May 11, 2007
A Beer Glass, for the Rest of Us

Alls I can say is, For $7.50 per glass, they better darned well make my beer taste better. I dunno... that small base sure looks tip-over-able to me. Olivia can spill things out of old, sealed paint cans. Something like this would seem to me an easy target.

Via Siflay.

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Posted by scott at May 11, 2007 02:26 PM

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I've lined them up as a Father's Day Present.

The glasses, that is, not the Finns.

I'll let you know.

Posted by: Bigwig on May 11, 2007 02:46 PM

Well, since different wine glasses can certainly affect the wine's taste, I would assume that it'd be much the same with beer as well.

Not that the wine that I drink is all that good, but the proper glass does help.

Posted by: ron on May 11, 2007 03:38 PM

While I'll argue with anyone that Sammy's Boston Lager is the best beer brewed in these United States, a specially-designed beer glass is a tad overkill...sort of like people who buy really, really expensive sound-systems but whose audio-room is just the living room in their townhouse...oh, sorry... ;-)

Oh, I'm not questioning that the glass may enhance the beer's taste somewhat...but in reality, how much difference can it make?

Posted by: Mark on May 12, 2007 09:06 AM

The reviewer seemed impressed, but I'll wager he didn't have to pay for them. Still, it would make an interesting gift idea...

Posted by: scott on May 12, 2007 10:52 AM

And honestly, they aren't even that much money if you're a true beer lover. $30 really isn't horrid for a set of glasses. Hell, nice wine glasses are easily up to $90 for two. Now, certain wines go for thousands, and nice wines are regularly in the $50 or more range, so maybe the investment seems like a better idea.

Hell, you and Mark could split the set and see what you get.

Posted by: ron on May 12, 2007 12:33 PM

true, that.

Posted by: Mark on May 13, 2007 10:34 AM
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