# Convert Forties to Pints

Enter the beer volume in forties below to get the value converted to pints.

**Results in Pints:**

## How to Convert Forties to Pints

To convert a forty measurement to a pint measurement, multiply the beer volume by the conversion ratio. One forty is equal to 2.5 pints, so use this simple formula to convert:

The beer volume in pints is equal to the forties multiplied by 2.5.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 forties to pints using the formula above.

Forties and pints are both units used to measure beer volume. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Forties

The forty is a US standard size bottle containing a 40 fl. oz. of beer. This size bottle is commonly associated with lower quality beer, but that is not always the case.

The forty is a US customary unit of beer volume.

## Pints

The pint is a standard size glass in the US containing 16 fl. oz. of beer. The glass is typically conical in shape, with a base that is smaller than the top.

The pint is a US customary unit of beer volume. Pints can be abbreviated as *pt*, for example 1 pint can be written as 1 pt.

## Forty to Pint Conversion Table

Forties | Pints |
---|---|

1 | 2.5 pt |

2 | 5 pt |

3 | 7.5 pt |

4 | 10 pt |

5 | 12.5 pt |

6 | 15 pt |

7 | 17.5 pt |

8 | 20 pt |

9 | 22.5 pt |

10 | 25 pt |

11 | 27.5 pt |

12 | 30 pt |

13 | 32.5 pt |

14 | 35 pt |

15 | 37.5 pt |

16 | 40 pt |

17 | 42.5 pt |

18 | 45 pt |

19 | 47.5 pt |

20 | 50 pt |

21 | 52.5 pt |

22 | 55 pt |

23 | 57.5 pt |

24 | 60 pt |

25 | 62.5 pt |

26 | 65 pt |

27 | 67.5 pt |

28 | 70 pt |

29 | 72.5 pt |

30 | 75 pt |

31 | 77.5 pt |

32 | 80 pt |

33 | 82.5 pt |

34 | 85 pt |

35 | 87.5 pt |

36 | 90 pt |

37 | 92.5 pt |

38 | 95 pt |

39 | 97.5 pt |

40 | 100 pt |