LANSING, Mich. - Michigan beer drinkers may want to raise a toast to a pair of state representatives who are proposing a law to guarantee an honest pint of beer.
The proposal would amend the Michigan Liquor Control Act and would make it an offense to advertise or sell a glass of beer as a pint if it is less than 16 ounces of beer.
Some pint-style beer glasses only hold 12 or 14 ounces and some bar owners say the law would force them to replace their glassware.
The bill is now in a State House committee.
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