- LIGHT BEER: 3.0 percent
- BEER: 3.5 percent
- BEER - MICROBREW: 6.0 percent
- WINE: 12-18 percent
- CHAMPAGNE: 15-20 percent
- SHOT HARD ALCOHOL: 30-50 percent
- ONE BEER: 12 ounces
- ONE GLASS WINE/CHAMPAGNE: 4 ounces
- ONE SHOT: 1.5 ounces
- ONE MIXED DRINK: 2 ounces (alcohol only)
- ONE DRY MARTINI: 2 ounces (alcohol only)
Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) refers to the level of alcohol in a
person's bloodstream. When you submit to a breath test, you agree to
allow the administrator of that test to measure your BAC. The BAC of two
people who consume the same amount of alcohol over the same time period
may have vastly different results due to height, weight, body fat, sex
and whether or not the alcohol was consumed on an empty stomach. A
breath test is not a foolproof method of determining BAC. You may have
questions about the reading you produced with regard to the alcohol
consumption that led up to it. Simply input your information below, and
this calculator will give you a ballpark reading of what your BAC should
have been in a particular circumstance.
This tool is not intended to be used as a determinant for an
individual's ability to drive or perform tasks following consumption of
alcohol or drugs.
If you have been charged with DUI,
contact Bellevue Washington DUI Attorneys in Seattle, Washington for a
initial consultation about your case.
Know Your Limits
This Blood Alcohol Calculator is a rough estimate and is not intended
to provide actual legal advice. The results should not be used to
infer anyone's ability to drive or perform any task while under the
influence of Alcohol.