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There is no everclear in beer. Alcohol content of beer is measured as ABV or Alcohol By Volume. The ABV in normal beers can vary from about 3.2% to 5%, but some beers can be as high as 15%. There would be about half an ounce of alcohol in a normal beer. A typical shot is considered 1 ounce, so there would be an alcohol equivalent of about half a shot of everclear.

Q: How many shots of 190 proof ever-clear in a beer?

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About 45.

assuming you're referring to the 190 proof everclear, one shot of everlcear is equivalent to roughly two beers.

= Everclear® alcohol = Everclear is a pure grain alcohol. The brand, produced by David Sherman Corporation, comes in two strength bands, both 95% (190 proof), and 75.5% (151 proof) bottles. Although, the 95% is undeniably the most popular and most available type. Many of the US provinces have made it illegal to buy Everclear and it's very uncommon to see the most potent of the Everclear products sold outside of America. And it's for good reason too. Everclear is incredibly potent and should be used strictly and responsibly. Don't drink it straight! Alcohol (ABV): 95.0% (190 proof) (per 1 oz serving) Calories (kcal) 190 Energy (kj) 794 Fats 0 Carbohydrates 0 Protein 0

That would depend on the strength of the beer in the can. You have not told us that so we can not answer you.

1 shot.

a shot is considered 1 oz. - easy enough to do the math

are you stupid.... it only takes 1.33 repeating of course shots to "be drunk"

Everclear has an alcohol content of 95% alcohol (190 proof). It is unavailable in many states and countries.

Grain Alcohol has 190 kcal per 1 ounce serving. http://www.drinksmixer.com/desc494.html

25% Close certainly, and better then many guesses when provided with inadequate information: Everclear is not 200 proof but available in 151 and 191 proof and the proof was not presented. The alcohol content of the applejuice was assumed to be zero but was not disclosed and may have been as high as 6 proof without any need for disclosure or labeling. Nitpicking yes, but math is an exact science and the answer given is not exact. Close, but no cigar.

One an hour is about right at the limit.

If you have two in one hour you will be about at the legal limit. After that, it depends on your own tolerance.