September 15, 2008

Guinness Imperial Pint Glasses

guinness_imperial_pint_glasses.jpgWe did a story recently about the disturbing trend towards smaller pint glasses - and the fact that bars are charging just as much for glasses with less beer in them. One way you can always be sure you'll get a full, honest-to-Shane-MacGowan pint is to pour your own, so we found these full Imperial pint glasses featuring a 20 ounce capacity and the Guinness logo to get you started.

You could also try bringing these glasses down to the local short-pint-pouring watering hole and say "fill 'er up," but we can't guarantee results.

Guinness Imperial Pint Glasses

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 15, 2008 6:55 AM
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Too bad guinness doesnt sell beer in imperial pts or even US pints in stores. I guess you'll just have to drink 2 beers instead.


Posted by: CWhitman at September 17, 2008 3:55 AM
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