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*To*: Daniel Hussey <GY3WSX@vm.sc.edu>, quattro@coimbra.ans.net*Subject*: Re: Metric volume measurement problem*From*: "Frank J. Bauer" <frankbauer@thevine.net>*Date*: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 16:00:04 -0800*In-Reply-To*: <199902232325.SAA13529@coimbra.ans.net>*Sender*: owner-quattro@coimbra.ans.net

At 06:18 PM 2/23/99 EST, Daniel Hussey wrote: > What is a hectoliter? I was thinking it was = 6 liters, but that >doesn't seem to make sense. This is in reference to how Germans sell >quantities of beer. This one is in hectoliters. > > The price of one hectoliter of this beer is USD $96, so I am >thinking this is equal to a "keg" in america, or thereabouts. Can >anyone vouch for this or give me an appropriate conversion. i've got a great idea! let's all meet and measure it, say a pint at a time, just to be sure. frank

**References**:**Metric volume measurement problem***From:*Daniel Hussey <GY3WSX@vm.sc.edu>

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