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There are various types of drinking glasses, including water glasses, wine glasses, beer mugs, whiskey glasses, cocktail glasses, and juice glasses, each designed for specific beverages.

The most common materials for drinking glasses include soda-lime glass, lead-free crystal, tempered glass, and acrylic or plastic for outdoor use.

Crystal glasses are made from lead oxide, which gives them greater clarity, brilliance, and weight compared to regular glass. Crystal glasses are often used for fine dining and special occasions.

Many glassware items are dishwasher-safe, but it's essential to check the manufacturer's instructions. Most glassware is not microwave-safe, as it can crack or shatter due to rapid heating.

A tumbler is a short and wide drinking glass typically used for serving spirits or cocktails on the rocks. A highball glass is taller and used for mixed drinks, often with a larger volume.