Frosted Pint Glass We’re mounting a campaign against the frosted glass: the chill drops the temperature of your beer another five degrees and robs you of flavor. But this is a simple shaker pint with a lightly sand-blasted exterior. That’s a frosted glass we can welcome. $4.00 each, Pub Glasses, www.pubglasses.com
Culture - Full Pints March 1, 2008 - Brittany Lyke
Like wine, many beers’ underlying aromas and tastes are both influenced and complemented by the vessel in which they are served. This goes beyond visual appeal—although a well-poured beer in a sparkling glass certainly sharpens your anticipation of that first sip. The shape and construction of the glass are meant to enhance aroma and flavor,... View Article
Culture - Full Pints - History - Learn Beer - Travel - Travel Features At Home or Away, the Pub is About Its People March 1, 2008 - Eileen McNamara
Walk through The Front Door in Galway and the ear-splitting volume of the music and the size of the fashionable crowd spilling between the first and second floors might deceive you into thinking that you have stumbled into a nightclub in Manhattan.