Taking liquor inventory involves a lot of math. How many ounces in 750 ml? How many ounces in 1.75 L, for that matter? And how many shots are in a pint of alcohol? Answers to questions like these enable you to take accurate inventory counts. And because we love managing liquor inventory like an only child, we’re going to help you.

**So, we took a look at the most common sizes of liquor bottles. And we broke it all down for you by ounces, milliliters, and shots.**

Below, you'll see figures for the shot, the pint, the liter, and the handle. All the most frequently encountered alcohol and liquor bottle sizes and serving sizes. We’ve got a lovely liquor bottle sizes graphic below. And a common liquor bottle sizes chart at the very end of the post, which can help you with your liquor bottle display. All usage of ounces in this article refers to fluid ounces.

**Common Liquor Bottles Sizes Chart**

Here's a chart with the most common sizes of liquor bottles, along with how many shots, ounces, and milliliters they have. If you've gone to bartending school or have your bartender license, these should be burned in your brain. If you're learning how to get a liquor license, these will also come in handy for general knowledge goals.

Name | Shots | Ounces | Milliliters |
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Shot | 1 | 1.5 | 44.36 |

Pint | 10.5 | 16 | 473 |

Fifth | 17 | 25.36 | 750 |

Liter | 22 | 33.82 | 1000 |

Handle | 39 | 59.18 | 1750 |

**Less Common Alcohol Bottle Sizes**

The above chart and graphic illustrate the common alcohol bottle sizes. But, in our quest for comprehensiveness, we want to provide the whole picture. Below are some of the uncommon alcohol bottle sizes in the U.S. Many are also uncommon wine bottle sizes.

**Nip**

The alcohol bottle size known as a nip is also called a mini and contains 50 ml of alcohol. That’s about 1.7 ounces and approximately one 1.5-ounce shot.

**Quarter pint**

A quarter pint of alcohol is 100 ml and contains 3.4 ounces. It’s not *exactly* a quarter pint but it’s still given that name. There are roughly two 1.5-ounce shots in a quarter pint of alcohol. We always recommend learning how many ounces in a pint half.

**Half-pint**

Likewise, a half-pint of alcohol bottle size isn’t *exactly* half of an actual pint. But it is double a quarter pint of alcohol bottle size. A half-pint in mL is 200 mL or 6.8 ounces. A half-pint of alcohol bottle size contains about four 1.5-ounce shots. The most common half pint of alcohol is the half-pint of Hennessy.

**Magnum**

A magnum liquor bottle is in between the liter of liquor (1 L) and the handle of liquor (1.75 L). A magnum alcohol bottle size is 1.5 L or 50.7 ounces. A magnum liquor bottle has about 34 1.5-ounce shots in it.

**Double Magnum**

A double magnum alcohol bottle size is also called a jeroboam. It’s 3 L or 101.4 ounces. That means there are roughly 67 1.5-ounce shots in a double magnum or jeroboam alcohol bottle.

**Rehoboam**

Finally, the biggest. A rehoboam is an alcohol bottle size of 4.5 L or 152.2 ounces. It contains just over 101 1.5-ounce shots of liquor. You'll only open one of these for special occasions. No point letting the liquor go bad by opening it at the wrong time. You also don't want to find out the hard way the answer to can wine go bad.

**How Many Ounces and ML Are In a Shot?**

How much is a shot of alcohol? It varies. Depends on where you are, how generous the barkeep is, and what you ask for. Below is the answer to how many ounces is one shot, among other common queries.

**How Many Ounces in a Shot?**

Most bartenders and cocktail recipes use 1.5 ounces of liquor per shot. That said, there is no standard shot size in the U.S., except for in Utah where they define a shot as 1 fluid ounce.

But for all intents and purposes, a shot in the U.S. is 1.5 ounces. Some establishments pour lighter 1.25-ounce pours. Some pour heavier than 1.5, though not often.

That means that a double shot is typically 3 ounces of liquor, though that's of course assuming the bartender is pouring 1.5-ounce shots. But any shot over 2 ounces is considered a double. This applies to cocktails made as doubles, too.

Read more about standard liquor pours and standard wine pours. We've also got a great resource that'll help you figure out how many beers in a keg, too.

**How Many ML in a Shot of Alcohol?**

The accepted amount of liquor served in a shot in the U.S. is 1.5 ounces or 44 milliliters.

One US fluid ounce is 29.57 ml. So, to convert fluid ounces to ml, multiply the ounces by 29.57. Remember that how many ml in a shot depends on the shot being poured. If it’s a 1-ounce shot, there are 29.57 ml in a shot.

**How Many Ounces and Shots In a 750 ML Liquor Bottle?**

This is the bottle of liquor most people think of when they ask how many shots are in a bottle of liquor. It’s pretty much the standard alcohol bottle size and what you'll most use for well liquor. It’s also called a 5th of alcohol and is the most common size you'll see in online liquor sales.

**How Many Ounces in 750 ML?**

There are 25.36 ounces in a 750 ml bottle. It's the most common liquor bottle size out there. But, when people ask: "how many ounces in 750 ml?" they're usually trying to figure out the quantity of a standard drink measure they can get out of a 750 ml bottle, right? And that depends on the size of the shots being poured. So, keep on reading.

**How Many Shots In a 750ML Bottle?**

There are approximately 17 1.5-ounce shots in a 750ml bottle of liquor. It’s the most common shot size in the U.S. So, for example, that means there are just over eight 3-ounce screwdriver doubles in a fifth of vodka.

**What Is a Fifth of Liquor?**

A fifth of alcohol, be it a fifth of vodka or any other type of liquor, is another name for a 750 ml alcohol bottle.

In the late 19th century, one-fifth of a gallon was the legal threshold for individual commercial alcohol sales. Anything larger and you had to go wholesale. For this reason, fifths were also called commercial quarts. Fifths are mostly what bartenders use to free pour with.

**How Many Drinks in a Fifth?**

“How many ounces in a fifth?" is the exact same question as “how big is a 750 ml liquor bottle?”. There are 25.36 ounces in a fifth of liquor.

That means there are approximately 17 1.5-ounce drinks in a fifth.

**How Many Shots in 375 ML?**

There are roughly 8.5 shots in a 375 ml bottle of alcohol. It’s half the shots in a fifth of alcohol, or a 750 ml bottle of liquor.

**How Many ML, Ounces, and Shots in a Liter?**

The liter is the liquor size group's foreign friend. They grew up in a different place.

**How Big Is a Liter?**

A liter bottle of liquor is 1,000 ml or 1 liter. That makes it 25% larger than a standard 750ml fifth. Buying a liter of liquor in the U.S. is about as common as ordering a liter of cola. Nevertheless, they're out there.

**How Many Ounces in a Liter?**

There are approximately 33.82 ounces in a liter. For example. a bottle of Tito's Vodka with this amount would keep you stocked for a while.

**How Many Shots in a Liter?**

There are 22 1.5-ounce shots in a liter. That means there are about 11 shots or standard cocktail pours in a liter of alcohol.

**And That's How Big Liquor Bottles Are!**

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## Frequently Asked Questions About Liquor Bottle Sizes

**What are the different sizes of liquor bottles? **

Alcohol bottles come in a variety of sizes. The standard size is 750 ml, also known as a fifth (one-fifth of a gallon). Other common sizes include 50 ml, 100 ml, 200 ml, 375 ml, 1 L, and 1.75 L.

**What are the sizes of vodka bottles?**

Vodka and other spirits generally come in 50 ml (1.7 ounces), 200 ml (6.8 ounces), 375 ml (12.7 ounces), 750 ml (25.4 ounces), 1 L (33.8 ounces), and 1.75 L (59.2 ounces).

**How many shots are in a bottle of liquor?**

Nip/Miniature (1 shot), quarter pint (2 shots), half-pint (4 shots), pint (8 shots), standard bottle/"fifth" (16 shots), liter (22 shots), and half-gallon/handle (36 shots).

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## FAQs

### What are the bottle sizes for alcohol? ›

Alcohol bottles come in a variety of sizes. The standard size is 750 ml, also known as a fifth (one-fifth of a gallon). Other common sizes include **50 ml, 100 ml, 200 ml, 375 ml, 1 L, and 1.75 L**.

**How many shots are in each size bottle? ›**

A standard bottle of alcohol has 750 milliliters, which will give you about **16 shots** or 16 cocktails. One shot is typically an ounce and a half.

**How many 1.5 oz shots can be poured from a 750 ml bottle? ›**

We know that in a 750 ml bottle there is 25.36 fluid ounces. Since a traditional shot glass(jigger) is 1.5 fl oz. We multiply the 29.57 mL we had previously by 1.5. And lastly, 750 ml/44.46 mL = **16.90 shots**.

**How much liquor is in a shot bottle? ›**

Shot. A standard shot is 1.5 ounces, which is also the size of miniature bottles, or a nip. It contains 44.36 mL. This amount is what you would use for a base liquor in most mixed drinks.

**What is the size of a shot? ›**

While there is no federally-mandated shot-glass size, many U.S. bartenders consider a standard volume to be **1.5 ounces**, or 44 milliliters. (For what it's worth, Utah is the only state that has officially defined a shot measurement—and it's 1.5 ounces.)

**What are the sizes of bottles? ›**

Bottle Sizes Chart

**375 ml Demi or Half**: Holds one-half of the standard 750 ml size. 750 ml Standard: Common bottle size for most distributed wine. 1.5 L Magnum: Equivalent to two standard 750 ml bottles. 3.0 L Double Magnum: Equivalent to two Magnums or four standard 750 ml bottles.

**What size is 1 shot of alcohol? ›**

Most shot glasses hold around **1.25 oz. to 1.5 oz**., but there is no official standard size for a shot. Some shot glasses can be less than an ounce and others can be over 3 ounces, with the most common size being 1.5 oz.

**How many 2 ounce shots are in a 750 ml bottle? ›**

How Many 2 Ounce Shots Are In a 750 ml Bottle? The more you pour in your shot, the fewer shots you will get out of a 750 ml bottle. If you are pouring two-ounce shots, you will only get **twelve shots** out of a bottle.

**How many shots is 8 oz of liquor? ›**

The 8oz is also a popular choice when it come to getting the most amount of shots as this flask provides around **9 shots** of alcohol.

**What is a 375 ml bottle called? ›**

A 375ml bottle is called **a pint** and is a common measurement used when ordering a beer.

### How many 1 oz shots are in a 1.75 liter bottle? ›

There are **40 shots** in a handle of liquor.

The average shot glass holds 1.75 ounces of liquor, and 1 handle holds 1.75 liters of liquor. 1 liter equals 33.814 ounces of liquor., and 1.75 liters equals 59.1745 ounces. Divide that number by 1.5 (size of a standard shot glass) and you have 40 shots.

**How many shots are in a 1.5 l bottle? ›**

A magnum, 1.5 liters, has **33 shots**. A half gallon has 39 shots. A double magnum, or a Jeroboam, has 67 shots. A Rehoboam, 4.5 liters, has 101 shots.

**How many ml is a shot glass of alcohol? ›**

There is no official size for a single shot, except in Utah, where a shot is defined as 1.5 US fl oz (**44.4 ml**). Elsewhere in the U.S., the standard size is generally considered to be 1.25–1.5 US fl oz (37–44 ml).

**How many shots are in 200 ml? ›**

A 200 ml shot of alcohol is equivalent to 6. 8 US fluid ounces, or a little over half a cup of alcohol. This would be equal to about 6-7 standard “shots” of alcohol, depending on what kind of alcohol beverage is being poured. The standard US shot is typically 1.

**Is a shot of alcohol 2 oz? ›**

**In the U.S., a standard shot is 1.5 ounces**. There are no federal laws mandating what a shot should be, although Utah has made it the legal maximum. Still, it's up to the bars to decide how many ounces are in a shot, and this can range from 1.25 ounces to 2 ounces depending on the state.

**How many ml is a standard shot? ›**

One Standard Drink Equals: 341 ml (12 oz) bottle of 5% alcohol beer, cider or cooler. **43 ml** (1.5 oz) shot of 40% hard liquor (vodka, rum, whisky, gin etc.)

**What is a 1 oz shot called? ›**

An official jigger measures 1.5 ounces on one side and 1 ounce on the other. The 1.5-ounce side is referred to as a “jigger shot.” The 1-ounce side is often called a “**pony shot**.” Of course, just like the shot glass, these double-barrelled measuring vessels are available today in different sizes and shapes.

**How many ml is one ounce shot? ›**

Pony. A pony shot is small and only holds 1 ounce or 30 ml of alcohol or liquid.

**How do I know my bottle size? ›**

Measure the Diameter

**Measure the bottom face of the bottle from one side to the other with a flat ruler**. This is your bottle diameter. Multiply the diameter by pi (3.14), and the resulting number is your circumference.

**What size bottle is best? ›**

The best size of water bottle is **16 to 24 ounces or 473 to 708 milliliters**. Generally, this bottle size is good enough to keep you hydrated throughout your day while being easy to carry with you. If you think you need more water than that, you can go up to 32 ounces.

### What size bottles should I get? ›

Start with **4- or 5-ounce bottles**. They're perfect for the small amounts of breast milk or formula newborns eat in one sitting. Shift to 8- or 9-ounce bottles at about 4 months, or whenever your baby's growing appetite makes bigger bottles more practical.

**How much alcohol should be in a shot? ›**

**1.5 ounces** of distilled spirits, which is about 40% alcohol.

**Is a shot of whiskey 1 oz? ›**

Like other liquors, a standard whiskey pour is **1.5 ounces** for shot, 2 ounces for a neat or rocks pour, and 3 ounces for a double. Pouring whiskey is right up there with pouring beer in importance, as every bartender needs to master these.

**What size is a single shot of vodka? ›**

A typical-strength single (25ml) measure of vodka will have **1 unit of alcohol** in it.

**How many shots are in 1.75 ml? ›**

There are 40 1.5-ounce shots in a 1.75-liter handle of liquor.

**Is 750 ml the same as 16 oz? ›**

Quick Conversions

What is this? There are **25.36 fluid ounces in 750 mL**.

**How big is 375 ml bottle? ›**

Half pint. This size holds approximately 375ml or 12.7 ounces of liquor and is often used for mixed drinks or as a personal-size bottle.

**How many shots are in 16oz? ›**

Starbucks' Venti (20 oz) and Grande (16 oz) each contain **two shots** of espresso. The Venti just has more milk. So if it's caffeine you're after, size doesn't matter.

**How many oz vodka is a shot? ›**

How Much Alcohol Is A Shot Of Vodka? A shot of vodka, which can be anywhere from 40-95% ABV, is 0.6 to 1.425 ounces of alcohol, respectively. The average shot is 1.5 ounces of liquid, so a simple ABV calculation reveals how much alcohol is in the shot.

**How many shots is 16oz of vodka? ›**

How Many Shots Are in a Bottle? | ||
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Bottle | Milliliters | Shots per Bottle |

Standard Bottle (aka Fifth) | 750 ml | 16 shots |

Liter | 1 L | 22 shots |

Magnum | 1.5 L | 33 shots |

### What is 90ml alcohol called? ›

For the minuscule middle-class Indians, a 30 ml will count as a chhota, 60 ml for a bada and **a Patiala** is 90 ml. For the nitpicking drinker, peg comes from “paegl”, a Danish measure, which today would be roughly 250 ml.

**What is a 200 ml bottle called? ›**

Name | US customary units | Metric units |
---|---|---|

Miniature | 1.7 US fl oz | 50 mL |

half pint | 6.8 US fl oz | 200 mL |

demi | 11.8 US fl oz | 350 mL |

shoulder | 11.8 US fl oz | 350 mL |

**What is a 100ml bottle of liquor called? ›**

100ml (Quarter) 200ml (Half Pint) 375ml (Pint) 500ml. 750ml (Fifth or standard)

**How many shots are in a Titos 1.75 ml handle? ›**

How much alcohol is in a handle of Tito's? The amount of alcohol in a handle of Tito's Handmade Vodka is 1.75ml or 0.46 gallons. The amount of shots that you can get from a handle is **approximately 40** - which is about 35-36 more than the amount it takes to get you drunk.

**How many 1 ounce shots are in a 1 liter bottle? ›**

Pouring a 1 oz. shot gives you **33 shots** per liter.

**How many 1.5 oz shots in a 1 liter bottle? ›**

There are 22 1.5-ounce shots in a liter. That means there are about 11 shots or standard cocktail pours in a liter of alcohol.

**What do you call a 1.5 liter bottle of liquor? ›**

**The Magnum**

At 1.5 litres, magnums are twice the standard bottle size.

**How many ml is one glass? ›**

A glass holds **200 millilitres** of water.

**How many ml is 2 oz of shot? ›**

To that end 52 ml (or 1.75 oz) and **60 ml** (2 oz ) capacities are common for a shot glass and easily hold the milliliters in a standard shot.

**How many ml is a double shot? ›**

The US national standard is that a single pour or shot is 1.5oz (44.3ml or 4.4cl) and a double pour is 2oz (**59.14ml** or 5.9cl).

### Is 20ml a single shot? ›

Single Shot: **A single shot contains 1.5 ounces or 44 milliliters** of liquor.

**How do you count shots for a drink? ›**

A four-count is just what it sounds like. **As you pour, count to four (yes, with “Mississippi”), and stop.** **Each “count” should equal about ½ ounce of alcohol**. With a bit of practice, what ends up in your glass should fill the 2-ounce side of a jigger.

**How many Oz is a double shot? ›**

A double shot uses 14g of coffee and produces around 60ml of espresso (about 2 liquid ounces). Double shots are now the standard in America and many places around the world. If you ask for a single, the barista will likely pull a double but use a split portafilter to halve the shot for you.

**How many counts is 1 oz? ›**

How Many Counts Is a 1 Oz Pour? A 1-ounce pour is **2 counts** using a pour spout. A good way to get there is using “one one-thousand” as a counting device.

**Is 4 ounces of alcohol a day too much? ›**

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, drinking is considered to be in the moderate or low-risk range for women at no more than three drinks in any one day and no more than seven drinks per week. **For men, it is no more than four drinks a day** and no more than 14 drinks per week.

**What is a 1.75 bottle of liquor called? ›**

The 1.75 L bottle is also called **a handle of liquor** or a handle of alcohol. Or it's referred to as a handle of whatever type of liquor it is. A handle of vodka, for example. It's big enough to have a handle on the bottle, hence the “handle of alcohol” name.

**What is a 4.5 L bottle called? ›**

Capacity | Name | Description |
---|---|---|

3.0L | Double Magnum/Jeroboam | Two Magnums or four standard bottles |

4.5L | Rehoboam | Six standard bottles |

6.0L | Imperial | Eight standard bottles or two Double Magnums |

9.0L | Salmanazar | Twelve standard bottles |

**What are the different serving sizes of alcohol? ›**

In the United States, one "standard" drink (or one alcoholic drink equivalent) contains roughly 14 grams of pure alcohol, which is found in: **12 ounces of regular beer, which is usually about 5% alcohol**. **5 ounces of wine, which is typically about 12% alcohol**. **1.5 ounces of distilled spirits, which is about 40% alcohol**.

**Is 750 ml a fifth? ›**

**A standard bottle of alcohol, or a fifth, has 750 milliliters**, which will give you about 16 shots or 16 cocktails. One shot is typically an ounce and a half.

**What is a 180 ml bottle called? ›**

The terminology for spirits in India is completely different: regular (750 ml) bottles are called quarts, half-bottles (375 ml) are called pints, and the smallest (180 ml) are called **nips** - for reasons that have never been clear to me. Interestingly, nips account for some 60 per cent of all liquor sales in India.

### What is 8 bottles called? ›

**Methuselah**. The Methuselah is the equivalent of 8 standard bottles which equates to 6 litres of Champagne or 48 glasses.

**What is 90 mL bottle called? ›**

A half-quarter or 90 ml is a **Patiala Peg**.

**How many mL is a standard shot? ›**

One Standard Drink Equals: 341 ml (12 oz) bottle of 5% alcohol beer, cider or cooler. **43 ml** (1.5 oz) shot of 40% hard liquor (vodka, rum, whisky, gin etc.)

**What is the per serving size of a shot of liquor? ›**

A standard serving contains about **½ fluid ounce** of “pure” alcohol, regardless of the type of alcohol.

**How many ml is a fifth of Crown Royal? ›**

A fifth is **750 ml** or one-fifth of a gallon.

**Why is it called a fifth? ›**

People started saying a fifth of liquor **because that was the standard bottle size**. Liquor was measured in gallons, and one-fifth of a gallon simply became a fifth. In the late 19th century, some stores in the US sold bottles that were called quarts but actually contained less than that.

**What are small bottles of alcohol called? ›**

Miniatures may be used as gifts, samples, or for promotional purposes. In Scotland and the Northeastern United States they are often known as nips and shooters, and referred elsewhere as airplane bottles or mini-bar bottles or travel-sized bottles.