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Old 03-21-2013, 01:27 PM   #21
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Ahhhh...I can see how mold can be a problem with the wood mug. Unless you keep it used often with a high alcohol drink. The guy in the picture looks experienced!

MeadMax: Whatcha got in the bottles next to the New Glarus glass?

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Old 03-21-2013, 04:50 PM   #22
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Either my stainless steel mug(holds a little over a pint) or the bottle!

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Old 03-22-2013, 12:07 AM   #23
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Either my stainless steel mug(holds a little over a pint) or the bottle!
Both great choices!!! Thanks for making this thread your first post!
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I wonder if drinking from a stainless steel container would change the flavor of a wine? I know that I can tell the difference when I drink beer from a bottle and drinking from a can and I perfer the bottle.

Don't think I've ever drank wine or mead from a steel container. Anybody have any experience?

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Gotta get sentimental- GABF Tasting glass.

But when in bigger quantities, any wine / tulip is nice.

I was fairly amazed when I had Sam Adams in their glass side-by-side with a standard pint glass. There IS something to the way the beer hits your tongue, or whatever it is.

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Gotta get sentimental- GABF Tasting glass.

But when in bigger quantities, any wine / tulip is nice.

I was fairly amazed when I had Sam Adams in their glass side-by-side with a standard pint glass. There IS something to the way the beer hits your tongue, or whatever it is.
That's funny, the same topic/debate was had by a few of my friends not long ago. One says he notices a difference and the other says it's a marketing plot by Sam Adams since those glasses (with the thing on the bottom that forms the bubbles) were selling for $9-$13 each. I don't think they ever came to an agreement and just kept on drinking.
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My favorite glass is a colbalt blue wine glass I bought for a $1. The glass has such a smooth silky feel to it. You know, that really nice glass feel. Not some cheep thin unfinished thing. Price wise it was cheep, due to a slight thining on one side. So I got two for when it broke! ( not shure if it is a white or red wine glass, I drink both in it!)
I also have a glass coffe mug I use all the time. Sometimes for my wine, it holds more! I almost never wash it either...... A quick rinse when done and its back to full of water waiting for me. I like room temputere water:-) A full glass is always best!

Yes, drinking from the hydrometer test tube is a neccessary part of checking wines!!

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My favorite glass is a colbalt blue wine glass I bought for a $1. The glass has such a smooth silky feel to it. You know, that really nice glass feel. Not some cheep thin unfinished thing. Price wise it was cheep, due to a slight thining on one side. So I got two for when it broke! ( not shure if it is a white or red wine glass, I drink both in it!)
I also have a glass coffe mug I use all the time. Sometimes for my wine, it holds more! I almost never wash it either...... A quick rinse when done and its back to full of water waiting for me. I like room temputere water:-) A full glass is always best!

Yes, drinking from the hydrometer test tube is a neccessary part of checking wines!!
Colbalt blue is great...and for $1 is one heck of a score! Go you : ) Great idea buying more than one.
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