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Does Glassware Really Impact Flavor and Aroma?

  • Author:Lora Liu
  • Source:Sunny Glassware
  • Release on:2016-01-12
The beer is poured into the glass and just the right amount of head forms. Before taking a drink you
might waft the beer under your nose and take a sip that may leave behind brussels lace on the glass. But
what type of glass did you use? What beer are you drinking? Even novice craft beer drinkers (watch this!)
can tell the many differences that exist between beers. 

beer glass

Craft beer is at least one part beer and one part glass. Those that know will tell you the correct glass
will enhance your beer drinking experience, or diminish it.

Some tasters swear by specific glasses. As you can see from Tap Trail’s own beer review ninja, Brendon
Olson, he often prefers a tulip for his excellent reviews. I follow blogs where tasters say the Samuel
Adams Glass is the only way to review or taste a new beer. More traditionally, many use a glass designed
for a specific beer.

But how much does it matter? Does the glassware actually impact the flavor and aroma of the beer?
According to a scientific study by a team out of Japan, “Yes.” The team tested three different types of
glasses. They used a specific camera and ethanol detecting system to determine concentrations of gases.
Then they measured where the ethanol was trapped in them. Not only did the study determine glass shape
mattered, it confirmed serving temperatures mattered as well.


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