# How Many Gallons Does It Take to Drink 100 People

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# How many gallons does it take to drink 100 people?

## How many gallons do I need for 100 guests?

Amount to serve: 1 gallon hot water (for tea) per 100 attendees.

## How many bottles of water do you need for a party of 100?

100 guests: 20 bottles.

## How many people does 3 gallons of punch serve?

Estimate that every gallon of punch will serve up to 10 people. For 30 guests, plan to make 3 gallons of punch.

## How many drinks do you get from a gallon?

A gallon holds 32 4-ounce lowball glasses, approximately 21.3 6-ounce lowball glasses, and 16 eight ounce lowball glasses. In order to find out how many glasses of a particular size are in the gallon, you can divide 128 (the number of ounces in a gallon) by the number of ounces your glass holds.

## How many drinks is 100 guests?

It turns out, there is a magic formula when it comes to calculating the amount of drinks you’ll need for your wedding, sort of: Plan for at least one drink per person per hour. (So for a six-hour wedding with 100 guests, you’ll need roughly 600 drinks.)

## How many gallons is 80 people?

Larger gatherings, however, might require a 7.5 gallon pony keg, which has about 80 servings, or even a full 15.5 gallon keg, which has approximately 165 servings (that would serve 26 and 55 people, respectively, over a three-hour event).

## How much wine do you need for a wedding of 100 people?

Take the number of guests and divide by 2.15 for how many bottles to buy. So let’s say the wedding will have 100 guests. If you divide the number of guests by 2.15, you should expect to get about 46 bottles of wine for the event.

## How much soda do you need for 50 guests?

In general, plan on two beverages per guest during the first hour of your party, and one each hour after that. Quite often, parties last at least two hours, though yours may go a little longer depending on the occasion.

## How do you stock a bar for a party of 100?

100 (guests) x 5 (hours) = 500 drinks. 500 x 0.33 = 170 beers or 7 cases of beer or one ½ barrel sized keg. 500 x 0.33 = 150 glasses of wine, /5 glasses per bottle= 37 bottles of wine. 500 x 0.33 = 150 mixed drinks, /39 servings per 1.75 bottle = four 1.75ml bottles liquor.

## How do you calculate drinks for a party?

During a party, plan one bottle for every two guests. Beer: Estimate that guests will drink about 12 ounces (one bottle) every half hour to hour during the party. Cocktails: Allow 1-1/2 ounces of liquor for each drink. A 750-milliliter bottle (fifth) makes about 16 drinks.

## How many once are in a gallon?

An even easier calculation is the 128 oz to gallon conversion, which equals one gallon.