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  1. 12 Types of Beer Glasses (and the Perfect Brew for Each) - Lead Right News
    October 31, 2022 @ 8:03 am

    […] hand, beer writer Lew Bryson thinks the idea that you need a specific glass for every kind of beer is mostly marketing. And world-renowned beer writer Stephen Beaumont thinks you can get away with just a few different […]


  2. Rodger
    December 22, 2016 @ 8:46 pm

    I’ve tried various beers with the suggested type of glass and I must say… A Ball or Mason jar with a lid seems to be the best for any low hop or high malt flavor. The enclosed space seems to amplify the amazing aroma of a malty beer. It isn’t fancy, but the result is top notch.


  3. Bill
    November 29, 2016 @ 2:42 pm

    I’d be hard-pressed to find examples where changes in beer glasses really affect the taste of the beer in them, and have come to the conclusion that I choose my glassware depending on what glass I want to be holding. That said, my experience with wine has been quite different. I have two fancy Riedel glasses that are designed for Bordeaux… and not only are cabernet-based and merlot-based wines generally much better from those glasses than from a generic wine glass, but often other types of red wines (sangiovese-based wines, say) are much _worse_ in these glasses than in generic wine glasses. I don’t get it, but the results are consistent for me.


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