There is no real drinking pleasure, without the matching beer glass.
The true connoisseur knows: The pleasure of drinking beer begins with the appearance. A bright yellow beer with a fine-pored and creamy head in a beer glass makes a really elegant impression and increases the anticipation of the first sip.
In terms of taste, it also pays to pour the beer into a proper glass. In contrast to drinking from the bottle, the nose also gets an impression of the beer, when drinking out of a glass.
It has been scientifically proven that about 90% of the sensory impressions during eating and drinking are not produced on the tongue, but are perceived by the nose. While the tongue only recognizes five basic tastes, there are hundreds - if not thousands - of aromas that can be registered by the nose.
It's all about the shape!
At Stiegl, we always pay attention to the highest quality of our products. Therefore it depends not only on what goes into the glass, but also how the Stiegl beer is presented inside the glass. It is not without reason that Stiegl's motto is "brewing art at the highest level"!
Our motto is emphasized also in the optics of our beer glasses. In order to do so, we cooperated with the renowned design company KISKA. The result is the Stiegl Beer Glass Series, which is exclusively produced by world-famous glass producers. The glasses are always stable thanks to an elegant heel and the beer is visually "one step above".
The Stiegl Tulip Beer Glass is a special glass for special beers.
The bulbous shape allows the beer to fully unfold its flavours. Due to the tapering edge, the scent reaches the nose in concentration and can present its full range. The elegant, sophisticated taste of the speciality beer is underlined by the thin, filigree glass.
The glass for the perfect beer pleasure!
Product Information - Stiegl Tulip Beer Glass
Did you know…?
The same beer tastes quite different in different beer glasses.
Try it yourself! Divide a bottle of your favourite Stiegl Beer in three glasses: A thin-walled, bulbous tulip glass, a cylindrical stange glass and an old-fashioned beer Stein. You will be amazed how the flavours of the identical beer develop differently.