|For portion control or serving, shot glasses are classic and indispensable tools for any bar. Get the perfect glass shot glasses from Libbey's, one of the most-trusted glassware experts since 1818. Whiskey shot glasses, as well as vodka shot glasses and other bar shot glasses available in bulk.|
$29.69 As low as: $21.593/4 oz shot glass from reputable brand Libbey. A heavy-base Libbey shot glass ideal for use with whiskey but can also be used for other types of liquor such as rum, tequila, and vodka. Tall whiskey glasses manufactured by Libbey and sold here at Rapids Wholesale come in packs of a dozen pieces. Learn More
$14.29Shooter Tubes, 100/cs Shooter Tubes, 6", 0.85 oz., assorted neon colors (100 per case) Learn More
$16.691 oz. inner, 2.075 oz. outer cup. Colorful bomb shot cups for easy mixed shots. Hard plastic, reusable and dishwasher safe. These bomb cups come in your choice of 4 colors including blue, green, purple and red. 25 cups per pack. Please specify color when ordering. Learn More
$14.49A 1.5 ounce shot glass for serving or measuring whiskey, rum, tequila, gin, vodka, and other types of liquor. Complete dimensions of this BarConic shot glass: 2.25" x 1.75" x 1.25". Learn More
$55.09 As low as: $39.49This is a 1 oz shot glass available from trusted brand Libbey. A heavy-base, fluted 1 oz shot glass that's ideal for use with whiskey but can also be used for other types of distilled beverages and spirits like rum, tequila, vodka, gin, and similar types of liquor. Tall whiskey glasses manufactured by Libbey and sold here at Rapids Wholesale come in packs of a dozen pieces. Learn More
$49.39 As low as: $35.39This fluted 1 1/4 oz shot glass from Libbey can be used to serve or measure not only whiskey but also other types of distilled beverages like rum, gin, tequila, vodka, and more. Get twelve whiskey shot glasses included in one pack. Learn More
$50.59 As low as: $36.29A lined 1.5 ounce shot glass from Libbey with a heavy glass base. This whisky shot glass has a distinctive line that shows your bartender or barmaid how much liquid to fill each glass with. Libbey shot glasses available here at Rapids Wholesale are all sold in packs of a dozen. Learn More
$41.59 As low as: $29.79This fluted 1.5 ounce glass from reputable brand Libbey is ideal for all your bar's liquor-serving and measuring needs. This Libbey fluted whiskey glass is also perfect for use with other types of spirits and distilled beverages like tequila, vodka, rum, gin, and the like. Learn More
$30.49 As low as: $21.39A heavy-base Libbey fluted whiskey glass. This fluted 2 oz shot glass is just the right size for customers looking for that perfect small drink. Your bartender or barmaid can also use any of our Libbey whiskey glasses available here at Rapids Wholesale to mix just the right amount of whiskey for preparing cocktails. Learn More
$30.49 As low as: $21.39A plain 1 ounce shot glass from trusted brand Libbey that's perfect for all your bar and restaurant's liquor-serving and measuring needs. This whisky shot glass can also be used with other types of spirits. Learn More
All About the Shot Glass
A shot glass is a type of small bar glassware that is used to serve or measure spirits or liquor (and occasionally wine). Shot glasses can be used by your customers to drink their vodka, whisky, or tequila straight or by your bartenders or barmaids to measure spirits or liquor that is poured into a cocktail.
The term “shot glass,” if the Oxford English Dictionary is to be believed, first appeared in the New York Times during the 1940s. However, several references to shot glasses have actually existed as early as the 1930s. The term, though already used by several people, apparently did not come into common usage until much, much later.
In the 1800s, there have been references describing the serving of a jigger of rum or whisky to workers who were digging canals, but no apparent references to the term “shot glasses.”
Before the Prohibition in the United States in the early to mid 1900s, thin-sided whisky glasses were commonly used. After Prohibition, however, these whisky glasses were promptly replaced by shot glasses with a thick base and thick sides.
So how did the shot glass get its name? It's difficult to pinpoint the exact reason, but a theory exists that perhaps because the word “shot,” also means “dose,” that it may simply be that these small shot glasses hold small amounts or doses of liquor or spirits. However, there are several stories about the origin of the style of the shot glass and its name. Few of them stand up to much scrutiny, however, and these alleged stories either place the origin decades before the term appeared in print, or they describe an item that had nothing to do with drinking spirits or liquor.
Regardless of the actual origin of the name, however, it is clear that shot glasses are here to stay. They are most especially useful in bars, taverns, and pubs or other establishments that serve hard liquor, spirits, or cocktails. A great shot glass set also brings out the style and flair of a bar, pub, tavern, or restaurant.
Invest in the Bulk Shot Glasses - Be a Big Shot at your Bar.
A crystal shot glass is still your best bet if you want a great shot glass set for your bar. Plastic shot glasses are also an excellent option, but crystal shot glasses are easier to clean and give more character to your bar.
We at Rapids Wholesale have a large selection of bar glassware that includes a wide variety of crystal shot glasses from from Libbey's, one of the most-trusted glassware experts since 1818.
We have clear shot glasses perfect for any liquor. Choose from a selection of fluted or plain whisky or tequila shot glasses that can also double as a vodka shot glass.
Our shot glasses set come in various sizes: 3/4 ounce, 1.5 ounce, 1 1/4 ounce, 1 ounce, 2 ounce, and 1 1/2 ounce. A shot glass set comes by the dozen, in either fluted or plain, and can either be clear or wavy—you choose.