Not sure which glass to use? There is a wide range of different glasses for you to pour your beer of choice into. See our guide below to make sure you're getting the most out of your craft beer.
Suitable for: Belgian Ales, Dubbel or Triple Ale
Why? This wide-mouthed glass is designed to help a beer maintain head and allows the drinker to take deep sips.
Suitable for: An American lager, Pilsner or Blonde Ale
Why? This tall glass is designed to showcase colour and clarity and also helps the beer to retain its head. It's the right choice for paler lagers with a lot of carbonation. A true Pilsner glass, has no curvature sips.
Suitable for: Double/Imperial Stout or IPA, Pale Ale, Saison or India Pale Ale
Why? More commonly associated with Brandy, snifter glasses keep all the aroma in. You can also swirl these sophisticated glasses around to release aromas.
Suitable for: A saison, Belgian Pale Ale, Belgian Strong Ale or Double/Imperial Stout
Why? With this curvy shape, you get to have a big foamy head. If the head is key for a particular beer, this is the choice of glass to go with.
Suitable for: Wheat beer or ale
Why? Long and widening at the top, is designed for head and volume and to maintain the beer's aroma. Shows off the colour and head of wheat beers.
Suitable for: Double/Imperial IPA, India Pale Ale, Brown Ale or Porter
Why? Typically used for porters and Irish Stouts a pint glass can be used for everything.