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Note: The abbreviations of, and symbols for, units of measurement used in these Regulations refer to the relevant units as follows—
Note: Imperial measures shall only be used for measuring draft beer and cider.
Note: Metric measures shall be used for all other measurements with further limitations for measuring intoxicating liquor*. For limitations in respect of specific uses references should be made to the Weights and Measures (Intoxicating Liquor) Order 1988(1).
|1/3 pt||½ pt||1 pt||2 pt||4 pt||8 pt||16 pt|
|5 ml||10 ml||20 ml||25 ml*||35 ml*||50 ml*||70 ml*|
|100 ml*||125 ml||150 ml*||175 ml||200 ml||250 ml||500 ml|
|1 l||2 l||2.5 1||5 l||10 l||20 l|
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