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Glass Types

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Beaker
A large drinking-glass or mug with a wide mouth
Beer Stein
A English neologism for either traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware, or specifically ornamental beer mugs that are usually sold as souvenirs or collectibles
Bottle
A container, typically made of glass or plastic and with a narrow neck, used for storing liquids
Brandy Snifter
A type of stemware, a short-stemmed glass whose vessel has a wide bottom and a relatively narrow top. It is mostly used to serve aged brown spirits such as brandy and whisky. 6-8oz.
Cereal Bowl
A common open-top container used in many ways to serve food, and is also used for drinking and storing other items. They are typically small and shallow, although some, such as punch bowls and salad bowls, are larger and often intended to serve many people
Chalice
A large cup or goblet, typically used for drinking wine
Champagne Flute
A piece of stemware with a long stem and a tall, narrow bowl on top, designed to keep champagne desirable during its consumption by preventing heat from the drinker's hand from warming the champagne while retaining its carbonation. 7oz.
Cocktail Glass
A stemmed glass which has a cone-shaped bowl placed upon a stem above a flat base. It is mainly used to serve cocktails, martinis, manhattens and gimlets (AKA Martini Glass). 8.8 oz.
Coffee Cup
A teacup is a small cup with a handle, generally a small one that may be grasped with the thumb and one or two fingers. It is typically made of a ceramic material
Collins Glass
A glass tumbler which typically will contain 10 to 14 fluid ounces. It is used to serve mixed drinks, especially Tom Collins cocktails. It is cylindrical in shape and narrower than a highball glass. 10-14 oz.
Cordial Glass
Generally used to serve expensive after-dinner liqueurs. Alternatively, they may be used to serve drinks at a party, reception or other gathering. 2-3 oz.
Fishbowl Glass
A large mouthed glass, used mostly for entertaining guests and are not brought out very often. Mainly filled with Champagne, Wine or other specialty spritzers.
Goblet
A goblet is a footed cup intended to hold a drink. In general religious terms, it is intended for drinking during a ceremony.
Highball Glass
A highball glass is a glass tumbler which will contain 8 to 12 fluid ounces. It is used to serve highball cocktails and other mixed drinks. 12 oz.
Hurricane Glass
A tall, well-crafted cut glass named after it's hurricane-like shape, used for exotic/tropical drinks. 10 oz.
Irish Mug
This tempered glass mug is used in many restaurants to serve Irish coffee, regular coffee, tea, or other hot beverages.
Lowball Glass
A short tumbler used for serving an alcoholic beverage, such as whiskey, with ice cubes (“on the rocks”). It is also normally used to serve certain cocktails, such as the Old Fashioned Glass, from which it receives its name
Margarita Glass
A variant of the classic Champagne coupe; this is particularly associated with blended fruit margaritas, and the glass is also used for dishes such as guacamole or shrimp cocktails. 12-20 oz.
Martini Glass
A stemmed glass which has a cone-shaped bowl placed upon a stem above a flat base. It is mainly used to serve cocktails, martinis, manhattens and gimlets (AKA Cocktail Glass). 8.8 oz.
Mason Jar
Come in a variety of sizes including pint, quart, half-gallon, and cup, as well as in wide-mouth (3 inch diameter) and standard mouth (2 3/8 inch) openings.
Mug
A mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee or tea. Mugs, by definition, have handles and often hold a larger amount of fluid than other types of cup. Usually a mug holds approximately 12 ounces of liquid
Old-Fashioned Glass
The Old Fashioned glass, lowball glass, or rocks glass is a short tumbler used for serving an alcoholic beverage, such as whiskey, on the rocks. It is also normally used to serve certain cocktails, such as the Old Fashioned, from which it receives its name. 8-10 oz.
Parfait Glass
A tall slender glass with a short stem in which parfait is served. 12 oz.
Pilsner Glass
A Pilsner Glass is used for many types of light beers, including pale lager or pilsner. Pilsner Glasses are generally smaller than a pint glass, usually in 8.4 oz. or 11.2 oz. sizes. They are tall, slender and tapered
Pina Colada Glass
A long stemmed glass with a wide rim. Ideal for Cocktails
Pint Glass
A pint glass is a drinking vessel made to hold either a British ("imperial") pint or an American pint. These glasses are used in most cases to serve beer. 16 oz.
Pitcher
A large container, typically earthenware, glass, or plastic, with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids (beer).
Pousse Cafe Glass
Traditionally a sort of narrow, tall Cordial Glass often to contain a slightly greater volume of liquid than a standard 1 ounce cordial
Punch Bowl
A bowl, often large and wide, in which the drink punch is served. Punch bowls sometimes have lids or are supported on a stand
Rocks Glass
A short tumbler used for serving an alcoholic beverage, such as Whiskey, with ice cubes (“on the rocks”). It is also normally used to serve certain cocktails, such as the Old Fashioned, from which it receives its name. 8-10 oz.
Sherry Glass
A sherry glass is drinkware generally used for serving aromatic alcoholic beverages, such as sherry, port, aperitifs, and liqueurs, and layered shooters. 4.1 oz.
Shot Glass
A shot glass is a small glass designed to hold or measure liquor, to be either poured into a mixed drink or drunk straight from the glass (a shot). 1-2oz.
Sour Glass
A small stemmed glass, narrow at the stem and tapering out to a wider lip. Resembles a small Champagne Flute
Stem Glass
**See Wine Glass**. It is generally composed of three parts: the bowl, stem, and foot. Selection of a particular wine glass for a wine style is important, as the glass shape can influence its perception
Teacup
A teacup is a small cup with a handle, generally a small one that may be grasped with the thumb and one or two fingers. It is typically made of a ceramic material
Whiskey Glass
A short tumbler used for serving an alcoholic beverage, such as Whiskey, with ice cubes (“on the rocks”). It is also normally used to serve certain cocktails
Wine Glass
A type of glass stemware that is used to drink and taste wine. It is generally composed of three parts: the bowl, stem, and a foot. 4-8 oz.
Yard Glass
A yard glass is a very tall glass used for drinking a yard of ale. The yard of ale usually contains around 2.5 pints (1.4 litres), depending upon the diameter. The glass is approximately 1 yard long, shaped with a bulb at the bottom, and a widening shaft which constitutes most of the height
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