The "Honest Pint Act" is aimed at the practice of selling "pints" of beer in glasses, sometimes with thick bottoms, that can't hold the full liquid measure of a pint.
The bill, which got a hearing Friday, would have state health inspectors on their regular rounds inspecting beer glasses for capacity.
The Register-Guard newspaper in Eugene reports the extra review would entail a fee for an amount that has yet to be determined.
But barkeeps who pass the test would be rewarded with a decal, to be displayed on a window or door, proclaiming their establishments to be purveyors of an "honest pint."nice!! haha
market crashes, lets get drunk!!