**One US pint of water (liquid) weighs 1.04375 pounds.**

## Pint Of Water Weight

A US pint of water is smaller than a British pint of water and it contains 16 fluid ounces of water and the British pint of water contains 20 fluid ounces of water. For every 4 pints a British person drinks, an American has to drink 5 pints to keep up.

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Hypothetically, Yes. Theoretically No, local bars use local measuring units.

## What Is Pint?

A fluid pint is a unit of volume equal to the volume occupied by one pint of pure water at 4 °C or 39.2 °F. The pint is a measurement of volume in either the imperial or United States customary systems. It is equal to 1/8 of a gallon. It is defined as exactly 568.261 milliliters by the US customary system of units. It is equal to exactly 28.41 cubic inches or 473.17 milliliters.

The name pint is derived from the Roman word “pintle”, which means “little pint”. The Roman pint itself was equal to 1/2 of a Roman “liquid quart” which was the base unit of volume. The imperial pint is about 20% larger than its US counterpart and is almost exactly equivalent to the old Queen Anne (British) pint used prior to 1824. The US liquid pint is legally defined as 231 cubic inches and is equal to one eighth of a US liquid gallon.

The dry pint holds 20 fluid ounces of water at 59 degrees, which is about 5 percent more than the 16 fluid ounces in the wet pint.

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## Bottom Line

**The pint of water weight is just about 1lbs (500g). It is slightly heavier than 1 pound at normal temperature and pressure.**

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