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What is a "proper pour" for different beers and ale?

alkapal | Feb 20, 201504:01 AM     17

I've gotten this pour on an IPA in a Pilsner glass at Gordon Biersch (see photo). Is this the correct pour (head height, e.g.)? Why do I want the head on it?

In pubs, I've always gotten the glasses filled to the top (at least in pint mugs).

What are the "rules"?

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