Pub & Pint Glass

The pint glass is the most common type of beer glass in the world. Even though it comes in a range of shapes and configurations, it is still recognizable as a dedicated beer glass and adds to the overall atmosphere for guests. Whether you choose a shaker pint or nonic glass, a chilled pint gives your guests permission to sit down, relax, and enjoy a good beer. The proper glass makes the beer an occasion instead of just another night. We'll go over KaTom's selection of pint glasses below, along with a few common questions. More

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Libbey 1639HT
Libbey 1639HT 16 oz Pint Glass / Mixing Glass - DuraTuff Treated

KaTom #: 634-1639HT

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$19.41 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 209
Libbey 209 16 oz Beer Can Glass - Safedge Rim

KaTom #: 634-209

$28.56 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 15141
Libbey 15141 14 oz Pint Glass / Cooler Mixing Glass - DuraTuff Treated

KaTom #: 634-15141

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$43.61 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 15256
Libbey 15256 16 oz DuraTuff Gibraltar Tall Cooler Glass

KaTom #: 634-15256

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$72.47 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 92103
Libbey 92103 16 oz Drinking Jar

KaTom #: 634-92103

$15.52 / 1 Dozen
Libbey 14816HT
Libbey 14816HT 16 oz Heat Treated Pub Glass

KaTom #: 634-14816

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$27.37 / 1 Dozen
Anchor 7176FU
Anchor 7176FU 16 oz Mixing Glass, Rim-Tempered

KaTom #: 075-7176FU

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$23.21 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 14806HT
Libbey 14806HT 16 oz DuraTuff English Pub Glass

KaTom #: 634-14806HT

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$93.20 / 3 Dozen
Libbey 12264
Libbey 12264 16 oz Embassy Cooler Glass - Safedge Rim

KaTom #: 634-12264

$106.99 / 3 Dozen
Libbey 4803
Libbey 4803 20 oz Pub Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-4803

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$66.23 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 4808
Libbey 4808 16 oz Pub Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-4808

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$54.81 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 15720
Libbey 15720 16.5 oz DuraTuff Endeavor Stackable Pub Glass

KaTom #: 634-15720

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$41.39 / 1 Dozen
Libbey 1907HT
Libbey 1907HT 12.75 oz NO-NIK Beer Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-1907HT

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$148.80 / 6 Dozen
Libbey 15642
Libbey 15642 16 oz DuraTuff Paneled Glass Tumbler

KaTom #: 634-15642

$103.77 / 3 Dozen
Libbey 14810HT
Libbey 14810HT 10 oz English Pub Glass

KaTom #: 634-14810HT

$87.96 / 4 Dozen
Anchor 90244
Anchor 90244 English Pub Glass, 20 oz w/ Tempered Rim

KaTom #: 075-90244

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$20.05 / 1 Dozen
Libbey 9170
Libbey 9170 13 oz Belgian Ale Glass, Clear

KaTom #: 634-9170

$47.55 / 1 Dozen
Libbey 1906HT
Libbey 1906HT 12 oz NO-NIK Beer Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-1906HT

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$127.50 / 6 Dozen
Libbey 194
Libbey 194 16 oz Pub Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-194

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$80.72 / 3 Dozen
Libbey 195
Libbey 195 19 oz Pub Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-195

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$88.90 / 3 Dozen
Libbey 196
Libbey 196 20 oz Pub Glass - Safedge Rim Guarantee

KaTom #: 634-196

$57.91 / 2 Dozen
Libbey 2206
Libbey 2206 16 oz Quartet Square Base Cooler Glass

KaTom #: 634-2206

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$30.39 / 1 Dozen
Libbey 14801HT
Libbey 14801HT 20 oz DuraTuff English Pub Glass

KaTom #: 634-14801HT

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$95.92 / 3 Dozen
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Common Questions About Pint Glasses

Which type of pint glass do I need?

The two major types of pint glass are the shaker pint and the nonic, or Imperial, pint. The shaker is also known as an American pint glass because of its popularity in the USA. A flat-bottomed glass with a cylindrical shape, the shaker expands as it goes up. This simple design is easily stackable, which in turn is appealing to bartenders with limited space. Shaker glasses are also quite easy to clean. These glasses are the most commonly used type in American bars, usually holding 16 oz.

On the other hand, the nonic or Imperial pint glass has an expanded area near the rim that purportedly helps stir up the aromatic element of the drink and enhance the overall flavor. This glass shape isn't stackable because of the bulb near the top, but the changing shape creates a glass that feels distinct in your guest's hand. This type of glass is also called an English glass.

Other glasses offer a fusion between the two, including aspects of both. A hybrid glass such as these is typically called a pub glass—a term that encompasses a range of shapes and sizes. One common style of pub glass stays thinner near the bottom and flares out as it goes up before straightening up again at the rim, with a more gradual curve than the Imperial pint. All of KaTom's offerings have pictures of the glass so you can see exactly what you're ordering.

Which pub glasses are stackable?

Stacking glasses is a great way to save storage space in a crowded bar; however, not all shapes of pub glass are designed to be stacked. While American glasses can be stacked easily, glasses with curves—such as the Imperial pint—cannot. If storage space is limited in your establishment, consider purchasing straight-sided glasses such as traditional American or shaker styles.

What is a drinking jar?

A drinking jar is a pint glass designed to resemble a typical glass jar. These sometimes have handles, but often look just like a jar someone would use to store preserves or hold pickles. Along with fitting into the reawakening of classic culinary traditions, these jars also appeal to the recent trends of farm-to-table dining and cultural cooking. Though drinking jars may not fit every establishment, they provide a unique look and would enhance anywhere with a rustic aesthetic.

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