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Glass Type: Tulip
 
Glassware Information  
A tulip glass not only helps trap the aroma, but also aids in maintaining large
heads, creating a visual and olfactory sensation. The body is bulbous, but the top
flares out to form a lip which helps head retention. It is recommended for serving
Scottish ales, barleywines, Belgian ales and other aromatic beers.

This glass is appropriate with the following beer styles
 
StyleDescription
American IPA The American India Pale Ale (IPA) style has an extremely notable hop presence in both aroma and taste. The hop character is always front and center and notable as a floral or citrus character tha... [more]
Belgian Dark Ale The style of Belgian Dark Ales covers a wide range of Belgian beers. These can include a darker version of an existing beer (using darker malts). The color ranges from medium amber to brown. The ... [more]
Belgian IPA The Belgian IPA combines the hoppy character of the American IPA style with the spicy notes or fruity esters of many Belgian styles. The base style that is usually used is a Tripel. Therefore, th... [more]
Belgian Pale Ale Belgian Pale Ales are light to medium ales that have a mild aroma and low hops bitterness. The color is usually light golden to amber in color, occasionally even a darker amber. The aroma has min... [more]
Belgian Strong Dark Ale Belgian Strong Dark Ales range in color from amber to dark brown. The aroma has notes of dark candy sugar, mild dark fruits and roasted malts. Hop presence should be minimal. The taste also has a... [more]
Belgian Strong Pale Ale Belgian Strong Pale Ales range in color from pale yellow to medium golden. These beers are often brewed with light colored candy sugar. This gives the aroma a slight sweetness along with complex ... [more]
Braggot The Braggot is a beer and mead variant that was originally brewed with honey and hops. Later examples of the style used honey and malts, with hops being optional. The color should have notable cl... [more]
English Barleywine The English Barleywine is generally a less bitter version of the American Barleywine. Hop notes are subdued because English hop varieties are usually (but not always) used in the style. Like the ... [more]
English IPA The modern English IPA has a medium hop bitterness, with medium alcohol content. The bitterness level is notably less than the American IPA. The color should be pale gold to dark copper. The arom... [more]
Old Ale An Old Ale (or Stock Ale) is a strong, dark and malty English style of beer. The color should range from dark amber to dark brown. The aroma should have minimal hop notes, with strong malt or car... [more]
Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy The Scotch Ale (or Wee Heavy) is a stronger version of the broader style of Scottish Ales. The style is very similar to a barleywine, with the exception that the characteristics lean heavily towa... [more]
Scottish Ale The style name "Scottish Ales" actually covers a range of similarly styled beers. Those styles are:

Scottish Light 60/-
Scottish Heavy 70/-
Scottish Export 80/-
Iri... [more]
Wheat Wine A Wheat Wine (also called an American Style Wheat Wine) is a stronger wheat beer that is brewed with 50% or more wheat malt. The color ranges from gold to dark amber. The style is full bodied and... [more]
American Double / Imperial IPA The American Double (or Imperial) India Pale Ale is the style most Hopheads love more than any other. Most examples of this style are so packed with glorious hop goodness that you can smell it ac... [more]
American Barleywine American Barleywines are a complex style that range from amber to dark copper in color. The mouthfeel is generally full and there is a notable malt sweetness, usually present as a caramel or toff... [more]
Black IPA The Black IPA is typically an IPA brewed with dark malts and has a darker color than the standard India Pale Ale. The color should range from dark brown to black. Along with the usual highly nota... [more]
Belgian Amber Ale The Belgian Amber Ale is similar to English and American Amber Ale styles. However, the hop presence should be notably muted compared to those two styles. There should also be a slight spicy note... [more]
Belgian Brown Ale The Belgian Brown Ale is typically a Brown Ale with Belgian yeast used in fermentation. As is typical of most Belgian yeasts, this usually lends a slightly more pronounced spice note or sometimes... [more]
Belgian Blonde Ale The Belgian Blonde Ale is similar to a Tripel. The color should be pale yellow. The flavor should be slightly sweet and less complex than many other pale Belgian styles. The typical Belgian spici... [more]
Belgian Double IPA The Belgian Double IPA is simply a stronger version of the Belgian IPA. It has a much stronger hop profile, with the accompanying boost to alcohol, color, aroma and flavors. ABV tends to be high,... [more]
American Wild Ale American Wild Ale beers are typically fermented using a strain of brettanomyces for
part or all of the fermentation. The use of brettanomyces or other yeasts can result
in a funky, ... [more]
India Pale Lager Produced just as an IPA would be, but with lager yeast.