There are 8 cups in half of one U.S. gallon. This means that a half gallon is also equivalent to 2 quarts. In the U.S., milk and other liquids are often sold in standard half-gallon or gallon jugs. More »

There are 64 fluid ounces in a half gallon. Both measurements are units of volume in the imperial system, widely used in the United States for cooking and other tasks. More »

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There is 1 cup of milk in a half pint. There are 2 cups of milk in a pint and 2 pints in a quart. There are 4 quarts of milk in a gallon. More »

There are 4 quarts in 1 U.S. gallon. In international locations where the liter is used as the standard measurement, approximately 4 liters equal 1 U.S. gallon. More »

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There are 64 fluid ounces in a half gallon. Both measurements are units of volume in the imperial system, widely used in the United States for cooking and other tasks. More »

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It takes approximately two and a half 750 milliliter bottles to make a half gallon. To get the number of bottles needed to make half a gallon, the gallon has to be converted to milliliters, divided by 2 to get half of it... More »

There are five fifths in a gallon, and 2.5 fifths in half a gallon. A fifth is a unit of measurement formerly used in the United States for distilled beverages. More »