I've been here for about a month and a half now and noticed that if I order a beer with my dinner it comes in a glass with the company name on it. These can range from mugs to a pedistal style glass. That is not the whole observation. What began to dawn on me is that the glass that each diffeerent beer is served in actually seems to have an effect on the taste, as opposed to drinking the beer out of the bottle. A Leffe Blonde or Brune actually tastes better out of a Leffe glass than drinking out of the bottle. Also, they are nice enough to put recommended serving temps on the label, which aslo makes a difference. Just some beer snobbery to pass along if you get a chance to sampel some european beers. The cheap, Jupiter beer is fine out of a can and is a close match for Rainier as far as a inexpensive after work thirst quincher goes.