Spring is here, the sun is out and a nice cold beer is in order. Here is how to raise a glass and relax.
Draw a rounded corner rectangle and fill it with a color, no stroke.
Duplicate the rectangle, reduce the size of it for the handle. Switch the fill for the stroke and add a 20 pt stroke to the shape to form the handle.
Move the handle behind the rectangle and position it so about 1/3 sticks out the side.
Duplicate the original rectangle, reduce the width of the rectangle. Use the Direct Selection Tool to select the upper two corners to remove the rounded corners and make them square.
Fill the "highlight" rectangle with a lighter color of the original fill. Double click on the color picker at the bottom of the Tool Bar. The Color Picker will pop up, select the S (Saturation) button and slide the slider to the lighter portion of the slider.
Place the highlight on the side of the beer mug.
Draw a rectangle on to p of the mug, fill it with a contrasting color.
Use the Direct Selection Tool, select the top edges and round the top edges to form a cap.
Draw a rectangle, duplicate it 3 times, fill it with the same color as the foam cap. Make the rectangle different lengths.
Using the Pathfinder Panel, Unite them all together into one shape.
Use the Direct Selection Tool to select all the points at the bottom of the rectangles, then pull them in to form rounded ends that form the drips.