Convert Quarter Barrel Kegs of Beer to Growlers
Enter the beer volume in quarter barrel kegs below to get the value converted to growlers.
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How to Convert Quarter Barrel Kegs to Growlers
To convert a measurement in quarter barrel kegs to a measurement in growlers, multiply the beer volume by the following conversion ratio: 15.5 growlers/quarter barrel keg.
Since one quarter barrel keg is equal to 15.5 growlers, you can use this simple formula to convert:
growlers = quarter barrel kegs × 15.5
The beer volume in growlers is equal to the beer volume in quarter barrel kegs multiplied by 15.5.
How Many Growlers Are in a Quarter Barrel Keg?
There are 15.5 growlers in a quarter barrel keg, which is why we use this value in the formula above.
1 quarter barrel kegs = 15.5 growlers
Quarter barrel kegs and growlers are both units used to measure beer volume. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
What Is a Quarter Barrel Keg?
The quarter-barrel keg is a keg equal to one-quarter the volume of a standard US beer barrel. A quarter-barrel keg contains 992 fl. oz. of beer, or just over 82 12 fl. oz. beers.
The quarter barrel keg is a US customary unit of beer volume. A quarter barrel keg is sometimes also referred to as a pony keg.
Learn more about quarter barrel kegs.
What Is a Growler?
The growler is a jug used to distribute beer, usually craft beer, and often contains 64 fl. oz.
The growler is a US customary unit of beer volume.
Learn more about growlers.
Quarter Barrel Keg to Growler Conversion Table
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