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There are 60 glasses in a case and figure 1 drink per person per hour.

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Approx 300 750ml bottles in a 60 gallon wine barrel.

Two cases of wine (24 bottles) would provide each guest two glasses of wine.

There are 60 glasses in a case (12 bottles) and figure one glass per person per hour.

12 bottles a case, 60 glasses a case. Figure about one drink per person per hour. I'd say four cases.

You get about 6 average glasses from a bottle of wine, you should allow about 3 glasses per person (half a bottle), this can change however depending on a few factors; - how long will the party be going on for, a typical glass of wine will last about 20-30 minutes -will people be bringing wine or are you supplying it all, it they are bringing wine then you only need to provide for the first 2 glasses (this would work out at 20 bottles for the party) -you know your friend better then me, will they be getting drunk or just "having a couple", if it's the former then they'll probably go through at least a bottle each, I'd have 72 bottles ready in this case, if it's the latter 24 bottles will probably do. All in all if I were having a party for 60 wine drinkers I'd make sure to have too much rather then too little and I'd make sure i can bring whatever isn't used back to the Off Licence (wine shop, liquer store etc), I'd have 60 bottles, one per person.

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If 150 people each consume two glasses of wine, that would require 60 standard 750 ml bottles .

Approx 300 750ml bottles in a 60 gallon wine barrel.

60 bottles should be fine.

Two cases of wine (24 bottles) would provide each guest two glasses of wine.

You want, at least, two glasses per person = 240 glasses.1 case = 12 bottles = 60 glasses.So you want 4 cases of wine, at least.

Between 60-80

There are 60 glasses in a case (12 bottles) and figure one glass per person per hour.

12 bottles a case, 60 glasses a case. Figure about one drink per person per hour. I'd say four cases.

12 bottles is about 60 glasses, so I'd go 30 to be on the safe side. That's about 2 and a half glasses per person.

5 glasses a bottle X 12 bottles a case = 60 glasses a case. Figure one glass per person per hour and do the math.

The number of bottles of water holding 60 fluid ounces of water is 60 / (amount of water in each bottle)

60

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