Our Drink Calculator helps you take charge of your drinking occasion. You can add up the number of units you’ve consumed, find out how long it takes your body to process the alcohol, and learn the number of calories in your drinks.
The numbers are based on the average measurements, strengths, and calories you’d find across a range of common drinks (excluding mixers).
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Pint at 4% ABV
Guinness pint at 4.1% ABV
Half a pint at 4% ABV
Can 500ml at 4.5% ABV
330ml bottle at 5% ABV
Large Glass (250ml) at 12.5% ABV
Medium Glass (175ml) at 12.5% ABV
Small Glass (125ml) at 12.5% ABV
Bottle (750mls) at 12.5% ABV
Half bottle (375mls) at 12.5% ABV
Glass of champagne (125mls) at 12.5% ABV
Premix drink 275mls (RTD) at 4% ABV
Dark Spirit (Rum, Scotch etc) single (25mls) at 40% ABV
Dark Spirit (Rum, Scotch etc) double (50mls) at 40% ABV
Pimms 50mls at 25% ABV
Baileys 50mls at 17% ABV
White Spirits (Vodka, Gin, Tequila etc) single (25mls) at 37.5% ABV
White Spirits (Vodka, Gin, Tequila etc) double (50mls) at 37.5% ABV
Mojito 50mls at 37.5% ABV
Cocktail - Martini 50mls at 37.5% ABV
The Chief Medical Officers' guideline for both men and women is that to keep health risks from alcohol to a low level, it is safest not to drink more than 14 units a week on a regular basis.
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* On average your body processes about one unit of alcohol every hour – and nothing can speed this up. This is an estimate only as the time taken to process the alcohol will depend on a variety of factors including gender, age, weight, health and lifestyle.
**The calories you burn vary widely depending on your weight, exercise intensity and other factors.