Our sophisticated online Blood Alcohol Content or Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) calculator is good for estimating your BAC level, but please bear in mind that your actual BAC will vary depending on many different factors, such as your hydration status, recent meals, fluid intake, liver function, percentage of body mass index, body fat, amount and types of drugs in your body, and much more.
How is Our Drunk Calc Accurate And How Accurate Are Other Online BAC Calulators?
Our BAC calculator uses a more advanced algorithm than most of other online BAC calculators. Your body absorbs alcohol differently depending on how much food you've recently eaten. That's why our drunk calculator asks you how hungry you feel! If you're starving, you'll absorb the alcohol faster, whereas if you're full, you'll absorb the alcohol slower. Majority of online BAC calculators don't take this data into account, but it's essential in getting the most accurate BAC estimate! Most online BAC calculators employ a basic version of the Widmark Formula to estimate a user's BAC. The Widmark formula has been reported to have an average uncertainty of around 20%. However it depends entirely on the individual drunk calculator.
Blood alcohol content (abbreviated BAC) is the concentration of alcohol in a person's blood. BAC is commonly used as a metric of intoxication for legal or medical purposes. A BAC reading of 0.08% is legally drunk driving in the United States. Unless a person has developed a very high tolerance for alcohol, a BAC rating of 0.20% represents very serious intoxication - see the table below the calculator.
By using this tool, you acknowledge that any information presented may contain inaccuracies or errors and we expressly exclude liability for any such inaccuracies or errors to the fullest extent permitted by law.
If you’re typing in a custom alcohol percentage, such as absinthe, remember that the proof of an alcohol is double the percent (e.g. 140 proof alcohol is 70% ABV).