Los Angeles design brand Sempli has launched a set of glasses developed for enjoying diverse types of craft beer.
Obtainable in four various editions – the birra, the IPA, the pint and the pils – every of the glasses has been created with a certain beer in mind.
“Our Monti Taste collection celebrates the diversity and individuality of the craft beer,” Sempli founder Daniele Semeraro informed Dezeen. “We set out to design and style the ultimate beer glasses.”
The glasses abandon the standard rounded shape in favour of angular lines and conical inverted bases – developed to catch the initial splash of a pour and help “lead the effervescence of the brew up to the surface”.
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Much more carbonated pilsner beers are destined for the Monti-Pils glass, which the company claims aids the drink retains it fizziness for longer by producing the drink’s bubbles travel even more in the taller glass.
The angular figure-of-eight-shaped Monti-IPA glass is made to help to aerate ale by taking it on “a mini rollercoaster trip into the glass”.
“The shape follows our no-nonsense technique to creating with only the essential lines utilised when designed the item,” Semeraro explained.
“When designing Sempli’s items the straight lines are usually the focal point of the design and style procedure, as we are always hunting to contrast the fluidity of liquids with the angularity and power that the lines signify,” he added.
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Each of the glasses has been mouth-blown from lead-cost-free crystal, and is obtainable as a single vessel or in a set of four.
“We did some deep and thorough R&D on these glasses and the major goal was to discover the ideal match in the hand whilst keeping the sought after tasting perform,” Semeraro mentioned.
Sempli, which was founded by Swedish designer Daniel Semeraro in 2011, aims to unite the “basic performance” of Swedish style with the “type and elegance” of Italy.
Stockholm studio Kind Us With Love has also created the most of an improved curiosity in craft beer with an exhibition focused to the culture of generating and drinking the alcoholic beverage, even though Danish studio Norm Architects promised the best tipple with its battery-powered beer foamer.