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PubWARE Releases Two New Unbreakable Beer Glasses

February 12, 2016 Industry News
Industry News

PubWARE released new unbreakable Pints and 20-ounce Pub Glasses, a new line from SymGLASS comprised of unbreakable drinkware that looks and feels like real glass, but won’t crack, discolor, haze or cloud like acrylic or polycarbonate alternatives. Designed for both commercial and residential use, Pubware’s Pints and Pub Glasses can withstand the harshest of conditions in pubs, bars, and restaurants. They are BPA-free, dishwasher-safe, and microwave-safe.

Made using a new proprietary molding process, PubWARE’s Unbreakable Pints (16 ounce) and Pub Glasses (20 ounce) “frost up” better than traditional glass with insulation properties that keep beverages colder longer and won’t “sweat” on the outside. They can be placed into the freezer immediately after coming out of a dishwasher, with no cool-down period required.

Beer poured into a PubWARE Pint or Pub Glass won’t foam up too quickly, like it will when poured into most plastic cups. It allows a beer’s head to form exactly like a traditional glass will. PubWARE discovered that many times during product trials when beer was served to a beer rep or brewer, they didn’t immediately recognize they were drinking from something other than a traditional glass pint.

A set of four Pints retails for $49.99, while a set of four Pub Glasses retails for $54.99. Industry prices are available to bars, pubs, restaurants, hotels, and other hospitality establishments.

Pubware is also available in Stemless Wine Glasses (12 ounce) and Old Fashioned (10 ounce) sizes. PubWARE can be used in pubs, restaurants, bars, breweries, hospitality, hotels, motels, resorts, events, catering, and more, and is capable of withstanding 1,500 commercial dishwashings. PubWARE’s elegance and versatility also make it a cost-effective option for home use. For more information about the new PubWARE line, visit www.pubware.com.

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