In the past, we’ve talked about California’s great canned beers, and waxed poetic about where to find some of the best bottled brews in Los Angeles. But if you’ve ever sat down for a session at one of the craft beer havens throughout Southern California, you might be surprised at the array of glassware available for your freshly-poured libation. But, really, what’s the difference? Besides the obvious issues of pure volume, who cares if my amber ale comes in a pint glass or my fruity lambic arrives in a snifter?
A lot of people care, and you should too. Why take all the time to source your beer, fan through pages and pages of craft options, and often pay a premium for the brew, if you’re not going to care how it’s handled right before it gets set in front of you? If plating is important in a restaurant, pouring matters at your local watering hole. And, beyond the pure aesthetics and presentation, there are plenty of sensible reasons to pick the perfect glassware.
Hey, here’s a thing I wrote about beer glasses.
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