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  • Blood Alcohol Calculator

    Blood Alcohol Calculator

    We are all different – A BAC calculation is just an estimate. The most accurate measuring tools are a blood test or a Breathalyzer. 0.00-0.03% – No impairment, normal behavior 0.03-0.06% – Mild impairment and euphoria, diminished inhibitions 0.06-0.10% – Worsening impairment, euphoria, buzzed 0.10-0.20% – Loss of motor control

  • Alcohol By Volume

    Alcohol By Volume

    ABV or Alcohol by volume is how much ethanol can be found in a drink in comparison to the whole volume of the drink.  Concentration amounts of alcohol range widely depending on the drink. Although it is not required to display the alcohol content of the drink, you can find how much

  • Drinking age in Tunisia

    Drinking age in Tunisia

    The legal drinking and purchase age in Tunisia is 18. It’s not so unusual when you think that the United States is one of the only countries in the world with a drinking age of 21. It is strange that the drinking age is so high because most countries have

  • Drinking age in Puerto Rico

    Drinking age in Puerto Rico

    The legal drinking age is 18 in Puerto Rico. It is 18 for most of the South American and Central American countries. The legal drinking age is 18 in most parts of the world, but it is sort of strange that it is 21 in the United States. If you

  • Drinking age in Mexico

    Drinking age in Mexico

    Mexico has an official legal drinking age of 18, but IDs are rarely checked, and a purchaser will rarely be denied the drink that they are ordering. Everyone knows that Mexico offers an awesome Spring Break destination for students, and there are over three million people each year that go

  • Drinking age in London

    Drinking age in London

    The legal drinking age in London is the same as it is in the United Kingdom and England, and that is 18. This age applies to the possession and consumption of alcohol. Minors that are 16 to 17 can drink alcoholic beverages with an adult guardian in public places. Lots

  • Drinking age in Jamaica

    Drinking age in Jamaica

    It used to be that there was no legal drinking age in Jamaica, and the legal purchase age was 16. This was very unusual to see in a country. Jamaica was very unique in offering no drinking age legislation. Perhaps that’s part of the fun that drew young people to

  • Drinking age in Italy

    Drinking age in Italy

    The legal drinking age in Italy is 16. That is somewhat younger than most countries in the region. However, South Tyrol is a little different. They prohibit getting served or buying for anyone under the age of 18 years old. Everyone is forbidden from being in a state of intoxication.

  • Drinking Age in Ireland

    Drinking Age in Ireland

    The minimum drinking age is different for every country and region within a country. The laws about legal drinking ages cover a massive spectrum of problems and behaviors, and they address the locations and places where alcoholic beverages can be drunk. The minimum age for purchasing alcohol might not be

  • Drinking age in Germany

    Drinking age in Germany

    The legal drinking age in Germany is pretty lax. It is 16 for beer and wine, and other party drinks as well, but it is 18 for spirits. The possession or drinking of alcohol by minors is legal, but it is not allowed to sell minors any alcoholic beverages or

  • Drinking age in France

    Drinking age in France

    The minimum drinking age in France is 18. If a vendor sells alcohol to a minor that is under the age of 18 years old, they can be fined 7500 Euros. This age was raised to 18 from 16 in 2006. It is illegal to give minors alcohol that can

  • Drinking age in Canada

    Drinking age in Canada

    The drinking age in Canada varies depending on what province you’re in. It is 18 for Alberta, Quebec, and Manitoba. In the remaining provinces, the legal drinking age is 19. 16 and 17 year olds can drink alcohol if they have parental supervision in Manitoba, however. They can also do

  • Drinking Age in Australia

    Drinking Age in Australia

    The legal drinking age varies widely in Oceania, and it goes all the way from 16 to 18 to 21. The legal drinking age in Australia is 18. However, the legal age in Australia varies by state. Some states constrict possession and consumption to those over 18, but all states

  • Where “Adults” Can’t Drink

    Where “Adults” Can’t Drink

    The ages used are for purchasing spirits. In some jurisdictions, especially in Europe there are tiered drinking ages. For specifics on countries please visit Wikipedia and search for Underage Drinking. Also note that the drinking age in India varies between 18 and 25 depending on the state, and in Morocco

  • Drinking age in Cancun

    Drinking age in Cancun

    The drinking age in Cancun is one of the most frequently asked questions because it’s such a party destination, and high school and college students come from all over the world to enjoy the Spring Break festivities during Spring Break in that resort destination. The legal drinking age there is

  • Drinking age in Thailand

    Drinking age in Thailand

    The legal drinking age in Thailand is 20. The drinking age was raised from 18 to 20 in 2006. Interestingly, other Asian countries like China, Korea, and Japan have a legal drinking age of 20 too. It’s not quite as high as the United States at 21, and it’s not

  • Drinking age in South Africa

    Drinking age in South Africa

    The drinking age in South Africa is 18. However, the government is considering raising the drinking age to 21 because of problems with young people drinking. The proposal was being considered at a summit on eradicating drug abuse and alcohol in society, and the Social Development Minister talked about the

  • Drinking age in Russia

    Drinking age in Russia

    The official drinking age in Russia is 18, but it’s hardly ever enforced at all. Russians have been drinking for Vodka for centuries, and now you can share in that national pastime and joy with them, as long as you’re over the age of 18, and as it turns out,

  • Drinking age in South Korea

    Drinking age in South Korea

    The legal drinking age in South Korea is 20. It may sound kind of weird, but it’s the same age as it is in Japan. In some Asian countries, the legal drinking age is 20. In most every country in the world, except for in the U.S., the legal drinking

  • Drinking age in Japan

    Drinking age in Japan

    The drinking age in Japan is 20, which is kind of a weird age. You can buy alcoholic beverages out of vending machines in Japan, which is kind of weird. Japan is an unusual place, from a cultural and pop-cultural sense. There are a lot of things that society approves