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Arcoroc Britannia Beer Mug 570ml
GAR122
$5.72 per mug plus GST

Availability: In stock

mugs in a carton
Sold in cartons of 24 mugs
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Arcoroc Glassware

Arcoroc Britannia Glass Beer Mug 570ml with Decorable Panel

  • Capacity: 570ml beer mugs
  • Max Width: 135 mm - 5 1/4”
  • Max Height: 124 mm - 4 7/8”
    Price above is for one glass. Sold in carton quantities only.

The two Britannia mugs, with their structured walls, are robust glasses favoured for tasting white or Gueuze beer. With or without personalised decoration, these popular tumblers are made from thick glass.

These days, customers are eager to get back to old-time alcoholic beverages, forgotten flavours, and the savoir-faire of our ancestors. This quest for authenticity has resulted in the emergence of taphouses offering innovative concepts such as breweries on the premises and food and beer pairings.

Customers no longer drink beer to enjoy a refreshing beverage; instead, they sample it just like with wine. Vintage spirits and aperitifs are experiencing the same revival. ARCOROC has designed glass shapes to accommodate all of these drinks. Each beer should be served in its own glass, which is designed to preserve its aromas and create a healthy foam head.

High Transparency: Glass in its purest form Arcoroc has the High Transparency - Purity certified glass label on some of its products, this certifies that these items are made with only the highest quality glass. Due to its composition and laboratory-tested and - confirmed performance, Arcoroc glassware features an exceptional level of purity.

ARCOROC has been creating effective, durable tableware products since 1958. Their expertise is unique. It's down to their devoted, demanding teams, who place material innovation and design at the heart of our development.

Armed with its know-how in glassware, it developed globally and currently markets its complete tableware ranges to more than 160 countries.

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