Best known as "the Hoegaarden glass", tumblers are session glasses with a very gentle straight slope, though the Hoegaarden glass itself has a wider bowl at the top of the glass. These graceless glasses are used for witbiers to highlight the hard-working farm origins of the style. To the amazement of North Americans, they are also used in Belgium for gueuze. We should all be so lucky as to have gueuze and lambic as local, working class session brews!
Appropriate for these styles:
Belgian Ale - Pale / Golden / Single
Belgian Ale - Strong Pale
Flavored - Other
ISA - Session IPA
Lambic - Unblended Jonge / Oude
Lambic - Faro
Lambic - Flavored
Lambic - Gueuze
Sour / Wild Beer
Sour Flemish Ale - Flanders Red / Oud Bruin
Specialty Grain - Other
Witbier / Belgian White Ale