A fifth of whiskey contains 25.6 fluid ounces. The bottle contains onefifth of a gallon, and a gallon contains 128 fluid ounces; onefifth of 128 equals 25.6.
Several states had ordinances that set the measurement of 1/5 gallon as the legal threshold for selling liquor by the bottle or by the drink, which indicated whether the whiskey could be sold at a dry goods store or at a licensed barroom.
In the metric system, a fifth of whiskey contains 757.08 milliliters or roughly threequarters of a liter. This is roughly equivalent to the size of a standard wine bottle, which is 750 milliliters.
Many people have wondered how many ounces are in a fifth of whiskey. A fifth of whiskey is 25.6 ounces. A fifth is also equivalent to 1/5 of a gallon.
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There are 25.6 ounces in a fifth of whiskey. A fifth is 1/5 of a gallon.
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A fifth of whiskey is 750ml. The number of shots depends on what
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There is actually only .5 tablespoons in an ounce. I guess the question could really be asked by saying how many ounces in a tablespoon, which would be 2.
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