• American Pint Glass

    This workhorse holds a standard 16 ounces and has thick walls to guard against breakage.
  • Belgian Ale

    The narrow top of this tapering curvy glass is designed to trap the head and aroma.
  • Craft Pub

    A thinner base keeps aromas locked inside to further enhance the hoppy taste.
  • Beer Mug

    This classic style, made of glass or pewter, has handles to help keep beer away from hands and thus stay cold longer.
  • Pilsner (footed)

    This glass is ideal for serving pilsner but also many other types of light beers and other exotic beverages. Tall, slender and evenly tapered without curvature, they usually hold between 12 and 20 ounces.
  • Imperial Pint/English Pub Glass

    Big enough to hold a British pint (19.2 ounces), this glass bulges out a couple of inches from the top, improving the grip and preventing the rim from getting nicked, which is why it’s also known as a “no-nick.”
  • Pony

    This short, chunky quarter-pint glass holds about 5 ounces.
  • Porter-Stout

    The narrow base and slightly rounded bulb of this modern design ensure a smooth, creamy delivery.
  • Weizen (Wheat beer)

    This German-style glass is much taller than a pint glass in order to trap aromas and accommodate the thick, fluffy foam head produce by wheat beers.