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Published on: 10 Oct 2016 by kathywheat

Tips For Choosing Glassware

The world of drinking eyeglasses is fascinating with so many different types of glasses to select.  Nobody can have a full set of all styles of drinking glasses in their kitchen cupboard, so this means there is no end to the collectable nature of these - making them perfect for Promo Gifts.   We already commented on several GWP campaigns for alcohol brands with custom glasses. Some drinks have to be correctly served in a particular glass, such as champagne or certain liquors. You can’t serve wine in a shot glass or champagne in a beer mug.  As a drinks/ beverage brand, it is important to educate your customers on what kind of glassware to use and characteristics of the.

Tumbler Glasses

Most drinking glasses that are used to drink soda, juice or drinking water are referred to as a “Tumbler”. There are numerous different sizes of these glasses, and every glass has a specific name and use. Here are a few examples of tumbler glasses. The Collins Cup includes a tall cylindrical shape which can hold between 300 and 400ml. It can be used for mixed drinks, juice and other beverages. The highball glass is larger and smaller in height than the Collins glass and is used for cocktails. The Old Fashioned glass that is also referred to as the lowball or the rocks is certainly a shorter tumbler glass. This type of glass is mostly utilised to drink whisky or various other alcoholic beverages on ice (“on the rocks”). The main characteristic of the glass is a huge thick base.Another Table-glass is the common type of glass one would usually use for drinking drinks during meals, enough regular glass but different styles and moulds exist. Martini eyeglasses are used for cocktails, characterised by a long stem with a flat base at the bottom and a cone designed bowl. Most cocktails poured in a Martini glass are served chilled this is exactly why there is a need for a long stem to hold the glass, for the temp of the cocktail not to be affected by the warmth of the drinker’s hand. All these glasses can be customised to your liking by printing logos and brand names on the wall of the glass.

Shot Glass

Shot glasses are an area of the Tumbler family, mostly used to drink or measure small doses of alcohol (between 44ml - 50ml). Around the different world sizes of shot glasses are common. There are enormous variations of shot glass shapes, due to the production process which enables unique mould creations to be mass produced using the machine blown manufacturing process. Customization is very easy using the moulding process, different sizes, shapes and sizes are feasible as well as printing logos and brands.

Beer Glass

There are an enormous variety of beers across the world and many types of beer glass to move with them. The main reasons for different glass are to enhance the aromatic flavours or to display the appearance of the beer. The Pilsner cup is used for many types of light (pale lager) or pilsner beer. Usually, these glasses are smaller than a pint; they are tall and slender glasses which help retain the aroma, the wide top Helps maintain a beer head. The beer stein glassware is an old tradition; it is very rare to be served with a beer in one of these when buying at a Pub/bar. The stein glass comes from Germany, it has a handle and is made of metal or ceramic, and its main characteristic is usually a lid that opens and closes with the aid of a levered thumb-lift. The pint glass is the most common glass in which beer will be served across the world. The glass holds a pint (473ml) of beer and is mostly used for the stout, porter and bitter beers. There are many different shapes of the pint glass, but the most common ones are jugs, conical pint cups, and nonic pint cups. The Tulip glass is utilised to drink Belgian, Scottish ales and aromatic beers. This kind of glass has a particular shape which helps trap the aroma of the malt and allows a large beer head thanks to the bulbous body of the glass. The tulip may be the best glass to enjoy the smell of the beer due to its unique shape. Make sure never to get caught drinking from the improper cup you favourite beer.

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