Rogue pubs use to serve some of their bigger beers. At one of Rogue's "garage sales" this summer I finally treated myself to a pair of them so I could feel kingly when drinking beer at home. I really enjoy these goblets, but they don't hold much -- 10 ounces at best. That can often be a good thing, though it would be nice if a whole 12-ounce bottle could fit in one.
Black Star Co-op Pub and Brewery in Austin. They were serving some beers in giant fishbowl goblets that weigh about two and a half pounds and hold at least 16 ounces. They didn't bear any logo, and they weren't for sale as souvenirs, but my friend Brady took note of my excitement over this Holy Grail-shaped vessel. When he saw several of them for sale at an estate sale shortly thereafter, he bought them up and was kind enough to give me one. This is the glass I reach for first nowadays, though the huge surface area and heavy weight means I tend to slosh a bit of beer on my feet if I'm walking back to my house after filling it up at Dave's kegerator next door.