Screen shot 2014-06-06 at 11.35.39 AM 2 x 4 Glue, Paper on Mosanite A classic in North America,England and German, the dimpled mug is a large mug, with dimples, and a handle. It is convex, with the mouth larger than the base. The glass is thick and these glasses typically hold .4, .5 for 1 liters of beer. While the dimples make appreciating the appearance of the beer more difficult, the wide mouth releases the aroma just nicely. These mugs are most commonly used for American, English and German lagers. This is a nice, warm study on a favorite subject that many can relate to and it can be extended into a great series of glass types.

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