GLASSWARE & POURING

GLASSWARE & POURING

SERVE IT WELL AND IT WILL SERVE YOU WELL

Like a good friend, a good beer should be treated with...Show more

Like a good friend, a good beer should be treated with respect. Serve it at the right temperature and pour it correctly into a clean, properly shaped glass and you'll get along just fine. It can be finicky (doesn't like to be too warm or too cold) but in the end, that's what makes it refreshing. Learn more with the Perfect Pour, Glassware 101 & Glassware 201.

PERFECT THE PERFECT POUR

A perfect pour, with a rich head of foam, is essential to enjoy the beer as it was intended. The foam caps the beer’s carbonation, yielding a smoother, cleaner taste.

  1. With bottled beer, put the neck of the bottle over the edge of a cool, wet glass, tilting the bottle at 45 degrees.
  2. Pour beer so that it first touches the side of the glass about ⅔ of the way down.
  3. With a glass with a small base, pour down the middle until a fine, dense textured head is created.
  4. Pour the remainder of the beer straight in, leaving just enough space for the foam to rise to the lip of the glass.

GLASSWARE 101

Glassware plays an important role in the greater appreciation of beer. Start off with these essential vessels.

Lager Glass

Lager Glass

This is the classic beer glass, best used to enjoy, you guessed it, lagers.

Ale Glass

Ale Glass

Ales will be well-served by this glass. A wide opening helps unfold the rich aromas of ales and stouts.

Wheat Beer Glass

Wheat Beer Glass

A prominent bowl captures the head and accentuates the distinct aromas and flavours of wheat beer.

Stemmed Lager Glass

Stemmed Lager Glass

The tall, narrow and tapered shape of the bowl brings to focus the delicate aromas found in many lagers.

GLASSWARE 201

Looking to get adventurous? Try these new and surprising glassware options to impress guests and elevate the tasting experience.

Snifter Glass

Snifter Glass

Snifter glasses are perfect for serving strong ales and imperial stouts.

Rocks Glass

Rocks Glass

Replace the commonly used spirits glass to hold your favourite brew. Ciders in particular will go great over ice.

Caesar Glass

Caesar Glass

The tapered shape of a Caesar glass supports the beer’s head and holds its aroma longer to accentuate the taste.

Champagne Flute

Champagne Flute

Champagne flutes are a great choice for flavoured and wheat beers.

Wine Glass

Wine Glass

Typically used for, you guessed it, wine. This glassware choice lends a level of sophistication to the drinker.

Tasting Glass

Tasting Glass

Perfect for any beer, these tasting glasses enhance the presentation, flavour and aroma.

GLASSWARE & POURING

SERVE IT WELL AND IT WILL SERVE YOU WELL

Like a good friend, a good beer should be treated with respect. Serve it at the right temperature and pour it correctly into a clean, properly shaped glass and you'll get along just fine. It can be finicky (doesn't like to be too warm or too cold) but in the end, that's what makes it refreshing. Learn more with the Perfect Pour, Glassware 101 & Glassware 201.

PERFECT THE PERFECT POUR

A perfect pour, with a rich head of foam, is essential to enjoy the beer as it was intended. The foam caps the beer’s carbonation, yielding a smoother, cleaner taste.

  1. With bottled beer, put the neck of the bottle over the edge of a cool, wet glass, tilting the bottle at 45 degrees.
  2. Pour beer so that it first touches the side of the glass about ⅔ of the way down.
  3. With a glass with a small base, pour down the middle until a fine, dense textured head is created.
  4. Pour the remainder of the beer straight in, leaving just enough space for the foam to rise to the lip of the glass.

GLASSWARE 101

Glassware plays an important role in the greater appreciation of beer. Start off with these essential vessels.

Lager Glass

Lager Glass

This is the classic beer glass, best used to enjoy, you guessed it, lagers.

Ale Glass

Ale Glass

Ales will be well-served by this glass. A wide opening helps unfold the rich aromas of ales and stouts.

Wheat Beer Glass

Wheat Beer Glass

A prominent bowl captures the head and accentuates the distinct aromas and flavours of wheat beer.

Stemmed Lager Glass

Stemmed Lager Glass

The tall, narrow and tapered shape of the bowl brings to focus the delicate aromas found in many lagers.

GLASSWARE 201

Looking to get adventurous? Try these new and surprising glassware options to impress guests and elevate the tasting experience.

Snifter Glass

Snifter Glass

Snifter glasses are perfect for serving strong ales and imperial stouts.

Rocks Glass

Rocks Glass

Replace the commonly used spirits glass to hold your favourite brew. Ciders in particular will go great over ice.

Caesar Glass

Caesar Glass

The tapered shape of a Caesar glass supports the beer’s head and holds its aroma longer to accentuate the taste.

Champagne Flute

Champagne Flute

Champagne flutes are a great choice for flavoured and wheat beers.

Wine Glass

Wine Glass

Typically used for, you guessed it, wine. This glassware choice lends a level of sophistication to the drinker.

Tasting Glass

Tasting Glass

Perfect for any beer, these tasting glasses enhance the presentation, flavour and aroma.