What is a fifth of liquor?
A fifth of liquor is 750 ml of liquor. The name represents the fact that it is almost 1/5 of a gallon but is actually short by about 8 ml.
a fifth of liquor (volume) is equal to 750 milliliters.
A fifth of liquor contains roughly 25 ounces. Sommelierdrew
There are about 25 oz. in a fifth of liquor.
Not quite. A pint is a half of a quart, or QUARTer-gallon. A "fifth" is a fifth of a gallon, so a pint is an eighth of a gallon, while a half of a fifth would be one-tenth.
A fifth is about 3/4 of a liter.
a fifth of liquor is 750 mL, or 20 ounces. A real fifth though, is actually 755 mL. I am not sure why liquor uses 750 mL other than my theory of the possibility of 20 ounces being so common in The States.
Because it is one-fifth of a gallon (slightly smaller than a quart). Now most liquor in the US is now sold in 750mL bottles (approximately 1/5 gallon), but the name "fifth" has stuck.
A fifth is a fifth of a gallon, a pint is an eighth of a gallon. So the fifth is larger
1 fifth liquor = 25.6 ounces (US) one shot equals about one ounce. so about 26 servings
750 ml or "a fifth" is a common size in alcohol
A "fifth" of alcohol equals 25.4 ounces or 750ml
About 25 oz.
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A fifth refers to a fifth of a gallon. Divide 64 by five and you get 12.8 ounces
NO. -The US term "fifth" refers to 1/5 US gallon of liquor. This is 757 ml or 25 fl oz. This is now the common size of a liquor or wine bottle in North America.
A "fifth" of liquor was 1/5 of a U.S. gallon (128 ounces) or 4/5 of a U.S. quart (32 ounces). So 128/5=25.6 ounces or (4/5)*32=25.6 ounces. The current bottles are 750 ml or 25.36 ounces.
A fifth is a common term for 750 ml of hard liquor, approximately 1/5 of a gallon.
What he means if every 'fifth' of liquor dey drunk was 'if' den a lot of stuff would be different
There are 1.5856236786469344608879492600423 pints in a gallon. And now, one from the lighter side: Not enough! The original "fifth" size liquor bottle was 4/5 of a pint, 1/5 of a gallon, or 25.6 ounces. The modern liquor bottle that we still call a fifth is actually 750 mls, which is 25.4 ounces, just a tiny bit less than the original fifth.
17 from a fifth, 25 from a liter, 45 from a 1.75L
A fifth of a liquid (generally liquor) is 25.368 fluid ounces (750 milliliters). One full gallon is 128 ounces.
There are 25.4 oz in a 750ml fifth so there is a little more than 25 1 oz shots
Since a "fifth" of liquor has less liquid than a quart, than a "fifth" must be 1/5 of a gallon, right? Originally there were two types of "gallon" in use for liquid: The "Wine Gallon" or Queen Anne's gallon of 128 oz or The "Water Gallon of 160 fluid ounces, or 10 lbs of water. AKA "Imperial Gallon" The US Gallon of 128 ounces was ratified later based on the Wine Gallon. one fifth of… Read More
I saw a bottle of Courvoisier L'Or cognac that was selling for $3500 a fifth.
When Prohibition was repealed in 1933 hard liquor was heavily taxed. It was $9 per gallon and $2.50 per quart. The manufacturers sold liquor in a fifth of a gallon to avoid being taxed. At first they only put a fifth of a gallon in the same quart bottles. This won many court cases for the legal manufacturers looking to avoid the tax. It took until 1938 for the gov't to change the tax law… Read More
1/5 = 0.2 So it is. A fifth is a bottle of hard liquor, containing a fifth of a (US) gallon. 1/5 is when you divide something into 5 groups. Then you take 1 of those 5 groups and you hav 1 fifth...
If you are assuming the typical "pint"-sized liquor (375 mL), then simple arithmetic would show that 2 pints = 1 "fifth" (750 mL). If we are talking a true pint of fluid (500 mL), then 1.5 pints = 1 "fifth".
About 750mL. Price-wise, it depends on the brand. They can sell from $5 to $5000 a bottle.
any cheap vodka, aristocrat and burnettes vodka is about $5-$6 a fifth
Champagne is about 13% alcohol. A bottle is typically 750 mL, meaning 97.5 mL of that is pure alcohol. A shot of liquor is 44.36 mL, though a shot of whiskey, tequila, or vodka is typically only 40% pure alcohol. This means a shot is only 17.74 mL of pure alcohol. Thus a bottle of champagne is the equivalent of 5.5 shots of liquor. Since a fifth of liquor holds about 17 shots, a bottle… Read More
According to The Webtender, a fifth is 25.6 ounces or 1/5 of a gallon.
There are a little over 25 fluid ounces in a 'fifth' which would provide 25, 1 ounce shots, or about 16 2/3, 1.5 ounce shots.
a 750 is a fifth of a gallon, so at least 13.
Technically it's one fifth of a gallon, so 757.1ml, but that has morphed into a standard 750ml bottle, which is the "normal" sized bottle you see in most liquor stores in the US.
A fifth is 750ml A can of soda is 12oz which is the same as equals 355ml 355/12 = 29.583 (how many milliliters are in a ounce) So, 750/29.583 = 25.352oz
One fifth of a gallon. The liquor industry started this when instead of raising the price on a quart of whiskey they reduced the bottle size to one fifth. It is four/fifths from being a whole if your a pessimist, If your an optimist you only need four more fiths to make a whole.
A fifth is 1/5 of a gallon. Therefore, 2.5 fifths would be half a gallon.
A "fifth" is equal to one fifth of a gallon. Therefore, five fifths would be equal to one gallon. A "fifth" is now sold in 750 ml (where ml means milliliter) containers (although still called a "fifth") and 750 ml can be written as 0.75 L (where "L" means Liter) which is the same as 3/4 of a Liter. Therefore, five 750 ml (0.75 L) containers would be equal to 3.75 L. An equation for… Read More
It's close to a "fifth" Before the adoption of metric units, booze in the U.S. was most commonly bottled in quarts and "fifths." A quart is one quarter of a gallon, and a fifth is -- you guessed it -- a fifth of a gallon. Now, liquor comes in one-liter and 750-ml bottles, which are about the same size as the quart and fifth, respectively. A 750-ml bottle -- the most common size for wine… Read More
750 mL a liter is about a quart four quarts to the gallon (a volume unit you should be familiar with) this comes out to be 19.8% of a gallon which we all know is just about a fifth of a gallon. (1/5 = .20)
Half pint, pint, fifth(of a gallon, or .75 liters, or 750 ML), and half gallons (handles, 1.75 liters)
1 cup = 8 ounces 1 pint = 2 cups = 16 ounces 1 quart = 2 pints = 4 cups = 32 ounces 1 gallon = 4 quarts 8 pints = 16 cups = 128 ounces A "fifth" of liquor is 1/5 of a gallon. -- 4/5 of a quart -- 1.6 pints -- 3.2 cups -- 25.6 fluid ounces.
One fifth of whiskey (or similar liquers) = 757.08236 milliliters. A typical liquer bottle found in Europe would hold 750 milliliters. In the US, we may still ask for a "fifth" or 'pint" or "half-pint" of liquor, but if you look at the bottom of the bottle, it will be marked "750", "375" or "200" ml.
According to The Webtender, a fifth is 25.6 ounces or 1/5 of a gallon. So there would be 2.5 fifths in a half-gallon.
Alcohol is a poison. It has pleasant effects at low levels, but at high levels it will kill you. An inexperienced drinker can die from drinking a fifth of liquor in a short time.
Close but a little off. You can round it to 17 shots in a fifth. A standard shot is indeed 1.5 ounces, and a fifth is 750 millileters. There are 44.36 mL in each 1.5 oz shot. doing the math, there are 16.907 1.5oz shots in a fifth. Not off by much really, but the extra mil and a half would be nice :) "a fifth holds 17.066667 shots 1 shot = 1.5 ounces It… Read More
The answer will depend on what a "fiths" is.
A fifth of vodka, or of any liquor, is actually 4/5ths of a quart, or 0.8 quarts. This equates very closely with 3/4ths of a liter, or 750 milliliters. For pictures of 750 ml bottles of vodka, use the link and start browsing. Most of the shown bottles are 750 ml bottles, or about a fifth of vodka. You'll find that link below.
You do not need a liquor license in MN to possess liquor.
Liquor is not illegal.