There exist two types of Tulip beer glasses.
The traditional stemmed Tulip beer glass is obviously Tulip-shaped, wherein the top of the glass pushes out a bit to form a lip in order to capture the head and the body is bulbous. Scotch Ales are often served in a “thistle glass,” which is a modified Tulip glass that resembles Scotland’s national flower. The Benefits of this glass is that it captures and enhances volatiles, while it induces and supports large foamy heads.
The British style Tulip glass or simply a Tulip pint glass is the glass most bars will serve your Guinness in. It’s a rounder, flared pint glass that looks like the top half of an hour-glass. While they’re a bit more attractive than the conical or Nonic glasses, they function almost exactly the same way. The Benefits of this glass is that it is easy to store and easy to drink out of.
The Glass4ever Tulip glasses comes in 3 sizes and is a great and beautifully shaped glass for a multiple of purposes and easy to stack and clean.