There's a function and fashion to wine glasses, both an anatomy and a physiology. When we use stemware, it adds an element of elegance to the table, and it brings out the best in one of the most enjoyable parts of any meal -- the wine.
Glassware can differentiate a bar and beverage program in a variety of ways. From the right glass for enhancing the bouquet and flavors of a classic wine to giving that negroni a more sophisticated look, diners remember the glassware.
Sturdy glassware can save foodeservice operators from significant replacement costs. One way to create sturdy glassware is to treat it with titanium reinforcement, but what does that actually mean?
As long as humans have been around, there has been beer. Or at least it seems that way. According to BeerAdvocate, the ancient Sumerians likely discovered beer by accident nearly 13,000 years ago. What a magnificent accident that turned out to be!
It seems like there's a thousand ways to pour a beer, but in reality, there's just one. Let's take a deeper look at the entire process of pouring the perfect pint (or whichever glass you choose) beginning with the question: to tilt or not to tilt?