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DIPA glassware recommendation

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by AlaskanYoung, Feb 18, 2013.

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  1. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

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  2. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

  3. beercanman

    beercanman Initiate (0) Dec 17, 2012 Ohio

    Libbeys is where I got my sniffers. I got those glasses on the link as well. Really cheap at the factory store.
  4. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

    How much $ ?
  5. TheLostGringo

    TheLostGringo Initiate (0) Dec 7, 2011 Connecticut
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    The Bottle Buddy. Turn any Bottle into a stein. Problem solved! :wink:

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  6. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

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  7. braugon

    braugon Initiate (0) Mar 14, 2013 Connecticut

    gotta keep these on deck for kolsch

  8. kdb150

    kdb150 Devotee (472) Mar 8, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I like my Piraat tulip as a good all-purpose glass. Tulips in general are great for anything that isn't heavily carbed. Tulip glasses are useful for "forcing" head on a beer that otherwise might not form one, which is particularly helpful for beers that are high in alcohol.
  9. Ivegotmule

    Ivegotmule Initiate (0) Nov 7, 2012 North Carolina

    I would pay my bill and leave with no tip. There are plenty of places that will let you have whatever glass you want! It's not like you were in the wrong.
  10. beercanman

    beercanman Initiate (0) Dec 17, 2012 Ohio

    Around 3$ a glass. Pretty good quailty as well
  11. hagbergl

    hagbergl Devotee (405) Aug 27, 2009 Maryland

    Great looking glass.
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  12. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

    Damn, you're lucky that it's right in Toledo, OH. Not so much for me. Haven't ever seen this glass in person, not even BBB which is a Libbey whore.
  13. HokiesandBeer

    HokiesandBeer Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2013 Pennsylvania
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    I never said that it didn't serve it's purpose. I said I thought it was ugly which is purely subjective.
  14. madmanjf

    madmanjf Disciple (315) Sep 18, 2005 New York
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    Snifter. This glass is nice for many reasons, including taking the chill out of the beer if necessary. Resting it in your palm helps with this if need be
  15. Swik

    Swik Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2012 Indiana

    Beer bong
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  16. craigo19

    craigo19 Disciple (331) Oct 12, 2009 Michigan
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    I use a snifer, tulip or Lagunitas Jar for all of my beers.
  17. Greywulfken

    Greywulfken Poo-Bah (3,270) Aug 25, 2010 New York
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  18. 1up

    1up Disciple (361) Mar 5, 2013 District of Columbia

    Whoa good info, thanks!
  19. Greywulfken

    Greywulfken Poo-Bah (3,270) Aug 25, 2010 New York
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    No sweat - and by the way - search "Libbey beer glass" on Amazon and you'll find lots of good glassware. I got the Craft Brew Sampler and I love all the glasses - 'cept the stange, actually - and I'd imagine you can buy 4+ glass sets of any of the styles.

    Oh, and all the way back to the OP:
    A tulip is suitable for (*almost*) any beer at any time. The guy giving you the beer sounded like he was being a bit dickish. Either glass would be fine. If he didn't have any, he could have just said, "we don't have any," right?

    I like to try different glasses with any beer, and over time, I've developed my preferences. To me, the pint glass does seem to be a personality match with American IPA/DIPAs. But with a Belgian pale of any sort (even IPA), I'd go with a tulip - see, but that's just me.

    There are no rules - experiment along the way and then go with what suits you once you find it.
  20. Tchfunkta

    Tchfunkta Initiate (0) May 14, 2009 Kentucky

    I have a Short's nonic that I use for most beers. Haven't really ventured into the tulip yet.
  21. BlindSalimander

    BlindSalimander Initiate (93) Aug 16, 2010 Texas

    ISO: Sniffer
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  22. DrinkSlurm

    DrinkSlurm Poo-Bah (1,927) Oct 3, 2007 New York

    I have some really nice wine glasses but id rather look at the little gnome on my choufe glass.

    Side note - ISO Fantome Tulip! :slight_smile:
  23. gjoker321

    gjoker321 Disciple (357) Dec 26, 2007 Florida
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  24. Zimbo

    Zimbo Initiate (0) Aug 7, 2010 United Kingdom (Scotland)

    I generally likey my Duvel glass very much but for me it just ain't macho enough for DIPAs or Imperial IPAs. Straight sleeve pint glass all the way.
  25. hornsup

    hornsup Disciple (324) Nov 29, 2012 Virginia
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