Of the glasses in my collection the Tapered Pilsner makes me feel the most sophisticated and the most clumsy.  The first one I owned promptly broke in 24 hrs.  Just the other day Beer Bitch wanted to sit with me on the couch, but upon seeing this glass ran away.  The Tapered Pilsner has been around since the Middle Ages, but did not take root until the Art Deco age of the 1930’s.  The “V” shape supports a head which will keep aromas wafting to your nose.  Additionally the tall slender shape will showcase the color of the beer and you will likely see the bubbles floating to the top.

I recommend using the Tapered Pilsner with almost any Pilsner, Bock, Doppelbock or other Lager.



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