In the past, ordering a beer at the bar would mean you’d be getting a pint glass filled with fizzy yellow something. But now, that could mean anything from a thick black almost flat stout, to a thin fizzy but dark IPA. Beers have changed a lot in the last 30 years, but beer glassware hadn’t been keeping up. That’s why Cheers All went on a mission to find and create some of the most unique beer glasses available on the market. We pride ourselves on enhancing your beer drinking experience and getting you to taste more flavor from the beers you love to drink.
A good beer bar or restaurant will have nearly as many glasses as they have beer brands. And that triggers the question: Does the glass you drink your beer from affect the taste? The answer is a resounding Yes!
I think in the beer world we were a bit reluctant to admit that glassware mattered; just brew good beer and it will taste good. We didn’t want to be like those fussy “wine snobs” (I use this term lovingly as I fall into this category too) with their fancy, delicate stemmed glassware. But, as with wines, different glasses bring out the different flavors in a beer. It's not like you have to drink your beer in a specific glass all the time, if someone tosses you a cold can of beer, pop the top and enjoy that sucker, free beer is my favorite style of beer!
However, whenever I’m spending top dollar on a high-quality beer, or I really want to taste that special home brew, I want the taste and experience to be at its full potential. That’s when I’ll decide that I need the proper glassware for the job. It’s not making me “fussy” about my beer, it’s making sure I appreciate and enjoy all the hard work it’s taken to get that delicious beer into my hands and into my glass.
Check out our beer glass collection for all your specialty beer glassware needs. We have glassware for all types of beer and our Ultimate Pint really is a great way to experience a beer. It's designed from the bottom up with flavor, aroma and the beer drinker consumer in mind.