@ctbardan19 asked 7 months ago.

How many standard drinks are in a 'middy'/'pot (285ml) of full strength beer?

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@Benjii answered 5 months ago.

Drinking alcohol is a huge part of our culture in Australia. In fact, studies have shown that Australians are the highest per capita alcohol consumers in the world. In Australia, we have a variety of terms for beer including middy, pot, schooner, and pint.

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@eddenubiss answered 6 months ago.

The standard drink is a teacup-sized measure of spirits or a small glass of wine or beer. The standard drink is a useful way to measure alcohol consumption. If you drink more than two standard drinks on any day, you’re drinking at risky levels.
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@lyllukodderry answered 6 months ago.

 

 

 

The standard drink is the amount of alcohol in one average drink. The standard drink is made up of 10 grams of alcohol. If you have 1 standard drink, it will contain 10 grams of pure alcohol.

 

 

 

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@lygurryce answered 6 months ago.

 

 

 

A ‘middy’ is a 285ml glass of full strength beer. A pot is a 425ml glass of full strength beer.

 

 

 

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@amaddeddo answered 6 months ago.

A middy of beer (285ml) contains two and a half standard drinks and a pot (375ml) contains four standard drinks. There are standard drinks in any alcoholic drink but they vary depending on the size of the drink.

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