The Ecken beer mug is distinguishable from other Oberglas mugs for its 'edgy' structure (“Ecke = angle, corner”). Despite these striking angles, the mug can nonetheless be decorated with transfer images.
The Mannheim beer mug has a capacity of 0.5 l. Its basic shape is slightly bulging and smooth, interrupted by a number of long, evenly-placed vertical stripes. This shape is highly popular particularly in the Czech Republic where the glass is well-known for featuring in the renowned historical film “Postřižiny” (English title: “Cutting It Short”). The stories in the film are set around two breweries in Nymburk (German: Nimburg) and Dalešice (at Liberec).
Just as the name suggests, the Light Mug is particularly lightweight: in fact, it's around 25 % lighter than the usual pressed glass mug. Its smooth surface is absolutely ideal for the application of extensive decoration and labelling.
The Kaiser mug is the new edition of a well-known classic that was widely used in Austrian gastronomy for many years. New features include the much-enlarged decorative surface and a thumb rest on the handle, making it easier to grasp. The design combines the traditional bulging shape with a modern and elegant texture. CE-marked mugs are available in 0.3 l and 0.5 l.