132 will mark the next milestone in my Guinness counter. Why? I’ll explain.
As you might remember, I previously mentioned that 1 pint is not equal to half a liter. In fact, it’s something like:
1 Imperial pint = 0.568261485 liters
Now considering that my body weight is approximately 75Kg and that the density of Guinness is the density of water (which I know it isn’t, each beer has a different density based on a variety of factors, but the variation is too small to be relevant for the case at hand) – 1g/cm3 - let us make the following calculation:
75 / 0.568261485 = 131.98
What this means is, by the time I finish my Guinness pint number 132, I’ll have drunk my own body weight in Guinness! When presented this way, it sounds a little bit overwhelming.
Anyway, judging from last weekend, I guess I’ll get to that number quite soon… And then I’ll probably stop counting. Or I’ll just remove the counter, so that people don’t think of me the drunk-bastard-that-likes-to-show-it-off-on-his-crappy-blog.
I just hope I can get the milestone glass this time.