Polycarbonate Beer & Wine Glasses
- A Small Update on my Favourite Type of Glasses
- Nearly every bar glass imaginable can now be constructed in polycarbonate
- Polycarbonate Wine Glasses are not Very Difficult to Produce
- Pros and Cons of Polycarbonate Wine Glasses
- These Polycarbonate Wine Glasses Won’t Break
- The Different Types of Polycarbonate Glasses
- Summer Fun – Polycarbonate Wine Glasses for the Pool
- They’re Termed Unbreakable Wine Glasses for a Reason
- Why Polycarbonate Wine Glasses are the Preferred Alternative to Real Glasses
- The Advantages of a Polycarbonate Wine Glass
Polycarbonate glasses come in many shapes and sizes. What’s good for one home might not be good for another. The most common types found are:
2. Plastic beer glasses – More suited to bars and clubs. These generally come in both middy and pint sizes.
3. Plastic champagne glasses – Perfect for use in the family home, on boats or in bars and clubs. The most elegant looking of the three types of polycarbonate glasses.
4. Plastic tumblers – Polycarbonate tumblers come in all shapes and sizes. From your traditional double old fashion tumbler, to your high ball tumbler; there’s numerous plastic tumblers to choose from. Being made from polycarbonate, they won’t break or shatter. This makes them ideal for bars and clubs where breakages of traditional glasses are common.
There’s also polycarbonate shot glasses, martini glasses, cocktail glasses and more. All of these are unbreakable, shatterproof, highly affordable and a great alternative to real glass.