Let’s be honest – as much as we want to deny it, we all care about the glass in which our precious drink in a bar is served. Whether it’s beer, wine, a cocktail, whiskey or a martini, the glass matters because it’s the element that enhances the joyful experience. So when you hear someone blabbing about how snobby the people who ask their martini to be served in the proper glass are, be assured that these people have no taste in anything whatsoever, and lead pretty boring lives filled with a dose of negative energy. There, I’ve said it. Back on the matter in question: the glasses.
Beer is seen as the universal bonding drink. When men want to watch a game, they go for hot wings and a beer. When they want to get together and chat, they go for a beer. Same goes for some of the more free-minded women who don’t label alcohol as strictly manly or womanly – a cold beer in summer instead of hot coffee is perfectly acceptable.
However, what both parties would find extremely annoying and a true ambiance-destroyer would be the plain, water-purposed glasses in which any club or restaurant owner with no taste in fine manners, could serve the beer in. I mean please, you actually expect someone who loves beer and can write a poem on the love for it, to spend money on drinking it from a water glass?! And especially when it comes to pilsner beers, which are kind of the elegant mistress among beers – gentle, full of colours and light. You’re in for a really nasty argument with these clients. Ouch.
Instead of going through such embarrassing unpleasantness, when equipping your place look for good deal on wholesale pilsner glasses. Generally, these would come in a package made of a quantity that will be close to enough to support you on a busy night. And the offer of wholesale pilsner glasses is rather large, which doesn’t pose you a limit on your choice of design.
The pilsner glass generally can be described pretty much with the same attributes as the beer it’s designed for – fragile, light and gentle. Being originally most popular among Europeans and Americans, the pilsner glasses are making their way in the Australian clubs as well. Their advantage is in the design. They’re tall and sleek, allowing the drinker to appreciate the taste of the beer more.
There is a variety of sizes, but generally they’re all easy to hold and a lot lighter than other beer glasses. The design, as mentioned before, is slender and elegant, allowing the drinker to easily see the colour and carbonation process of the beer and appreciate it even more. And of course, there’s the wider top of the glass, designed especially to hold the foam of the beer which we all enjoy oh, so much.
To wrap it all up, glasses matter. Especially when it comes to lighter drinks which you don’t drink to have a hangover the next morning, but a rather pleasant time with a slightly bigger curve on your face than usual.