- Aug 28, 2020
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Yep, that's an Old Dairy Brewery glass from Tenterden, Kent.I’m one of these fannies who likes different shapes for different styles. My favourite and most versatile glass is probably my Spieglau tulip that gets used for all sorts - APAs, Belgians, Witbier (After my Spieglau wit/American Wheat glass broke) and sometimes a blonde ale or Vienna Lager.
My other “regular” glasses are:
- A Shaker pint glass that I use for English ales (it’s branded from a small microbrewery my parents visited a year or 2 back called The Old Dairy. I think it’s in Kent)
My parents went to see friends in Salisbury and did a mini-tour of that part of England for a week as well and visited the brewery. They brought me 4 bottles back with the glass.Yep, that's an Old Dairy Brewery glass from Tenterden, Kent.
In an industrial unit behind the enthusiast run Tenterden Steam Railway station, below the High Street.
I was 100yds from it this morning.
Good beers, names all themed with different milk bottle top colours.
Blue, Red, Gold, Green - you get the idea.
That looks like a very short version of a 'yard of ale' Yard of ale - WikipediaDidn't know it was called a skiff, so that's good to know.
Have you seen a Kwak glass? It's apparently designed so that the last bit tastes as good as the first bit. I'll post a pic when I've found one