For different beers, you should use different glassware. Serve a Belgian in a glass with a rounder, fuller bowl and an IPA or lager in a taller, narrow-bowled glass. With the craft-beer enthusiasm continuing, you need the right glass to showcase the flavors and colors of these unique brews. For the traditionalist, there are pint/mixing glasses or beer mugs that you can frost for a refreshing solution to beer-thirsty patrons. Or the often relied upon tall pilsner glass that presents your draft beer in its golden brown glory with its perfect head. Find the exact beer glasses for your variety of brews.
From martinis and margaritas to shots and zombies, serve any cocktail with style - and in the appropriate glass. Cocktail glasses are dedicated drinkware pieces - for serving brandy in a snifter that allows one to appreciate the spirit's aroma, or for the on-the-rocks beverage that require the right sized rocks glass and the appropriate amount of ice. And for all of the mixed drinks, large and small, that need the proper glass, find your cocktail glasses here.
Having invested in those bottles of wine, it only makes sense to invest in the proper wine glasses that will enhance the drinking experience. Wine glasses are paired with certain types of wine, with dedicated glassware for white wine, red wine, champagne and even port wine. The shape of the glass, including the proportions of the bowl and the size of the opening at the top will influence the release of flavor and impact the tasting. You can find nearly any kind of wine glass here, including less common styles that appeal to a sense of elegant adventure.
Dessert and Cordial Glasses
A dessert glass is ideal for serving a sweet and/or decadent treat to your guests. From mini ice cream sundaes to parfaits and mousses, you can be creative in your use of dessert glasses. They are available in different sizes and shapes, so let your imagination by your guide as you select the perfect glass for your perfect dessert creations. A cordial glass is the perfect size for an after dinner sweet drink and a sherry glass can be a good introduction to a new bottle of sherry as an appertif before a meal.
When you are looking to add style or ambience, or if you just want something to stimulate conversation at your customer tables, consider one or more of these novelty glasses. From rustic "farm-to-table" style mason drinking jars to massively large versions of traditional glassware for serving huge portions of your craft beers, find the novelty glassware that will enhance your customer experience.
Soda Tea and Water Glasses
Soda, tea and water glasses pretty much suitable for all cold beverages that don't involve alcohol, although they can be used for any drink. Includes tumblers of different sizes, juice glasses, classic soda fountain glasses, and even glass mugs with handles. Available in a large variety of styles, heights, and capacities.