BAC Calculator: Estimate Your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)



Use the blood alcohol level calculator to estimate your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for a given number of drinks.

In every state, you can get a DUI (sometimes called a “DWI”) for driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or more. But everyone absorbs and metabolizes alcohol at different rates, so estimating a person’s BAC is difficult. The calculator below, however, can give you an approximation of what your BAC might be based on:

• your gender

• the number of drinks you’ve had

• the time you’ve been drinking,and

• your weight.

Regular Beer

Brand% Alcohol
Budweiser4.82%
Coors5.03%
Corona5.03%
Genesee4.70%
Guinness4.27%
Heineken Dark5.17%
Michelob4.99%
Miller High Life4.80%
Miller Genuine Draft5.02%
Molson6.04%
Samuel Adams4.88%

Light Beer

Brand% Alcohol
Amstel Light3.96%
Natural Light4.12%
Bud  Light3.88%
Coors Light4.36%
Michelob Light4.52%
Miller Lite4.40%
Molson Light2.41%

Wine

Brand% Alcohol
Dry White12.2%
Red/Rose12.5%
Champagne12.2%
Mad Dog14%
Light Wine7.4%
Dessert Wine18.8%

Liquor

Bourbon/WhiskeyProof
Bar Stock86
Old Grand Dad90
Yukon Jack100
Wild Turkey101
RumProof
Bar Stock80
Captain Morgan’s 151151
OthersProof
Kahlua54
Peach Schnapps40
Peppermint Schnapps60
Rumple Mize100
Ouzo92
Triple Sec78
Everclear190
GinProof
Bar Stock80
Bombay86
Tangueray95
VodkaProof
Bar stock80
TequilaProof
Bar stock76-80

 

 

Disclaimer

The BAC calculator gives only estimates of blood alcohol concentration and doesn’t take into account all the factors that affect BAC. So you shouldn’t rely on these estimates. If you’ve been drinking, let someone else drive.

DUI Laws by State

Use search on page to find out about the DUI laws in your state.

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