The Fort George Brewery in downtown Astoria shares a whole block with a bakery. It gets its name from what the British called John Jacob Astor's fur trading post when the War of 1812 forced him to sell it for a while to the Hudson's Bay Company (or its predecessor, I forget which now). Inside, the pints are flowing, in the form of mason jars. Honestly, this is the pub's standard method of serving a pint. My server said it holds a bit closer to 17 ounces, thus a better deal than the usual 16-oz. bar glass.
They make sausage on-site as well. I had a daily special, a chantrel mushroom sausage with a salad, which was tasty. A pretty good band was playing near the bar. It was a friendly place and a good time (10/03/10)