Want to use your glass all year round? Visit our reusable range and choose from a variety of margarita glasses, champagne flutes, and limited-edition Halloween design glasses. We wish you a Happy Halloween!
These glasses are made from tough polycarbonate plastic and can be used time and time again. Tested with over 500 glasswasher cycles, the strong plastic material also provides a safe alternative to glass.
Each glass offers a generous 6.6oz/187ml capacity, whilst a gold colour is certain to grab attention at any bar, hen do, party, or outdoor event.
As seen on TV
Thanks to reality TV shows such as Love Island and The Only Way Is Essex, gold champagne flutes have become highly popular.
The espresso martini has been named the UK’s favourite cocktail, according to the nation’s leading recipe site.
The Just Eat for Business’s Cocktail Championship crowned the espresso martini after it boasted the highest average rating compared to the number of reviews left, making it the best cocktail overall.
London-based Mixologist Harp Mann said: “Better bars have resulted in the better quality of drink and that has helped create huge interest in cocktails again over the past few years.
“Cocktails offer theatre, a treat, opulence, fun, good times – essentially an experience – so there’s the social element of them. Also mixed drinks offer a great way to experience new flavours, new spirits and aperitifs, more premium or better quality ingredients too.”
Unlike a regular takeaway cup, biodegradable cups have the ability to degrade in a non-harmful way.
These cups are eco-friendlier alternatives commonly made with a single PLA coating. This coating is a bioplastic, derived from plant-based materials such as corn starch or sugarcane.
What are bioplastics?
Bioplastics are made from plants unlike regular plastics that are made from oil.
Unlike oil based plastics, which stay present as waste for many years, bioplastics are renewable and can biodegrade within 12 weeks. The carbon footprint of bioplastic is also much lower than petroleum based plastics.
How can I check my cup is biodegradable?
Manufacturers mark biodegradable cups on the print.
If you are still uncertain, ask the business or supplier.
Where should I dispose my cup?
You can dispose of cups with your food waste and have everything collected together to be taken to a composting facility. Here, the cups will biodegrade into compost in less than 12 weeks.
We recommend checking with your local council to see that food waste goes to a composting facility. If they don’t offer the facility, you can compost your cup at home.
What are the benefits of a biodegradable cup?
Helps fight waste, pollution and reduces fossil fuel usage
The hospitality sector was effectively brought to a halt last year. Many businesses across the nation were quick to change their business models following a nationwide lockdown.
One shining example is Doncaster-based pizzeria The Pizza Trail, whose owner saw no option but to transform operations to navigate through the testing times.
Oliver, owner and chef at The Pizza Trail, told us: “Lockdown hit us with a real bang in March 2020. Overnight I got laid off from my full-time head chef job, so attention turned to turning my event catering business into a full time job.”
“Then we started to lose all our summer public events and the 20 weddings we had booked for the late summer. We had to do something fast.”
To continue operating during lockdown, the mobile pizzeria turned into a pop-up takeaway service and began serving villages around Doncaster. Business started to grow each month and Oliver saw signs of recovery.
The Pizza Trail also made use of single-use disposable catering supplies to serve customers. Using single-use packaging would help minimise unnecessary contact and help prevent the spread of covid-19.
Oliver said: “We are using soup cups to make our homemade cheesecake pots with weekly changing flavours. When we started to make them, we went from serving a few desserts a week. Now some customers are coming to us just for our cheesecake pots.”
Great for beer gardens, pubs and bars, these 20oz Bavarian tankards are made from shatterproof plastic providing a safe way to serve alcoholic drinks. It also has the same clear appearance as glass, as well as a great price.
Be confident serving customers as these glasses are CE Marked and suitable for commercial use.
How much can this tankard contain?
The tankards have a capacity of 568ml/56.8cl/20oz.
The benefits of a plastic tankard
Reusable all year round
Shatterproof unlike real glass
Lighter in weight than glass counterparts
The glasses can also be used in the dishwasher and glass-washer. It has been tested up to 500 cycles.
For a limited time only, we are offering discounts on our range of reusable barware, including plastic tumblers, plastic hiball glasses, wineglasses and dessert dishes.
Great for pubs and bars now open to serve outdoors; our barware is designed to replace more traditional barware with affordable yet strong and durable alternatives.
Browse our best-sellers today and use BAR10 on the checkout to receive 10% off your order*
Our ECON plastic glasses are cost-effective products and popular in outdoor settings. Browse a mix of coloured glasses to suit your themes.
Plastic hiball glasses
Serve tall cocktails and mixed drinks with our CE Marked hiball glasses. Strong and durable, these glasses are glass washer friendly. Browse a selection of colours such as green, purple, orange, and more.
Serving jugs and bowls
Explore jugs, bowls and prep bowls to serve food to customers. Made from a tough polycarbonate material, these supplies are hard to break. This is also particularly important to keep the environment safe for staff and customers.
*Offer valid for a limited time. Valid on reusable ELITE and ECON ranges only.