European beer culture is virtually unimaginable without the Tübinger beer mug. Its typically round shape and relatively low height makes it perfect for use in gastronomy and at beer fests. Many traditional breweries in Austria, Germany, and the Czech Republic use the decorative surface of the mug to represent their brands. Commercially, it is available in sizes 0.25 l , 0.3 l and 0.5 l without the decorative surface. Of course, all sizes and variants are marked with the CE measuring line.
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).
The Premium beer mug is notable for its minimalist shape and comes in sizes 0.3 l and 0.5 l, with or without texture. The feature that really sets it apart from other mugs on the market, however, is the indentation on the body, which allows you to get a full grip on the handle. On request, the mugs can also be furnished with a CE marking.
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.