A bloody mary in a pint glass
Used for everything from beer to soda to bloody marys, the pint glass is perhaps the most versatile out of all the different types of bar glassware. This glass is named for the amount of liquid it can hold; a pint equals two cups or 16 fluid ounces.
Similarly shaped but smaller glasses are often advertised as being pint glasses, however, don’t be fooled by this marketing strategy. Any glass smaller than 16 oz by definition cannot be a pint glass.
This glass is thicker than your standard cocktail glass and has sides that slant outwards, making the opening at the top wider than the base.