Depends on the alcohol content, how quickly it was consumed and the physical size of the drinker. Interestingly, research has indicated that the amount of alcohol required to have physical manifestations of drunkeness in teens is much higher than that of adults...so just because your kid is not acting "drunk" he could still be well lit. This explains why the parents of teen alcoholics nearly never know about it until it is too late.
It depends on the condition of your liver and whether or not you are an experienced drinker. In either case, about four drinks will cause impairment. However, if you are an experienced drinker you may not notice the difference. That does not mean that you are not impaired.
no..you could become an alcoholic; besides drinking age is 21
i,am 5,10 wieght 265 how many beers do i need to drink to be .09.45
No- unless you want to get arrested for drunk driving.
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it really depends on how high the alcohol percentage is in the drink and also your tolerance to the drink. a woman probably about 4-5 men probably 5-6 it also depends what you mean by 'drunk'
That is the equivalent of 4 normal beers. It would take over 4 hours for your body to metabolize that amount of alcohol. And you would most likely be legally drunk for the first two hours. If it is a high alcohol content it will take longer.
Usually beers/ales are ~4%
No. In fact Woodchuck is higher in alcohol content than most beers. Hard cider was drunk by many people in the colonial period including Ben Franklin. Well, Woodchuck is at 4% Alcohol, most of the light beers are between 4% and 5%. I think that Ben Franklin was probably drinking something a little stronger than 4%. Ace Ciders start at 5% and go up to 6.9%.
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4 1/2 beers at 5% alcohol (like Coors)
It's the same as all regular American lagers, in the upper 4% range. Light beers are barely 4%, ice beers are upper 5%.
about 1-2 beers if you weigh 100lbs 2-4 beers if your 200lbs
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