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If one can is 16 oz. wouldn't you multiply that by 36 (the number of cans in a case) and get your weight?

cans and bottles are listed by volume, not weight (ie Fl. Oz).

The contents may weigh more or less than 1 oz per fl oz.

plus there is the weight of the containers.

and 36 in a case?

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