# Specified quantities

Some goods must be sold in fixed sizes known as ‘specified quantities’.

## Alcohol

There are different rules depending on whether you’re selling by the glass or bottle.

### By the glass

Measures 125ml, 175ml, multiples of 125ml and 175ml 50ml, 70ml, multiples of 50ml or 70ml Either 25ml and multiples of 25ml, or 35ml and multiples of 35ml (not both on the same premises) Third, half, two-thirds of a pint and multiples of half a pint

There are no specified quantities for sparkling wine or yellow wine by the glass or spirits other than gin, rum, vodka and whisky.

### Packaged in bottles, boxes or similar

Volume by millilitre (ml) 100, 187, 250, 375, 500, 750, 1000, 1500 620 125, 200, 375, 750, 1500 100, 200, 375, 500, 750, 1000, 1500 100, 200, 350, 500, 700, 1000, 1500, 1750, 2000

You can sell packaged alcohol in any volume if it’s below the minimum or above the maximum allowed for specified quantities.

Minimum (ml) Maximum (ml) 100 1500 100 1500 125 1500 100 1500 100 2000

There are no specified quantities for packaged beer or cider.

## Solid fuel

You can sell sealed bags of solid fuel in any size you wish but if you’re selling it loose, you can only sell it in quantities of:

• 25kg
• 50kg
• multiples of 50kg