Imbibing a certain style of craft beer in the right vessel can certainly help enhance the experience of these complex beverages. For instance: The bulgy nonik pint glass that helps with grip and rim chipping is a utility beer glass that can hold just about anything but especially low alcohol beers. There’s that fanciful tulip glass originally designed for Belgian ales that scientifically contains beer aromatics and is great for everything from IPAs to stouts. There’s Das Boot, which is for, well, poor decision making.
Learn some of this and more with Jo Doyle above. She’s the education and engagement curator with White Labs fermentation and yeast experts. She discusses five different beer glasses and how they can take a brew and brewery to the next level. Enjoy above!