There are various types of glassware in different shapes and sizes, all serving their own purpose. Learning which drinks belong to which glass is beneficiary to you. They receive a higher quality drink, which in turn reflects back on you and/or your establishment.
Ensure all glassware is cleaned spotless before serving it to your customers. Wash glasses with warm water and a small amount of detergent (not soap), rinsing them afterward with fresh cold water and polishing them with a suitable cloth. Hold glasses by the base or stem of the glass to avoid fingerprints.
The traditional beer container. Typical Size: 16 oz.
These are some of my favorites. There are just your standard beer glasses and mugs, but it is what we do with them that makes them so special.
These glasses make great sports beer glasses with your favorite guy's sports team logo or sport hand-painted. We hand paint the logos and different sports designs such as jersey's helmets, bats, balls, nets, hockey sticks. You tell us which sports team logo and we do the rest.
You have perfect sports beer glasses for any occasion
Brandy snifter...The shape of this glass concentrates the alcoholic odors to the top of the glass as your hands warm the brandy. Typical Size: 5 1/2 oz.
Champagne flute...... This tulip-shaped glass is designed to show off the waltzing bubbles of the wine as they brush against the side of the glass and spread out into a sparkling mousse. Typical Size: 6 oz.
This glass has a triangle-bowl design with a long stem and is used for a wide range of straight-up (without ice) cocktails, including martinis, manhattans, metropolitans, and gimlets. Also known as a martini glass. Typical Size: 4-12 oz.
The traditional mug used for hot coffee.Typical Size: 12-16 oz.
Collins glass Shaped similarly to a highball glass, only taller, the collins glass was originally used for the line of collins gin drinks and is now also commonly used for soft drinks, alcoholic juice, and tropical/exotic juices such as Mai Tai's.Typical Size: 14 oz.