A BA from LA recently brought me a couple bottles of Pliny the Elder , now that it's no longer distributed in Washington. I was puzzled to see on the label: 1 pint, 1.25 fl. oz. (510 ML). When we used to get Pliny here, the labels said: 1 pint, .90 fl. oz (500 ML). I'm pretty sure the bottles are exactly the same size, the same kind of 0.5 L bottles that Weihenstephaner and Ayinger beers come in. So I'm just curious. Why would a beer bottled for the California market allegedly contain 10 milliliters more beer than the same beer bottled for the Washington market? I'm pretty sure the bottling process isn't that precise, so this seems to be more of a labeling issue. Anyone? Cheers!