It takes your body around 1 hour to process 1 Unit of Alcohol, so that's about half a pint of beer or one 25 ml shot or 2/3 of a 125 ml glass of wine. That number is for people with a healthy liver. For others, it may take longer.
Drinking 2 pints will take your body 4 hours to process the alcohol, increased or decreased by the amount of food in your digestive system and the health state of your liver. Usually on a good night out the Units will stack up, keeping you over the legal limit to drink and drive far far longer. In other words, if you have 10 pints, you can't drive for about 19-20 hours.
Alcohol will be out of your system completely in 3 days.
It is metabolized at the rate of about 7 gm./hr.
How long 80oz. Of alcohol stay in your system
Alcohol can stay in your system for up to 80 hours in a regular urine test.
Alcohol can last in your system for as long as 4 days.
Alcohol will stay in unborn baby's system for the same period as it stays in mother's system. It stays for pretty long period in mother's system.
Alcohol can stay in your system for up to a year, but if your talking as far as a drug test then it would be up to two weeks at the most.
Alcohol (in any amounts) will be out of your system in 24 hours or less.
The amount of time that alcohol stays in your system will depend on how much alcohol has been consumed.
It will remain effective and you will stay high for a few hours, but the alcohol will not effect how long it is in your system it will be completely out in 2 or 3 days.