What sets craft beer apart from any old ale is its multiplicity of flavors. At different moments, your craft beer could have hints of chocolate, lemon, oak, grapefruit or coffee among dozens of other tastes.
But to take those flavors to the next level, you’ll need the perfect glass.
Because of the hundreds of different ways that beer can be brewed, aged, stored and poured, the shape of the glass its served in makes a significant difference on the way the beer settles and tastes to its drinker.
Matthew Cummings founded the Pretentious Beer Glass Company in August 2015 after he noticed the scarcity of unique beer glassware …