Correct glass selection
König Ludwig Wheatbeer/ Kaltenberg
The typical glass for royal Bavarian Hefeweissbier. Starting from a strong, narrow base, this glass has a distinctive upward curve which allows you to appreciate the full aroma and flavours which define wheat beers. It helps you to feel the coldness of the Hefeweissbier inside and the widening shape of the glass in the upper part aids the flow of the distinctive fruity, aromatic aromas to the nose. This glass shape helps to uniformly wet the entire oral cavity, revealing the full fruity taste which is the dominant characteristic of Hefeweissbier.
Kaltenberg Royal Lager
A typical glass for royal Bavarian lager beer. Through the thin walls of the glass you can feel the coldness of the beer and enjoy its fresh taste and light hoppy notes. This shape helps to intensify the freshness as well as the flavours and aromas inside. The main benefit of this type of beer glass is that it concentrates the important volatiles within the beer, allowing you to get a real sense of its flavour. The palate of the lager beer is emphasised by the simultaneous activation of multiple taste receptors. The glass shape helps to reveal the soft and balanced taste of the lager beer.
König Ludwig Dunkel
The typical glass for royal Bavarian dark beer. The main characteristic of this glass type is its wide cylindrical shape with a handle on the side. The thickness of the glass or earthenware vessel plays an essential role in maintaining the serving temperature, while the handle helps to prevent your hands from inadvertently warming up your beer. This glass shape influences the flow velocity of beer and gives you an opportunity to discover the full taste of royal Bavarian dark beer.
Kaltenberg Spezial and Pils
A typical glass for royal Bavarian beer in up-market outlets. Its shape underlines the royal heritage of the beer, which is reaffirmed by the crown on the stamp. The palate of the lager beer is emphasised by the simultaneous activation of multiple taste receptors, which underlines the soft and balanced taste. The glass shape helps to intensify the freshness as well as the flavours and aromas of lager beer.
Beer has been served in this type of ceramic mug for hundreds of years, since medieval times, when beer was always served unfiltered. When drinking the original unfiltered royal Bavarian lager beer from this mug, it is easy to imagine yourself transported to the past.
Kaltenberg Ritterbock glass
The typical glass for royal Bavarian double bock. The intensely flavoured bock beer should be poured slowly and carefully into the glass. The large surface area of the glass promotes oxygenation during pouring, which helps the strong aromas and flavours to develop. This glass type underlines the intensive fruity aromas and taste of royal Bavarian strong beer.
Prinzregent Luitpold Weizenbock glass
Prinzregent Luitpold Weizenbock
The typical glass for royal Bavarian Weizenbock. The intensely flavoured bock beer should be poured slowly and carefully into the glass. The large glass surface area promotes oxygenation during pouring, which helps the strong aromas and flavours to develop. This glass type underlines the intensive fruity aromas and taste of royal Bavarian strong Hefeweissbier.