Six big glasses hold 23 ounces each. Plenty of
room for creamy heads. Made of medium-thick glass with heavy bases
Libbey 4 Piece Heidelberg Beer Mug Set
Traditional shape for serving beer. Four
mugs hold 16 ounces each. Round inside, with 10 facets around the
Made of thick glass to keep beer cold and dishwasher-safe.
Libbey 4 Piece Stockholm Pilsner Set
14-ounce pilsner glasses
Set of four
Wide weighted base
9-1/2 inches tall
Spiegelau by WMF 13-Ounce Pilsner Beer
Set of six glasses,
designed for beer but also great for soft drinks
Each glass has a
13-ounce capacity and stands 7 inches high