The basics on traditional glassware for spirits.

"We have 12 categories of mixed drinks and each has a unique glass. Libbey's range is a big help."
– Jack McGarry
International Bartender of the Year
The Dead Rabbit, New York City

The fundamentals of pairing the right glass with the right beer.

"During rebranding we gave beverage presentation substantial consideration. I appreciate Libbey's variety of styles."
– Diane Symms
Owner
Lombardi's, Seattle, WA
Pilsners
No. 924176 shown

Perfect for serving classic pilsners and other pale lagers, Pilsner glasses showcase a beer's color, clarity and carbonation. The conical shape helps maintain the beer's head, while the narrow design allows the aromas to reach your nose.

Giant Beers
No. 1611 shown

Libbey's Giant Beer glasses have a tall stature, providing an exceptionally pleasing presentation for wheat ales and pale lagers. Designed for draft beer service, these glasses feature a rounded top that holds a generous head of foam.

Pub Glasses
No. 14806 shown

Pub glasses offer the perfect presentation of classic ales, such as IPA, pale ale, brown ale or stout. Featuring a wide mouth to support the frothy head, Pub glasses offer a traditional yet brilliant beer presentation.

Tulip Stems
No. 920284 shown

Ideal for presenting lambic and saison, the tulip shape also is very well-suited for specialty fruit beers.

 

 

Stemware
No. 3915 shown

These upscale yet robust glasses elevate your presentation of ales and lagers.

 

 

Belgian
No. 3808 shown

The rounded bowl of Libbey’s Grand Service and Belgian Beer glasses allows for subtle warming of the beer via heat transfer from the hand, while the inward tapering top captures aromas, enhancing the tasting experience.

Steins and Mugs
No. 5262 shown

Very large and durable, mugs are ideal for proper serving of Oktoberfest and other dark German lagers.

 

 

Spirits served Neat
No. 3502FCP21 shown

A rounded design with heavy base is perfect for swirling “neat” drinks – unmixed spirits served at room temperature – to open up the flavors. The glass narrows at the top to concentrate and enhance the complex aromas.

Spirits served On the Rocks
No. 15481 shown

The heavy weight and wide top are perfect for serving the finest spirits on the rocks, the large capacity allowing ample room for ice. 

Brandy/Cognac
No. 3709 shown

A wide bowl creates surface area to help evaporate the liquor and enhance flavor. The narrow top concentrates aromas, and the rounded bottom is ideal for cupping with your hand to warm the brandy.

Martini
No. 7512 shown

A very wide bowl allows for maximum aromatics (especially the juniper and botanicals in a gin martini). The glass can be held by the stem to prevent warming, and the cone shape keeps ingredients from separating.

Margarita
No. 7511 shown

A Mexican cocktail made from tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, margaritas are often rimmed with salt. The stem helps prevent warming the drink, and the very wide top enables an optimal salt-to-drink ratio. 

Liqueur
No. 601008 shown

The small capacity (1-3 oz.) and conical shape is made for serving small amounts of sweet distilled spirits flavored with fruit, herbs, flowers, nuts or spices. Choose a faceted stem for a nostalgic feel that can increase perceived value.

Highball or Collins
No. 1656SR shown

This family of cocktails is made with a base spirit and a non-alcoholic carbonated mixer served with ice, requiring a tall glass for proper proportioning of ingredients.

Specialty Glassware
No. 3623 shown

Whether it’s a signature mojito, frozen cocktail or premium Long Island Iced Tea, specialty glassware is designed to create a powerful presentation of the finest signature cocktails.

 

The basics on traditional glassware for spirits.

"We have 12 categories of mixed drinks and each has a unique glass. Libbey's range is a big help."
– Jack McGarry
International Bartender of the Year
The Dead Rabbit, New York City
Spirits served Neat
No. 3502FCP21 shown

A rounded design with heavy base is perfect for swirling “neat” drinks – unmixed spirits served at room temperature – to open up the flavors. The glass narrows at the top to concentrate and enhance the complex aromas.

Spirits served on the Rocks
No. 15481 shown

The heavy weight and wide top are perfect for serving the finest spirits on the rocks, the large capacity allowing ample room for ice. 

Brandy/Cognac
No. 3709 shown

A wide bowl creates surface area to help evaporate the liquor and enhance flavor. The narrow top concentrates aromas, and the rounded bottom is ideal for cupping with your hand to warm the brandy.

Martini
No. 7512 shown

A very wide bowl allows for maximum aromatics (especially the juniper and botanicals in a gin martini). The glass can be held by the stem to prevent warming, and the cone shape keeps ingredients from separating.

Margarita
No. 7511 shown

A Mexican cocktail made from tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, margaritas are often rimmed with salt. The stem helps prevent warming the drink, and the very wide top enables an optimal salt-to-drink ratio. 

Liqueur
No. 601008 shown

The small capacity (1-3 oz.) and conical shape is made for serving small amounts of sweet distilled spirits flavored with fruit, herbs, flowers, nuts or spices. Choose a faceted stem for a nostalgic feel that can increase perceived value.

Highball or Collins
No. 1656SR shown

This family of cocktails is made with a base spirit and a non-alcoholic carbonated mixer served with ice, requiring a tall glass for proper proportioning of ingredients.

Specialty Glassware
No. 3623 shown

Whether it’s a signature mojito, frozen cocktail or premium Long Island Iced Tea, specialty glassware is designed to create a powerful presentation of the finest signature cocktails.

 

The basics on traditional glassware for spirits.

"We have 12 categories of mixed drinks and each has a unique glass. Libbey's range is a big help."
– Jack McGarry
International Bartender of the Year
The Dead Rabbit, New York City
Spirits served Neat
No. 3502FCP21 shown

A rounded design with heavy base is perfect for swirling “neat” drinks – unmixed spirits served at room temperature – to open up the flavors. The glass narrows at the top to concentrate and enhance the complex aromas.

Spirits served on the Rocks
No. 15481 shown

The heavy weight and wide top are perfect for serving the finest spirits on the rocks, the large capacity allowing ample room for ice. 

Brandy/Cognac
No. 3709 shown

A wide bowl creates surface area to help evaporate the liquor and enhance flavor. The narrow top concentrates aromas, and the rounded bottom is ideal for cupping with your hand to warm the brandy.

Martini
No. 7512 shown

A very wide bowl allows for maximum aromatics (especially the juniper and botanicals in a gin martini). The glass can be held by the stem to prevent warming, and the cone shape keeps ingredients from separating.

Margarita
No. 7511 shown

A Mexican cocktail made from tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, margaritas are often rimmed with salt. The stem helps prevent warming the drink, and the very wide top enables an optimal salt-to-drink ratio. 

Liqueur
No. 601008 shown

The small capacity (1-3 oz.) and conical shape is made for serving small amounts of sweet distilled spirits flavored with fruit, herbs, flowers, nuts or spices. Choose a faceted stem for a nostalgic feel that can increase perceived value.

Highball or Collins
No. 1656SR shown

This family of cocktails is made with a base spirit and a non-alcoholic carbonated mixer served with ice, requiring a tall glass for proper proportioning of ingredients.

 

Specialty Glassware
No. 3623 shown

Whether it’s a signature mojito, frozen cocktail or premium Long Island Iced Tea, specialty glassware is designed to create a powerful presentation of the finest signature cocktails.