Cocktails & Beer
Cocktail and beer glasses come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each designed to best enjoy specific beverages. Beer glasses are typically larger than cocktail glasses, as the volume of beer is greater. Birra Moretti is a popular Italian lager that is traditionally served in its signature glass, which has an angular shape that helps concentrate the beer's aroma and fuller flavour.
Traditional martini glasses are narrow and rounded, designed to keep the contents chilled longer. Margarita glasses are characterised by their curved rim and have a wide, shallow bowl-like shape that helps hold the beverage's foam topping. Highball glasses, also known as Collins or long drink glasses, are taller than other cocktail glasses with a narrower base and wider top. These glasses are typically reserved for mixed drinks such as Manhattans, Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and more.
Shot glasses are small glasses with thick glass walls that keep the contents cold and potent. They come in a variety of shapes, including classic cylindrical designs and novelty glassware with unique shapes and textures. Shot glasses are often used for traditional drinking games such as quarters, beer pong, and flip cups. They're also perfect for serving shots of hard liquor or liqueurs on the rocks.
Beer glasses come in a variety of shapes and sizes, all designed to enhance the unique characteristics and flavour of each beer. Pilsner glasses are tall and slender with a slight outward flare at the top; this helps keep the carbonation bubbly and releases aromatics for a more flavourful experience. Weizen glasses are tall, curved cylinders that maintain a beer's foam head while allowing room for the release of aromatics. Stout glasses are shorter, wider drinking vessels that capture and concentrate the drink's aroma and flavour, making them ideal for stouts and porters.