This estimated blood alcohol content calculator is not a legal definition or indicator of blood alcohol content. The calculator is intended to be an approximate guideline to inform beer drinkers of the estimated potential blood alcohol content range that a person might experience after responsibly enjoying the flavor and diversity of beer. Consult your physician or other qualified health professional to more accurately determine how beer can be part of your individual healthy lifestyle.
There are many variables that can affect beer drinkers’ blood alcohol content level. The examples below are among the many variables that are not taken into account and are not included as factors in this blood alcohol calculator for beer drinkers.
- Food Intake
- Mental and Physical Health
- Percentage of Body Fat
- Water in the Body
- Time from First Beer
This calculator is not a legal definition or indicator of blood alcohol content. This tool is intended to be used as an approximate guideline to inform beer drinkers of the estimated potential blood alcohol content range that one might experience after enjoying beer. It is not intended to estimate the effect of other alcoholic beverages, particularly mixed drinks and cocktails because of the uncertainty in determining an accurate alcohol content of mixed drinks with added liquor and distilled spirits.
1. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Computing a BAC estimate. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, ©1995 October.