How Many Beers Equals 08?

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The number of beers it takes to reach a blood alcohol level of .08 depends on a number of factors. It depends on how much you weigh and how fast you are drinking. It also depends on the alcohol content of the beer.
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There is no set amount of beers that will make a Breathalyzer test read at .08, which is the legal limit for blood alcohol concentration when driving. Everyone's body reacts differently to alcohol and metabolizes it differently. Woman metabolize beer and alcohol slower than men, so it would take less beer for a .08 for a woman than for a man. Also, the weight of a person can play a part in BAC. How long ago someone had beer before driving also plays a factor.
There are some websites that offer calculators to help you determine your BAC. The number of beers it takes to hit .08 BAC level can vary depending upon your weight and how long you've been drinking. You can find more information at www.ou.edu
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