As renowned pub aficionados and clinkers of glassware, we're quite chuffed to announce a new collection of pint glasses that are sure to make you smile. With a focus on whimsy, style and functionality, we're confident you'll find at least one of the pint glasses from this new collection to be a must-have for your home bar or brewery.

These beer and mixed drink glasses come in a variety of designs, from traditional flags (including the Union Jack and the flags of Wales, Scotland and England) to whimsical designs for the Toddlers Tudor Pub and the like.

Choose from designs that evoke a traditional pub atmosphere or modern designs that are perfect for contemporary spaces, there is a glass to suit every taste. It's hard to choose a favourite, but we do like the Big Ben and Tower Bridge pint glasses. 

Why is a pint called a pint? The imperial pint (≈ 568 mL) is used in the United Kingdom and Ireland. According to Wikipedia, pint comes from the Old French word pinte meaning 'painted', for marks painted on the side of a container to show its capacity. The pint is traditionally one eighth of a gallon.

Many of our pint designs are transparent and the clarity of the glass allows the drinker to fully appreciate the colour and carbonation of any beer or mixed drink within. Other designs, such as the flag pints, are more opaque.   

Our pint glasses are dishwasher safe, making them easy to clean and maintain, and their sturdy construction ensures they can withstand accidental drops and bumps without shattering. And they make excellent gifts for friends, family and pub afficionados. 

Whether you're a beer connoisseur or a professional in the food and beverage industry, Jolly & Goode's new collection of pint glass designs are worthy of your attention. Check out the new pint glass collection today!

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