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Old 11-01-2009, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default A long, slow pour into WHAT from a 22 oz bottle?

Hey all,

I've read many posts giving the advice "pour from a bottle in one slow pour, leaving that last 1/4 inch in the bottle."

That's great advice, but I use 22 oz. bottles and I own 16 oz. glasses. I've found some possibilities for some pretty decent-looking glassware that could hold that much beer (plus head, so needs to be 24+ oz.).

What do you use? (and don't say "I use kegs" -- that doesn't help me! )

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/libb...s/5515272.html

http://www.amazon.com/Prodyne-PF-24-...7117777&sr=1-4


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Old 11-01-2009, 11:35 PM   #2
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I drink 22 ouncers in two pours. Basically I pour half the bottle into my glass, then when I've drunk it, I refill my glass.


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Asked my wife to get me a couple of these as a gift for just the same reason. While a bit pricey, I love them for multiple reasons: if poured slowly, they hold a 22 ouncer with head, they're crystal so they make that cool sound, they're well-balanced, and they're dishwasher safe (although I only wash them by hand). Highly recommended.

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I have 4 kind of like that too, but they're not as fancy at the base. 24 oz, I think.
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Asked my wife to get me a couple of these as a gift for just the same reason. While a bit pricey, I love them for multiple reasons: if poured slowly, they hold a 22 ouncer with head, they're crystal so they make that cool sound, they're well-balanced, and they're dishwasher safe (although I only wash them by hand). Highly recommended.

http://www.surlatable.com/product/ta...ortby=ourPicks
Oh, yeah! I saw those too, and I thought they looked great. so, even though they are listed as 22oz, they're big enough, huh? I'll have to expand my search to include 22oz glasses.

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I got one of those 1L glass mugs that weighs like 4lbs and can also be used as a blunt weapon. Great for keeping fratboys away from the kegerator!
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We bought 22 ounce pilsner glasses from Dollar Tree. Works great for those larger bottles.
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I prefer the classic English nonic imperial pint myself.
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You need giant mug...OF DOOM!



My wife picked up this bad boy at the dollar store. I keg, but when I drink bombers I normally do it in two pours as a previous poster noted if I'm not using this 24oz monstrosity.

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Protip: get all glassware at Dollar tree.


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