I keep seeing all these different figures for making the lemonade in bulk and I have no idea where folks are getting their figures from or if maybe they're just very bad at math ;+D. Below is the "correct" amounts for making bulk quantities of the lemonade.
To make 30 oz or approx 1 quart (32 oz) 3 drinks
24 oz water
3oz lemon Juice
3oz maple syrup
3/10ths tsp cayenne (approx 1/4 rounded tsp)
For 60 oz approx half gallon(64oz) - 6 drinks - Multiply quart recipe x2
For 120 oz approx 1 gallon (128 oz) = 12 drinks - Multiply quart recipe x4
For Ya'll across the big pond here the rounded off Metric per drink conversion: 240ml - water 30ml - Maple syrup 30ml - Lemon juice
240ml - water
30ml - Maple syrup
30ml - Lemon juice
Lemons vary in size and juice contentso to keep the recipe consistent and not vary the amount of lemons as per Mr Burroughs one should use TBLSP or OZ measures. Your 8 tblsp per 32oz (quart) is correct 8 tbsp = 4 oz.
In short 1oz each of lemon and syrup per 8oz of H2o
Well Mr. self proclaimed "Expert" "math major dewd" looks like you got cheated on your math degree. Below is the E_L_E_M_E_N_T_A_R_Y math
2 Tbsp = 1 oz
24oz H2O = 3 - 8oz cups
2 Tblsp per cup = 6Tblsp
6 tbsp = 3oz
Worry not you could prolly get a gov't job with your "expertise" but definetly keep a low profile otherwise you might get investigated for (drum roll please)
Keeping weapons of "math delusions"!!!!!!!
Bada Boom! ;+D