Publican wrote:The Granite serves a 18 oz "pint" and they state that on their menu cards on the tables. Even though they state it I still would want 2 more ounces of beer, not including head. When I mentioned this to a server she was not impressed. What should happen is if a pub is not serving a full 20 ounces the cost of the beer should be lower.
JerCraigs wrote:Publican wrote:What should happen is if a pub is not serving a full 20 ounces the cost of the beer should be lower.
Youre assuming its not already lower. None of these places are going to increase the size and keep the price the same! They will raise the prices.
skootles wrote:When we went to Duke's Refresher for the ABV event last week, I noticed that their menu listed a "pint" at 10oz.
On the one hand, it's nice that they listed the size, but on the other, 10oz is quite literally a half pint, not a pint.
groulxsome wrote:I do not believe that “A pint contains 20 fl. oz. (568 ml) in Canada.” I think it generally contains 500 ml plus or minus 25 ml for foam.
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