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Super Schooner Glass Unveiled To Help You Carry Four Beers Back To Your Table

Super Schooner Glass Unveiled To Help You Carry Four Beers Back To Your Table

When it's your shout at the bar, it can be mildly annoying if the order is anything over three drinks.

It's not the end of the world, but having to do several trips from the bar to the table can be tiresome. Some will try and do it all in one go, but that can be a recipe for disaster.

Well, three companies have teamed up to make this a thing of the past (if there's four of you and you're all ordering beer).

Introducing the Super Schooner: four carefully designed schooner glasses that combine together to make a massive glass.

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The beauty of this design is that you will now be able to bring all four glasses back to the table with ease.

The Super Schooner is the brainchild of Merivale, Lion and Ogilvy, who will be officially launching it on Wednesday night at Vic on The Park for the third and final State of Origin game.

It will set you back $28, meaning each person will have to fork out $7 per beer. If the Super Schooner is a hit, who knows, maybe you might start seeing it pop up everywhere.

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Interestingly, a beer company in the UK did this last year and it was a massive hit. Carling made the noble move of introducing interlocking glasses that make the four pint carry far less troublesome.

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The clever new design incorporated vertical grooves, which slot in to one another when held together, preventing the glasses from slipping around in your hands. They are also narrower towards the middle, which makes it easier for you to get a good grip of them. Even the lettering aids with carrying, with its embossed print enhancing grip.

The pint glasses really are at the cutting edge of beer-carrying technology. Credit: Carling
The pint glasses really are at the cutting edge of beer-carrying technology. Credit: Carling

Truly, this glass is a feat of engineering - the Formula One car of pint glasses.

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As if all these carrying features weren't enough, the glasses also come with a nucleated bottom, which helps to keep pints fresh.

Miranda Osborne, Brand Director at Carling, said she hoped the easy carry glasses would make trips from the bar far more comfortable.

She said: "Our aim was to create the perfect glass for the perfect pint, whilst responding to the needs of our customers.

"We know our customers can feel uncomfortable leaving drinks on the bar because they can't carry them all, so we wanted to design something that could help alleviate this problem. This is why we created our new easy carry glasses.

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"We hope people find getting pints in for friends a far more comfortable experience now."

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