How to Drink Beer Like a Sir: Raise Your Glass

So you want to drink beer like a Sir, eh?

Well you’ve clicked on the right blog!

After reading the introduction to this serious of swag-ness, you are now ready to proceed to the next step: Raising Your Glass

Did you really think you could just drink any old can or glass of beer and magically obtain the qualities of a Sir? I think not.

The second rule of drinking beer like a Sir is to always drink from a sir-worthy glass.

Now, thanks to Beer Advocate we can review and understand why the following glasses are more than just sir-worthy. Beer Advocate also displays the beers that go best with each glass!

Beer Advocate, you deserve a Sir-tificate for Raising your Glass.

sir-tificate

So why does the glass matter?

Because sir-worthy beers deserve sir-worthy glasses.

You would never see a delicious Stella Artois at its full potential being enjoyed from silly little can, would you? Maybe the glass bottle that it comes in…but there are exceptions when it comes to football season and other outing events. BUT when you’re in the comfort of your own quarters enjoying a spectacular Stella Artois, YOU ARE NOT going to settle for the glass it’s packaged in.

No Sir!

You are a strong, independent lad or lass and you TAKE PRIDE in your beer so you grab that tulip glass, RAISE IT HIGH, and cheers to the INCREDIBLE LIFE that gave you the PRIVILEGE of drinking this beer!

I mean, Stella Artois does use a tulip glass in their advertising, so it’s completely justified.

stella

So there you have it. Choose your glass wisely because you have a variety to choose from! From a Weizen glass to a Pilsner glass, your beer deserves to be treated like a Sir. Don’t let me down ladies & gents; I know you will make me proud with your beer-filled, fancy-named glasses.

Have an impressive sir-worthy glass that you would like to share? Tweet @stephaniirosee and show it off!

Be sure to check out my next post: How to Drink Beer Like a Sir: Choose Your Target, Good Sir

Until next time folks,

Fräulein Rose

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