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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

This is the law regarding the measures you serve to your customers.

The Weights and Measures Act 1988 states that:

· Draught beers, lagers and ciders should be sold in 1/3 pint, ˝ pint, multiples of ˝ pint measures. Although most people (if any) don’t serve 1/3 of a pint.

· Glasses must be government stamped.

· The head on a draught beer, lager or cider served in a ‘brim measure’ glass should not be more than 5%.

· Whisky, gin, rum and vodka must be served in measures of 25ml or 35ml and multiples of, and the quantity you serve these drinks in must be displayed in a notice on the premises.

· You cannot mix the sizes of the above.

· Wine must be served in measures of 125ml or 175ml and multiples of and the quantity you serve these drinks in must be displayed in a notice on the premises.

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