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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful
on 7 October 2008
Ladies and gentlemen (mostly gentlemen), I present to you the greatest pint glass ever made!
This robust little beauty is the epitome of vessels for beer and ales. It's sturdy, no-nonsense design is perfect for sturdy, no-nonsense beer drinkers.
If you want a glass with features, you need look no further! The thick glass helps to keep the beer within the confines of the vessel and prevents it from spilling onto hands or, even worse, the trousers. It also has a thermo-insulating quality which helps keep beer cool.
The curvaceous, stylish handle is well placed and made with such a high standard of ergonomics that it has a variety of grips; you can grasp the handle in one meaty paw allowing for maximum elbow action, or you can slip your fingers through the handle and hold the glass like a mug.
This brings me on to the next feature, the finger-grip embedded glass dip-thingys. Think it's just an aesthetic design? Think again! The whole circumference of the glass has small embedded areas, meaning that one can grasp the glass from any angle in any state without fear of a fumble.
The heavy base of the glass ensures it is cemented to the table even when empty; not even a Kent earthquake could rattle this baby off the bar!
I cannot fault this product, it is perfect. No more boring standard pint glasses, no more flimsy European lager glasses, and definitely no more spillages. I give you The Traditional Glass Pint Tankard!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Ahhh!!! This is how beer should be enjoyed! What else could compare to the time-honoured British tradition of housing an imperial measurement of malt-based alcohol within an old-fashioned tankard? There's nothing I like better than to slip into my pair of fur-lined slippers, lie back on the leather arm-chair (my feet free to toast beside the open fireplace), light up my pipe and luxuriate amidst the swell of a Bruckner symphony and a flagon of ale (the dream broken solely by the occasional necessity of having to holler at Doreen until she fetches a fresh can of Kestrel Super from the fridge).

Some people may prefer the standard modern design, but what nobody can deny is that the manufacturers of these tankards have well and truly 'got a handle' on their pint glasses!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 29 August 2011
It's a standard, perfectly functional tankard. Takes 1 pint. Made of reasonably thick and strong glass. Not particularly beautiful or finely made. But neither is it particularly ugly or rough. Just dead average really in the beauty stakes. Survives dishwashing with no discernable hazing after about 10 washes. Should last through years of regular use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 14 February 2011
For those who like their beer out of the traditional barrel type beer glass and can't find them in the supermarket, this is an excellent option.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 9 December 2014
1) The seller is listed as 'Arcoroc' but the glasses arrived without any marking on them and in a plain box.
2) The specification specifically states that the glasses are 'CE' stamped but they are unstamped.

I suspect that they are cheap far-eastern imports being mis-sold as quality European products at an inflated price. I actually paid more for these glasses than those available from other sellers in the belief that they were worth paying for. Disappointing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 13 October 2011
My dad has some of these pint pots that he's had for ages, and my brother-in-law loved them as soon as he saw them at home so, a perfect present for anyone for any occasion.... Very retro as well and good conversation starters. Lovely delivery service as well, nicely boxed- with thought and care.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 23 October 2010
I'm just old enough to remember these glasses from the pub years ago. The pubs/police pretty much did away with them as they are quite heavy, and if in the hands of an angry drunk they made a bloody good weapon! However, they are great tankards and are like a little trip down memory lane everytime you pour a beer at home with your mates. They are dimpled so that they dont slip from your fingers easily when wet hold and hold a full pint, Also if you are a fan of pints of tea like me, they won't break under the heat of kettle water. Nice.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 February 2009
"Just fill it up, sit at your home bar with your mates and imagine you're in a traditional British pub!"

My preference would be to get a real pint in a traditional British pub. If you have bottled ales at a party though, there's no beating it. Much easier to control the temperature of the beer if you've already served it between 10 and 14 degrees.
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on 22 April 2012
Wanted to purchase a dimpled pint mug as I'd started to brew my own Ales and felt the fruits of my labour deserved a fitting chalice. The price of most that I looked at seemed steep so I was surprised to see 4 of these for less than 2 would cost from most places if you bought them individually and I have to admit I was a little dubious as to what the quality would be like. They seemed to get pretty decent reviews though so I went ahead and I have to say I am very pleased with the purchase. They are very sturdy, proper thick glass like my Dad's pint mug from years ago! Enjoying a pint as I type this. I would imagine that if you are looking to purchase this kind of glass you have probably encountered them in pubs of old and can say that you will not be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 21 June 2014
Great tankards but in case it matters to you: in the set I got none of the glasses had the CE mark even though it was part of the item description: "CE marked at pint to brim" -- so misleading.
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