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Posted: 10/24/2016 6:29:21 PM EDT
Pint of beer, I mean
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:30:04 PM EDT
It depends what type of beer goes in the glass.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:32:48 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
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This.


If you're going through all the trouble of putting it in a glass, I'll assume you want the right tool for the job.
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Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
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I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.


Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:33:41 PM EDT
How is this even a question?

Stemware is for wine, i.e. women and sissies...

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Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:35:06 PM EDT
No.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:35:48 PM EDT
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

?

No exceptions. 
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:36:57 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 
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This guys knows what he's talking about.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:37:01 PM EDT
A "pint" glass is 16oz.

Was this a 16oz glass with a stem?

If so, I've not heard of one of those yet.

Now, 12oz / 10oz snifter style glasses are very common for higher abv beers.

Pic of glass?
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:37:28 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
It depends what type of beer goes in the glass.

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.

If the beer you were served was intended to be drank at a warmer temperature than it was served, then it would be correct.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:37:38 PM EDT
I don't even drink and I know that no beer should be served in a glass with a stem.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:38:31 PM EDT
A pint glass should not have a stem. Not all beer is best in a pint glass.

What did they serve you?
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:38:39 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By NHTriumph:

A "pint" glass is 16oz.
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Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz. 

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards. 
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:39:04 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 
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Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:39:10 PM EDT
Any stemmed glass will be higher than a comparable non-stemed glass.

The increase in elevation means it will rotate faster.

Since it is moving faster, time dilation will occur, not much, but it is there.

Best to drink from a low profile unstemmed glass.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:40:00 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By grendelbane:
Any stemmed glass will be higher than a comparable non-stemed glass.

The increase in elevation means it will rotate faster.

Since it is moving faster, time dilation will occur, not much, but it is there.

Best to drink from a low profile unstemmed glass.
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By what a googleplex of a second?
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:41:03 PM EDT
I think the OP is talking about something like this

Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:41:34 PM EDT
It could've been a snifter. Which is quite common for higher abv beers. Though I've never seen a 16oz snifter.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:42:42 PM EDT
No, just no!


Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:43:12 PM EDT
Chimay goes in a stemed glass, but I hate that shit.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:43:33 PM EDT
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By what a googleplex of a second?
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Originally Posted By SGStiles:
Originally Posted By grendelbane:
Any stemmed glass will be higher than a comparable non-stemed glass.

The increase in elevation means it will rotate faster.

Since it is moving faster, time dilation will occur, not much, but it is there.

Best to drink from a low profile unstemmed glass.

By what a googleplex of a second?


It adds up over a life time of drinking.

Unstemmed glasses help keep the time line stable.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:44:15 PM EDT
Depends on the beer. All the no stemware folks are silly beer fudds that don't know beer from rice water.

Eisbock and maibock are to be served in a flute
Porter and doppelbock in a stem glass
Scotch ales and farmhouses in a thistle
Barleywine, imperial stout, quads, mead in a snifter
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:44:34 PM EDT
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Belgians are the exception to the rule.

Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:45:28 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz.

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards.
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Originally Posted By NHTriumph:

A "pint" glass is 16oz.
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz.

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards.


A pint is 16 oz. Most places fuck you out of 4 oz by giving you a 12 oz glass.
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Originally Posted By Lawless_Flogic:
Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 



http://www.truebeer.com/assets/images/dimpled-beer-mug-2.jpg



That's an iced tea mug
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:46:05 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz. 

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards. 
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Originally Posted By NHTriumph:

A "pint" glass is 16oz.
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz. 

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards. 


An imperial pint is 20oz.

Living in the US of A, a pint is 16oz.

When the Brits changed the way they measured a gallon of liquid in the 1800's we stuck to the old volume.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:46:48 PM EDT
Hell no.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:46:59 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz. 

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards. 
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Originally Posted By NHTriumph:

A "pint" glass is 16oz.
Nope. A proper pint glass is 20oz. 

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards. 


Imperial pint FTW
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:47:08 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By PewPewPew1212:



This guys knows what he's talking about.
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Originally Posted By PewPewPew1212:
Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 



This guys knows what he's talking about.


He surely does.

Some fancy craft beers comes in weird glasses now.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:47:44 PM EDT
No
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Yeah, like what was said, "...women and sissies..."

A.W.D.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:50:10 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.

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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
It depends what type of beer goes in the glass.

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.


What, exactly, beer were you served??
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:50:37 PM EDT
Just drink it from the can.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:51:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Nope. An imperial pint glass is 20oz.

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards.
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
Originally Posted By NHTriumph:

A "pint" glass is 16oz.
Nope. An imperial pint glass is 20oz.

Here in the US, it's become fashionable to fuck me out of 4oz of beer. Bastards.

FIFY

The laws in the UK mandate that you're also poured 20oz of actual beer. Head (foam ) doesn't count!!
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Properly called a "tulip"

An excellent glass for higher alcohol Belgians and some other styles.
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Drinking from the "frosted mug" tells me that you hate the actual flavor and aromas of beer
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Originally Posted By NHTriumph:
A "pint" glass is 16oz.

Was this a 16oz glass with a stem?

If so, I've not heard of one of those yet.

Now, 12oz / 10oz snifter style glasses are very common for higher abv beers.

Pic of glass?
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You've never had a fishbowl?
I don't rightly care about the type of barware as long as the beer is cold.

Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:55:45 PM EDT
I prefer my Bud Light out of the bottle. It's like a reverse stem, I guess?
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 6:57:05 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 
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If you want to be a snob about it then NO, that's not correct.
There is a different type of glass for every type of beer.

IPA


Wheats


Stouts


Aged and Eisbochs (high ABV)


Pictures courtesy of Spiegelau glassware.
I have the class to accept these as facts even if I most often reach for the party cup stack at my own home.
Just getting the beer out of the bottle (or can) does so much for it.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:05:16 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
It depends what type of beer goes in the glass.

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.





What, exactly, beer were you served??

Local brew pub's Belgian Wit.


Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:12:30 PM EDT
It it beer? Is it in a glass? I fail to see an issue.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:14:02 PM EDT
I lived in Germany 3 years (2 in the Army, one on the economy) and I tried numerous kinds of beers. I don't recall ever getting served one in a glass with a stem.

Back when I did drink, it was mainly just to get drunk, so I couldn't care less what the glass looked like.
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:15:24 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DevilDog0402:
A pint is 16 oz. Most places fuck you out of 4 oz by giving you a 12 oz glass.
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A pint is 16oz, yes. Great measurement to use when cooking in the United States. 

But A Pint™ is served in a 20oz pub glass exactly like the one I posted earlier. 
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:15:50 PM EDT
Fuck all that shit! My I just pour two bottles/cans of beer into my YETI Rambler!

Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:20:29 PM EDT
Straight glass or tankard type with handle

Anything else is gayer than RuPaul covered in pink glitter
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:22:01 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By HBPredhunter:



If you want to be a snob about it then NO, that's not correct.
There is a different type of glass for every type of beer.

IPA
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/IPA.png

Wheats
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/_processed_/csm_wheatbeer_big_c85565b65f.png

Stouts
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/Stout.png

Aged and Eisbochs (high ABV)
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/Barrel_Aged_Beer_2_4991380.jpg

Pictures courtesy of Spiegelau glassware.
I have the class to accept these as facts even if I most often reach for the party cup stack at my own home.
Just getting the beer out of the bottle (or can) does so much for it.
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Originally Posted By HBPredhunter:

Originally Posted By Subnet:
This is what a proper pint glass looks like:

https://www.barmans.co.uk/productimg/16169_large.jpg?

No exceptions. 


If you want to be a snob about it then NO, that's not correct.
There is a different type of glass for every type of beer.

IPA
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/IPA.png

Wheats
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/_processed_/csm_wheatbeer_big_c85565b65f.png

Stouts
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/Stout.png

Aged and Eisbochs (high ABV)
http://www.spiegelau.com/fileadmin/products/beerclassics/Barrel_Aged_Beer_2_4991380.jpg

Pictures courtesy of Spiegelau glassware.
I have the class to accept these as facts even if I most often reach for the party cup stack at my own home.
Just getting the beer out of the bottle (or can) does so much for it.
YES, it is correct. 

Those aren't pint glasses. They may or may not hold a pint of beer. They may or may not be the appropriate glasses for the beer you're drinking. 

But they ain't pint glasses. 
Link Posted: 10/24/2016 7:22:35 PM EDT
This stuff is the best. Gold.

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Originally Posted By primuspilum:

Local brew pub's Belgian Wit.


http://i802.photobucket.com/albums/yy309/toecutter_01/IMG_2918_zps3mlez0cl.jpg

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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Circle_R:
Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Goosemaster:
It depends what type of beer goes in the glass.

I was just served a cold pint in a glass with a stem.





What, exactly, beer were you served??

Local brew pub's Belgian Wit.


http://i802.photobucket.com/albums/yy309/toecutter_01/IMG_2918_zps3mlez0cl.jpg



Nope
That's not a correct serving glass for a wit.
Normal pint glass or tumbler for a wit.

Also I'm having to look this stuff up in my handy dandy beer book. No way I can keep it straight on my own.
Link Posted: 10/25/2016 4:52:46 AM EDT
Whatever glass you use, make sure your pinky is out.


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Originally Posted By Mall-Ninja:
How is this even a question?

Stemware is for wine, i.e. women and sissies...

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