A tall tumbler, all the bettter to show of the deep coppery ale and fluffy head
Bush's glass is a big, wide bowl, for maximum appreciation of the wonderful flavour
The classic iconic Chimay goblet, with a silver-edged rim
Long-stemmed goblet with a cheeky cartoon of a pig towelling themselves down - in keeping with the brewery's unusual branding!
Corsendonk's glass is an unusual tall goblet / flute hybrid
The classic "bolleke" - the conical bowl-shaped glass - is really the only glass to drink the superb coppery ale from.
Tall, broad flute-style glass
Deep tulip-shaped goblet, perfect for swirling and slurping
Broad, deep bowl for maximum swirlability
The classic Duvel goblet. Its large capacity make it suitable for 50cl bottles too.
Tall, curvaceous pint glass.
A monastic-looking chalice fits in with the abbey associations of this beer
Hapkin's deep, short stemmed bowl is ideal for nosing this Duvel clone
Quite a squat, open bowl allows the aroma of this dark beauty to flood forth
This tall, broad flute permits first rate nosing of this fine beer