One half Toohey’s New and one half Toohey’s Old. One half white wine and one half champagne (their Belgium, weird and buying all of our American beers). One half Guinness Draught and one half Smithwicks Ale (the “w” is silent for all of your uneducated suckers out there). One dram of whisky and a half pint of heavy (as the chaser). Pola Pola is one half white wine and one half carbonated water and can be found in varying amounts throughout Bosnia and Serbia. What exactly are all of these? It’s actually different countries and their versions of a half and half which combines two delicious ingredients (most of the time two great tasting types of booze) and turn them into one amazing drink. We’re used to the standard US and Irish versions but as you travel around the world, you will begin to see that people have been acting as Dr. Frankenstein with their drinks for some time.
The problem that occurs with half and half drinks are that most “professional” bartenders don’t know how to properly pour these drinks. They’re usually a 20 year old that thinks a half and half is two beers just mixed together and not carefully poured on top of one another. We found a great new tool that should prevent these idiots from ever butchering another 1/2 and 1/2 in the Dual Beer Glass. The Dual Beer Glass is actually built with two separate chambers and the mouth of the glass is at the top allowing the two drinks to combine right when they reach your tongue. The other nice thing for severe beer snobs is that this glass will actually allow you to smell the aroma of both beers as you drink them. The design is very simple to this glass but they managed to make the design look incredible captivating. Watching the magic dance between two beers take place is something magical and the Dual Beer Glass makes that dance much easier to take place. Click here to purchase the Dual Beer Glass and for image source and where to buy.