A typical beer pitcher holds 60 ounces, which is the equivalent of three imperial pints. An imperial pint glass holds 20 ounces and has a thinner side with a small bulge approximately 3/4 of the way up the pint glass. More »

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The number of ounces in a standard pitcher of beer depends on the size of the pitcher. Restaurant suppliers sell beer pitchers that have capacities of 32 ounces, 48 ounces or 60 ounces of beer, with most bars and restaur... More »

The number of beers in a pitcher depends on both the size of the pitcher and the size of the glass of beer being poured. Standard beer pitchers range from 48 to 60 fluid ounces, with some pitchers being as small as 32 fl... More »

A standard bar pitcher is 60 ounces, which holds 3 3/4 pints of beer at 16 ounces each. Beer ranges in alcohol content from 4 to 7 percent, and the actual serving size of beer varies considerably based on the type of bee... More »

The standard U.S. keg size is a half barrel and has a capacity of 15.5 gallons or 1984 ounces, which is the equivalent of 165 12-ounce glasses of beer. The standard keg measures 23 3/8 inches high by 16 1/8 inches wide a... More »

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An average beer pitcher contains 64 ounces of beer, which equals four pints or 5.25 12-ounce mugs. Beer cans usually hold 12 ounces of beer and bottles hold about 11 oz, so drinking a pitcher of beer is like drinking a l... More »

A keg of beer contains 124 pints. A keg is equal to a half-barrel, which holds 1,984 ounces of liquid. There are 16 ounces in a pint. More »