The Trappist glass. Whether a goblet (tending to be on the more delicate and thin side) or the chalice (thicker walled with a sturdy stem), the primary aim of these glasses is to show off the aroma of its contents and the skill of the beers maker. Beers (Trappist Ales, Berliner Weiss) get to showcase their multitude of aromas, as well as, being able to show off the lacy head associated with these beers. The wide mouth of these glasses allows for the nose to be enveloped in aroma.Highlights: Close to art in some cases. Wide mouth to allow maximum aroma. Showcase for lace and head rentention of trappist ales.
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