Pint: A pint of beer is 16 ounces, which is what we used in the math above. However, we have found that sometimes when you ask for a pint, they give you
a beer glass that is actually less than 16 ounces.
Pitcher: There is no official pitcher size, so you would have to ask your server what size their pitchers are. For our math, we use 60 ounces, as that seems to be
the most common beer pitcher size.
Keg: A standard keg size that you have probably seen at parties is a 1/2 barrel. A barrel of beer is 31 gallons, and half of that is 15.5 gallons. There are 128
ounces in a gallon. Thus, a 1/2 barrel keg of beer is 1984 ounces, which is what we used in our calculations above.