The size of a "case of beer" can vary depending on the size of the containers (12oz, 16oz, etc), as well as the type of container (bottle, or can), however we can make an educated guess based on average sizes.
A 52' truck trailer has a capacity of about 3800 ft³.
Typical U.S. beer case dimensions are 16 x 16 x 24 inches - that's 6,144 in³ or 3.5556 ft³ in capacity. Beer cases of this size usually hold 24 bottles or cans of beer.
So dividing 3,800 by 3.5556, we get approximately 1,069 cases of beer. If each case holds 24 bottles or cans of beer, there'll be about 25,656 bottles/cans of beer in that trailer.
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