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How long does beer stay in our body?
How long does it our body get rid of 10 16 oz beers?
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Many factors here:

  • Strength of beer (alcohol percentage)
  • Liver function
  • Body size...

Generally: 1/2 oz of pure alcohol per hour = approximately 1 12oz beer (actually about 10 oz).   10 16oz beers (5% alcohol American average - NOT craft beers) = 16 hours.

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Knowing how long alcohol levels last in the body is very important to prevent harmful interactions with the drugs you are going to drink. Especially if you want to take a health test. The body must be ready, clean from alcohol content. This is also important so that you can guess when you can drive a vehicle or operate a machine after drinking alcoholic beverages.

So, pay attention to when you last drank alcohol and how long the alcohol content will still hold on your body.

How long can alcohol levels be detected in the body?

How long alcohol levels persist in the body depends on what type of test is done. The following is the estimation of the period of time when alcohol can be detected with each test performed:

In breath. Alcohol can be detected in the breath through a breathlyzer test until the next 24 hours after drinking alcohol. In urine. Alcohol can be detected in urine for 3-5 days through tests of ethyl gluconoride (EGT) metabolites. Whereas through traditional methods, alcohol content will still be detected in urine up to 10-12 hours after you drink. In the bloodstream. Alcohol can be detected in a blood test up to 12 hours after drinking alcohol. In saliva. In the saliva test, alcohol levels can still be detected positively up to 1-5 days ahead. In hair. Yes, alcohol can still be detected in the body when testing hair follicle medications for up to 90 days after you drink alcohol.

How are alcoholic drinks absorbed in the body?

When you consume alcoholic beverages, alcohol will first enter the digestive system. However, alcohol is not digested like other foods and drinks. About 20 percent of alcohol from a glass of your drink goes straight into the vein. From the blood vessels directly carried to the brain. While the remaining 80 percent enter the small intestine, then enter the bloodstream.

When alcohol enters the bloodstream, the body will begin processing at a speed of 20 mg / dL per hour. That means if your blood alcohol level is 40 mg / dL, it will take about two hours to break down and process the alcohol.

The body tends to absorb alcohol more easily than removing alcohol. The body can only remove or clean alcohol levels by 0.016 percent every hour.

For example, someone who weighs 68 kg drinks a glass of alcohol. The person will experience an increase in blood alcohol levels of around 0.02 percent but his body can only emit alcohol levels of 0.016 percent every hour. Therefore, if you drink more than one glass per hour, your blood alcohol concentration will continue to increase rapidly.

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Many factors involved to get rid of beer

1)liver regulation

2)Depend upon the Body size

3)strength of beer

How much alcohol is used in the beer and how the liver is function in the body and also it depends upon the size of a body.

Sometimes there are dilute alcohol in the beer and sometimes there is concentration alcohol.

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The following is an estimate of the time span until when alcohol can be detected with each test performed:


In breath. Alcohol can be detected in the breath through a breathlyzer test until the next 24 hours after drinking alcohol.


In urine. Alcohol can be detected in urine for 3-5 days through tests of ethyl gluconoride (EGT) metabolites. Whereas through traditional methods, alcohol levels will still be detected in urine for up to 10-12 hours after you drink.


In the bloodstream. Alcohol Can be detected on a blood test up to 12 hours after drinking alcohol.


In saliva. In the saliva test, alcohol levels can still be detected positively for up to 1-5 days.

In hair. Yes, alcohol can still be detected in the body when testing hair follicle medications for up to 90 days after you drink alcohol.

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The following is an estimate of the time span until when alcohol can be detected with each test performed:


In breath. Alcohol can be detected in the breath through a breathlyzer test until the next 24 hours after drinking alcohol.


In urine. Alcohol can be detected in urine for 3-5 days through tests of ethyl gluconoride (EGT) metabolites. Whereas through traditional methods, alcohol levels will still be detected in urine for up to 10-12 hours after you drink.


In the bloodstream. Alcohol Can be detected on a blood test up to 12 hours after drinking alcohol.


In saliva. In the saliva test, alcohol levels can still be detected positively for up to 1-5 days.

In hair. Yes, alcohol can still be detected in the body when testing hair follicle medications for up to 90 days after you drink alcohol.

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In the body, alcohol metabolizes rapidly by converting most of the alcohol to acetyldehide and acetate (95%) and the rest is released with urine (5%). Rapid alcohol metabolism causes early detection is recommended to check alcohol levels. Detection of alcohol content, can be taken from blood, urine and hair, besides that it can also be checked through the breath. In the blood, alcohol levels usually peak at 60-90 minutes and persist in the blood between 10-12 hours after consumption. In urine can be detected 20-24 hours after ingestion and persist in the urine about 3-5 days, in the blood between 10-12 hours and the longest is in the hair around 90 days. Although it can be detected in blood and urine, the easiest alcohol examination carried out by means of an alcohol level check which directly assesses alcohol from the breath.

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