Whether you regard yourself as a wine connoisseur or a lager lout, you may be unaware of just how important getting your glassware right is. Having a significant impact on the taste of the beverage it houses as well as the overall drinking experience, thinking carefully about the glass you choose to pour your drink into is paramount. 


Below, we provide a few basic glassware tips, ensuring you are getting the most from your tipples! 


Beer and lager


Although the humble pint glass has changed shape many times over the years, one thing we can all agree on is that the cooler the beer, the better. In our opinion, a schooner glass is the ideal glass to drink a pint of beer or lager from. Here at DrinksShop.co.uk, we are currently offering a number of incredible deals on packs of authentic Heineken Schooner Glasses, coming in 6, 12 and 24 packs. These are always a favourite with our range of Heineken BLADE Machine Collections.


Gin 


Gin has slowly evolved into one of the UK’s most-consumed alcoholic beverages. With an influx of new and creative flavours paired with low and zero alcohol versions of the spirit, there is now a gin for everyone. But, what type of glass should we be drinking our G&Ts from? Traditionally, highballs and tumblers were mostly used. However, the modern gin-lover tends to opt for balloon gin glasses; a sizable glass that is not too dissimilar to a wine glass. 


If you are a fan of mother’s ruin, check out our Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger 5cl Gift Set. Coming with a stunning gin glass, this is the ultimate gift for anyone that takes their gin-drinking seriously. 


Cocktails 


Whether you have purchased a cocktail keg for a party or are planning a romantic cocktail night in for two with a special someone, the presentation of your drinks will understandably be of importance. In our opinion, you simply cannot beat a traditional cocktail glass, no matter what drink you are mixing up. This is a stemmed glass with an inverted cone bow. 


So, there you have it; our top glassware tips! Keep an eye on our blog for more advice on our services and products. 

Whether you regard yourself as a wine connoisseur or a lager lout, you may be unaware of just how important getting your glassware right is. Having a significant impact on the taste of the beverage it houses as well as the overall drinking experience, thinking carefully about the glass you choose to pour your drink into is paramount. 


Below, we provide a few basic glassware tips, ensuring you are getting the most from your tipples! 


Beer and lager


Although the humble pint glass has changed shape many times over the years, one thing we can all agree on is that the cooler the beer, the better. In our opinion, a schooner glass is the ideal glass to drink a pint of beer or lager from. Here at DrinksShop.co.uk, we are currently offering a number of incredible deals on packs of authentic Heineken Schooner Glasses, coming in 6, 12 and 24 packs. These are always a favourite with our range of Heineken BLADE Machine Collections.


Gin 


Gin has slowly evolved into one of the UK’s most-consumed alcoholic beverages. With an influx of new and creative flavours paired with low and zero alcohol versions of the spirit, there is now a gin for everyone. But, what type of glass should we be drinking our G&Ts from? Traditionally, highballs and tumblers were mostly used. However, the modern gin-lover tends to opt for balloon gin glasses; a sizable glass that is not too dissimilar to a wine glass. 


If you are a fan of mother’s ruin, check out our Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger 5cl Gift Set. Coming with a stunning gin glass, this is the ultimate gift for anyone that takes their gin-drinking seriously. 


Cocktails 


Whether you have purchased a cocktail keg for a party or are planning a romantic cocktail night in for two with a special someone, the presentation of your drinks will understandably be of importance. In our opinion, you simply cannot beat a traditional cocktail glass, no matter what drink you are mixing up. This is a stemmed glass with an inverted cone bow. 


So, there you have it; our top glassware tips! Keep an eye on our blog for more advice on our services and products. 

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