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Old 08-24-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default Your one and only beer glass?

Am working on moving and realized I don't have much barware.

Then realized I'm poor.

So I have to pick just a few basics to cover anything I drink.

So I'm asking: If you could pick only 1 style of glass to drink everything out of, what would it be?

Mine:


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Old 08-24-2013, 09:38 PM   #2
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Big stemless red wine glass.


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Old 08-24-2013, 09:42 PM   #3
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I know it's not made of glass, but this is mine. always the right serving temp!
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Standard pint glass.
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I use a pint sized widemouth ball jar. Its a little bit country, but they are cheap, durable, and come in 12 packs for about $8. If someone breaks one on accident...meh
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Someday I want to get some nonik glasses. I like the bubble shape around the top.
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Standard pub pint glass for me.

I use a couple of others pretty regularly, but this would be the "one and only" if I had to pick just one.
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Have to go with british pint glass. Love the shape. Cant stand american regular pint glasses.

However I try and drink styles in their appropriate glasses. If I were you I would go to target and get a set of Libbey drinking glasses. They have this set
http://retail.libbey.com/Products/Be...-Brews-6pc-Set
and another that has 4 popular styles with 4 glasses for each style.
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I got this Heineken glass from a bar giveaway and it turned out to be my favorite glass to drink my homebrew from.
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Have to go with british pint glass. Love the shape. Cant stand american regular pint glasses.

However I try and drink styles in their appropriate glasses. If I were you I would go to target and get a set of Libbey drinking glasses. They have this set
http://retail.libbey.com/Products/Be...-Brews-6pc-Set
and another that has 4 popular styles with 4 glasses for each style.
I love the English Nonics, and I have both pint and half pint varieties, but I don't know if I'd want to use them for all of my drinking needs.


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