Jigger (U.S.) Short shot (U.S.) Jigger (Imp.) Legal U.K. spirits measure from 1826 to 1984, for Gin, rum, vodka and whisky. What is a drinks measure called? The…

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Do not exceed 5 drinks (60g) on one occasion. High risk consumption: from 252 g/week for men and 168 g/week for women. Each week, there should be at…

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How Much Liquor Is in a Double? The standard pour for a double is 3 ounces, which is two standard 1.5-ounce liquor pours. What is a double shot…

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A 375 ml bottle of liquor. In the United States, the term “mickey” is slang term for a date rape drug, and 69% of Americans were unaware of…

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Ethanol is composed of two carbon atoms, six hydrogen atoms, and one oxygen atom. Ethanol is also called ethyl alcohol, pure alcohol, grain alcohol, and drinking alcohol. What…

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Ethanol (or ethyl alcohol) is the type of alcohol that over two billion people drink every day. This type of alcohol is produced by the fermentation of yeast,…

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A BAC of 0.05% (point 0 five) means that there is 0.05g of alcohol in every 100ml of blood. This is the legal limit for driving in Australia….

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What is 1 unit of alcohol equal to? The idea of counting alcohol units was first introduced in the UK in 1987 to help people keep track of…

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Eating before moderate drinking can slow down alcohol’s effect on you and reduce your chances of a bad reaction to alcohol. How can I reduce the effects of…

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Packages of BEER NUTS® were often made available to bar customers as a perfect complement to the complex flavors of beer. Despite its unusual name, there is no…

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