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After working with breweries to craft the perfect stout and the perfect IPA glass, Spiegelau reached out to Bell’s to do the same for a wheat beer vessel. First off, we do think the Germans have this one under control. That said, this Wheat Beer Glass does look like a truncated version of a classic Hefeweizen glass, and that’s a good thing. The pinched bottom helps reactivate carbonation after every sip, the thin walls help maintain temperature, and the mouth opening helps you pick up all those tasty notes of bananas and cloves. As with all of these glasses, take all of it with a grain of salt as the average drinker would probably not notice these little nuances. Still, it’s a good-looking glass that does the job for wheat beer lovers.

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