Mug (Seidel, Stein)

Coming in all shapes and sizes, mugs are adorned with handles and are thicker which allows imbibers to clink their mugs with more fervor than other glassware.

Easy to drink from and holding plenty of beer, variations of the mug are a Seidel, which is a German Mug, as well as the famous Stein.

A Stein, (which is German for stone,) is a stone mug with a lid on it. Dating back to the Dark Ages, the Stein received a lid to avoid flies from falling into one’s precious brew during the Black Plague.

Typical beers that use a Mug are:

  • American Amber / Red Ale
  • American Amber / Red Lager
  • American Black Ale
  • American Blonde Ale
  • American Brown Ale
  • American Dark Wheat Ale
  • American IPA
  • American Malt Liquor
  • American Pale Ale (APA)
  • American Pale Wheat Ale
  • American Porter
  • American Stout
  • American Strong Ale
  • Baltic Porter
  • Black & Tan
  • Bock
  • California Common / Steam Beer
  • Cream Ale
  • Czech Pilsener
  • Doppelbock
  • English Bitter
  • English Brown Ale
  • English Dark Mild Ale
  • English India Pale Ale (IPA)
  • English Porter
  • English Stout
  • English Strong Ale
  • Euro Dark Lager
  • Extra Special / Strong Bitter (ESB)
  • Fruit / Vegetable Beer
  • German Pilsener
  • Herbed / Spiced Beer
  • Irish Dry Stout
  • Irish Red Ale
  • Keller Bier / Zwickel Bier
  • Maibock / Helles Bock
  • Märzen / Oktoberfest
  • Milk / Sweet Stout
  • Oatmeal Stout
  • Rauchbier
  • Roggenbier
  • Scottish Ale
  • Scottish Gruit / Ancient Herbed Ale
  • Smoked Beer
  • Vienna Lager
  • Witbier

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