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Serving flavor

Beer-lovers want to get the best out of every sip. And to do that, you don't need a set of predefined rules, especially because one of the coolest things about beer is being able to get friends together to share moments of pleasure and relaxation.
But knowing which glass to use for each of the various styles of this much-loved beverage can make this experience even more interesting.
So, let's go on this journey together to find the ideal glass and beer for you to share every sip with even more flavor.

Weizen

Weizen

Weizen

The name says it all – it's ideal for wheat beers. It's a tall, elegant glass, perfect for admiring the colors of the beer, which, in general, are more turbid because of the yeast. In addition, the wider mouth helps to capture the aromas and keep the creamy head that is characteristic of the style.

Goes well with

Tulip

Tulip

Tulip

With a very elegant style, this glass has a rounded body so that it is possible to swirl the beverage a little and capture its aromas. The waisted shape with the mouth curving outward makes this type of glass ideal for beers that produce a lot of head.

Lager

Lager

Lager

Ideal for Pilsen beers and for toasting with friends. Its shape highlights the transparency and effervescence of this style of beverage, while the slightly narrowed rim helps to concentrate the head.

Curiosity

In Brazil, this type of glass is often erroneously called a tulip glass. Actually, the real tulip has the same shape as the flower after which it is named.

Beer and a balanced lifestyle – Radler (beer mixed with lemonade) means cyclist in German, a name that goes back to the tradition of a balanced lifestyle, in which groups of cyclists, after a day of pedaling, gathered to cool off with a good beer.


Pint

Pint

Pint

This glass quickly became popular among circles of friends in English and Irish pubs, because it holds a good quantity of beverage (500 ml, on average) and is suitable for various types of beer.

The strong point of this type of glass is that its mouth is wider than its base, causing the beverage's aromas to be directed toward the nose.

Curiosity

The pint glass has a design variation known as Nonik (or Nonic), where the glass bulges out near the top, partly for improved grip, and partly to prevent the glasses from getting stuck or breaking when stacked.

Mug

Mug

Mug

Wide, heavy, and with a handle, mugs are best known for the pleasure of toasting with friends than for characteristics that highlight the beer's flavor. They are used for draft beer and beverages sold on tap.

Tumbler

Tumbler

Tumbler

A heavy glass with a wide, straight mouth, ideal for beers that do not form much head. The thick glass helps to maintain the temperature of the beverage.

Curiosity

Since it is very sturdy and difficult to break, this glass is often used in bars and restaurants.

Chalice

Chalice

Chalice

The wide mouth is designed to provide greater perception of the aromas of more full-bodied beers, and the elongated stems prevent heat exchange with the hands, helping to maintain the ideal temperature for consumption.

Americano

Americano

Americano

A simple, unpretentious glass, the most popular in Brazil, it quickly became popular in Brazilian bars and homes. Since it holds only small volumes, the beer always tends to stay cold. In addition, the smooth portion near the mouth indicates the place where the head should be.