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Final Touch 6pc Beer Tasting Set

Experience beer tasting with this all-in-one set!

This complete beer tasting set allows the enjoyment of tasting multiple beers at once and the ability to choose which you would drink again. 
Pricing SRP: £34.99
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Minimum Order: 4
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Product Details Product Code: GH-JBTS
Packaged Weight (kg): 1.40
Packaged Dimensions: 45 x 20 x 11cm
Barcode: 0886245005488
Carton Qty: 4
Carton Dimensions: 48 x 43 x 23cm
Carton Weight (kg): 5.50
Pallet Qty: 0

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Taste Variety!
This complete beer tasting set allows the enjoyment of tasting multiple beers at once and the ability to choose which you would drink again.

The helpful Beer Tasting Guide includes information on glass, food and cheese pairing, serving temperatures and steps to tasting beer.

The wooden serving paddle makes carrying the 4 mini taster glasses easy.

Makes a perfect gift for any beer lover!
4 assorted 1/2 taster beer glasses with wooden serving paddle and a beer wheel guide to match with food.

Smartly presented in strong gift box.

This set makes a great gift for Father's day or any beer lover!

Experience beer tasting with this all-in-one set!

The 4 Included Glasses

Wheat Beer Tasting Glass
Features a rounded top to help trap aromas and concentrate the head of the beer. The narrowed centre helps to maintain carbonation.

Height: 180mm.
Ø: 73mm.
Capacity: 350ml (11.8 oz).

Pilsner Tasting Glass
A tall, slender glass.The narrow base helps to maintain carbonation. The tall selnder profile captures the headand focuses the aroma.

Height: 175mm.
Ø: 58mm.
Capacity: 250ml (8.5 oz).

Porter / Stout Tasting Glass
Curved to direct the important aromas and flavours to the top of the glass. The glass is stemmed to highlight the darker colours of
stouts and porters.

Height: 145mm.
Ø: 70mm.
Capacity: 250ml (8.5 oz).

Tulip Tasting Glass
This type of glassware is best for strong flavoured, malty craft beers. The tulip shape traps the sweet aromatics produced by heavy beers while maintaining a lively head.

Height: 160mm.
Ø: 68mm.
Capacity: 250ml (8.5 oz).


  • Includes 4 tasting glasses: wheat, tulip, stout and pilsner. 
  • Taste and enjoy a variety of beers at once.
  • Each glass features unique characteristics for different beers.
  • Beer tasting and serving guide included.

Packaging: Colour Gift Box with 2 x inner Card protection
Material: Wood and glass.
Cleaning: Paddle: 
Hand wash only. Glasses: Dishwasher safe.
Includes: Beer tasting set with 4 different types of glasses for different beer types. Beer Tasting Wheel includes food pairing suggestions, ideal serving temperature and more.

Pack Contains

Wooden Serving Paddle
Wheat Beer Tasting Glass 350ml (11.8oz)
Tulip Tasting Glass 250ml (8.5oz)
Porter/Stout Tasting Glass 250ml (8.5oz)
Pilsner Tasting Glass 250ml (8.5oz)
Beer Tasting Guide.

Product Dimensions

Paddle: H 15mm W 100mm L 455mm
Wheat Beer Tasting Glass: H 180mm Ø 73mm
Tulip Tasting Glass: H 160mm Ø 68mm
Porter/Stout Tasting Glass: H 145mm Ø 70mm
Pilsner Tasting Glass: H 175mm Ø 58mm

Steps to tasting

1) Pouring the Beer

Gently pour the beer of choice down the side of the
glass.Judge the speed ofthe pour based on the
amount of foam being produced. Aim to have about a
two finger head when you‘re done.

2) Appearance

Before pouring inspect the bottle before hand to see if ,6
there is sediment at the bottom and pour carefully if you ’0
do not want that in your glass,or swirl if you do.

3) Aroma

Since our nostrils and taste buds work together smelling your
beer before tasting will give you the most information about
your beer. Right after pouring lean into the glass and take a big
whiff and note any aromas from the beer.
4) First sip

Take a small sip before gulping it down and take note of what you are tasting and when.Think about whether it is sweet, bitter or something else. Many beers transform in flavor throughout each sip.

5) Mouthfeel

After the initial sip chew the beer and notice how it froths up.Then let the beer sit on your tongue and note if it mellows out or continues to be strongly carbonated.

6) Finish

After you swallow note any lingering flavours.Write down everything you just detected to help remember your final conclusions before taking a second drink.

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