The pint is a unit of measure that was used to measure liquids and solids. While a pint glass in the UK is just over half a liter, in the United States it's slightly smaller at 0.47 litres. Today the term is used less for measuring than in the context of beer: in England, after work (or sometimes, if the morning was particularly hard and unbearable, even at midday) you meet with colleagues and friends for a pint in the pub. This ritual heralds the end of the day and ensures that you don't bury yourself alone in your apartment after the day's work.
If you still like to enjoy your pint from time to time in the wonderful peace of your own four walls, you should organize a suitable glass. Stone Brewing, for example, offers pint glasses in different designs.
The pint glass IPA is extremely decorative and suitable for a whole range of different brewing items: the classic shape is completed by a green-grey print and invites you to enjoy it in style. On the glass there is not only the gargoyle from the brewery's logo, but also the inscription IPA and some abstract hop tendrils with magnificent umbels.
In the pub or at home - enjoy it!