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Old 09-20-2013, 03:00 PM   #26
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Alcohol poisoning and being drunk are 2 different things. It's pretty hard to get Alcohol poisoning from beer (is it even possible?).
is this a serious post? you can get alcohol poisoning from anything with alcohol if you drink enough of it
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is this a serious post? you can get alcohol poisoning from anything with alcohol if you drink enough of it
there's also a thing called water poisoning. drink enough and you'll die.

so yes, there's no reason you can't get alcohol poisoning from beer
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Old 09-20-2013, 06:18 PM   #29
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is this a serious post? you can get alcohol poisoning from anything with alcohol if you drink enough of it

I was going to right a long post but just read this:

Is it possible to die from drinking beer? - Home Brew Forums

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This page shows some good figures for determining your answer. This calculator is also helpful.

After 10 drinks (the standard glass of wine, 12 oz beer, or shot of liquor), a 180 lb person would have a BAC of .25 (assuming zero time between drinks, I think). So, after 20 "instantaneous" drinks, the BAC would be roughly double that - .50, which is enough to kill. Subtract only .01% for every 40 minutes of drinking. So, 20 drinks in an hour would be about .48-.49, still greater than the .40 that Wikipedia says is required to be lethal.

Twenty 12 oz beers is nearly two gallons. A quick Google search shows that the average human stomach can hold about 4 liters, or just over a gallon.

So, in order to get alcohol poisoning from beer alone, you'd have to drink a beer every 3 minutes for an hour and urinate nearly a gallon by the half hour mark. Is it possible? Maybe. Is it likely? Not really.
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If it was in any other province sure... BC have just too many drunk red necks who aren't responsible for themselves after drinking.
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It does happen in said countries. It's just not as widespread as it is here.
Did you really think I was implying there were absolutely zero cases of irresponsible drinking in the countries I mentioned? Seriously?

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Did you really think I was implying there were absolutely zero cases of irresponsible drinking in the countries I mentioned? Seriously?

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In England and Wales, children under 16 years of age are allowed into pubs, as long as they are accompanied by an adult. However, children under 16 cannot drink or be bought alcohol in a bar, pub or off-licence (where alcohol must be taken away from the premises and drunk somewhere else).

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It is against the law to give alcohol to children under five years of age (unless it’s given by a doctor for health reasons).
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