the use of glassware that ensures a
patron receives at least 16 fluid ounces of beer when a pint is poured. While
not against the law and without uniform standards that enforce a uniform measure,
the result is a market in which some pubs serve beer in 20-ounce imperial pints
while others use glassware as small as 14 ounces — all called ‘pints’.
Unwittingly one can pay a premium for beer served in smaller than advertised
glass. But, not here.