How many ounces do you serve from 750-765ml bottles?

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  1. UncleEmu

    UncleEmu Initiate (0) Mar 15, 2014 Hawaii

    Obviously it depends on alcohol content and flavor, but a lot of the beers in this larger bottle format are 9-12% ABV. Do you drop it down to a wine sized serving (4-6 ounces), or do closer to 12-16 ounce servings?

    Flavor wise, this particular question is dealing with serving a few bottles of Goose Island's Lolita at a large dinner event. I'll be putting it into white wine glasses, so I was thinking of going 6-8 ounces. Let me know what you think.

    Thanks - Emu
     
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  2. rozzom

    rozzom Champion (878) Jan 22, 2011 New York
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    Assuming I'm not trying to stretch the bottle further, I normally get around 4 glasses out of a 750
     
  3. Westmeister

    Westmeister Initiate (0) Apr 20, 2011 Georgia

    Hmm never thought about it, but its probably in the 8 ounce range to make it seem like I am making the bottle last. It probably depends on the type of beer too. Sours, stouts and barleywines, and other big beers are in the smaller ounce range. Can't recall too many lighter style 750 options, but I would most likely pour those heavier.
     
  4. BH712

    BH712 Initiate (0) Jan 29, 2014 District of Columbia

    Treat it like wine and pour accordingly - 5oz should get you 5 glasses.
     
  5. azorie

    azorie Champion (892) Mar 18, 2006 Florida

    I not sure what you mean, I drink the whole bottle as always, the old 22oz mug holds most of it.
    Sharing with the wife when its something she likes. she drinks like 6oz and I get the rest.:grinning:

    Now she does not buy them anymore, but when Duchesse de Bourgogne was around 10-11 bucks at 750 she would get 3 glass (8oz aprox) out of 1. Sometimes over a whole week!

    not me, its just a big 2 beer taste for me.

    Once that imported Belgian got to 12 plus she said fuck them assholes. kind of like me and my favorite beer Orval, not paying 7 bucks for 330ml...

    I will clone that beer if it kills me....

    Never seen a 765ml . I been bombers, and 750.
     
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  6. BMMillsy

    BMMillsy Initiate (0) Feb 16, 2012 Florida

    I don't do much sharing of my beer, so generally 750 ml goes into a 25.6 ounce serving for myself.

    :slight_smile:
     
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  7. devilfluff

    devilfluff Zealot (559) Apr 1, 2014 New Jersey
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    How many people are drinking it?
     
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  8. BoardwalkBock

    BoardwalkBock Zealot (575) Aug 18, 2012 New York

    Depends on the amount of people. I usually do betwen 4-8 oz. HOWEVER, if it just me and another person (or just myself), I will pour liberally!
     
  9. UncleEmu

    UncleEmu Initiate (0) Mar 15, 2014 Hawaii

    8 people, plus 2-3 people would want a taste. I am thinking 3 bottles
     
  10. gatornation

    gatornation Poo-Bah (5,799) Apr 18, 2007 Minnesota
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    3 8oz+ pours for me
     
  11. mikeburd1128

    mikeburd1128 Zealot (547) Oct 28, 2011 New Jersey

    So your question is "I have 8 people. How many bottles should I bring?"

    The way you phrased it is kind of confusing. But if you have 8 people, I would say 3 pours per bottle at roughly 8 oz a piece. So 3 bottles.
     
  12. turbotype

    turbotype Aspirant (297) Nov 5, 2013 California

    uhh, you drink the whole thing.
     
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  13. Immortale25

    Immortale25 Poo-Bah (3,358) May 13, 2011 North Carolina
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    I try to do 9 or 10 oz pours
     
  14. ManforallSaisons

    ManforallSaisons Devotee (427) Mar 20, 2008 Belgium

    My pattern is familiar if splitting with 1-3 people: I'll slightly overpour three services, then go for a fourth--doh! The only difference is something designed for a bigger crowd to taste, in which case, I max out at mmmaybe a sixth serving. Pouring any less feels like a stingy share.
     
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