A 6 pack of bottled beer would weigh 4.5 pounds. This can be determined by multiplying the 12 oz. beer by 6, and then converting the result into pounds.

A pony key hold 7.75 gallons of beer which equals 82 twelve ounce drinks. A gallon of beer weighs 8 pounds. All total a filled keg will weigh approximately 70-75 pounds.

to find the density of heiniken beer you have to drink three bottles of the beer. Then you have weigh yourself, and divide your weight by the weight of the beer. Multiply that number by pi, and then divide by 2. that is the density.

there are 2000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 million tonnes cm3 in a pallet of beer Generally a pallet of beer cans wieghs in at under 1500 kg. Bottles weigh less per pallet.

Assuming you mean the beer only and not including the container and assuming that beer weighs the same as water (it will be very close), then 16 fluid ounces of beer weighs 16.7 ounces or 1.04 pound.

A full keg of beer weighs approximately 170 lbs. 1/2 keg of beer holds 15.5 gallons. An empty keg weighs about 20 lbs, and the rest of the weight is the weight of the beer.

If you find in beer some tasting ingredients besides the water, then beer must weigh slightly more. One of the "ingredients" is alcohol, which weighs less than water, so depending on the exact mix, it may weigh more or less.

It would be very close to the same. The beer is likely to be a bit heavier than plain water. The difference would be hard to detect with a light beer, but a heavy beer could be noticeable.

A 1/4 keg of beer is equal to 3.5 cases of beer and weighs 85 pounds. A 1/6 keg of beer is equal to 2.5 cases of beer and weighs 60 pounds. A 1/4 keg is also known as a pony keg.

Yes you would weigh about a pound more. But something quite interesting is that a fluid ounce of water or beer does not weigh one ounce, it is slightly more. Exactly how much more depends on wether you use imperial or U.S. units.