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- Fri, 13 Mar 2020 17:20:10 EST hsI6WUAE No.283845
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Boys, out of curiosity, what are your standard alc. percent per beer in the US? I feel like many people her say "I drank one tall boy and got buzzed" to which Im confused. Can any alcholic here clarify? Cheers from a fellow fuckup
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James Chuvingcocke - Fri, 13 Mar 2020 17:44:40 EST lJgG1GRD No.283846 Reply
>>283845
I drink beer from 5.5% to 11.1% mate.
(I enjoy the heavy ales, fresh India Pale Ales, Black Ale, trappist ale, etc.)
Some people drink only Coors light, Bud light, Budweiser, etc. which are all a 2-3 / 10 to me on the beer scale…
— Los Angeles, California, United States of America
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Alice Clayford - Fri, 13 Mar 2020 23:41:46 EST TGI913aD No.283847 Reply
If your concern is proof, go to hard liquor.
If you want to get fucked up on beer, get 4-6 cans or bottles of 7% to 12% alcohol beer. It wull taste great but it will cost the same as about 30 cans of 4% to 5% beer. both will get you the same amount of drunk but the 30 will take you longer to drink.
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Edward Greenworth - Sat, 14 Mar 2020 00:42:25 EST 9pvz12d9 No.283849 Reply
>>283845

Not ameriburger here, but i guess ameriburgers are just as diverse drinkers as anywhere else, ranging from 3% cheap piss to 7-10% decent or even premium beers. (Not that 7-10% beers can't be shit, i drank some horrible >7% beers, but most are better than usual and i never in my life drank a <4% beer that was acceptable, higher alcohol content helps dissolving more aromas i think)
Also as far as i know, a tallboy is not an exact unit, it can range 16-24oz (i don't know if this ranges everywhere, or just depends on the region or state). For a low tolerance person, 24oz * 5% is 36ml pure alcohol, about the same as two shots so that might really give a buzz.
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Fucking Nobberhood - Sat, 21 Mar 2020 11:52:27 EST Qa1WKUSS No.283897 Reply
I always wondered about the aston villa motto. Prepared for what exactly?
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m - Sat, 21 Mar 2020 20:32:28 EST MGqTp/mI No.283899 Reply
>>283846
>guy asks for standardized scientific measurements
>"durrrr Budweiser is like 3/10 strong"

Totally useless of a post, JFC lol.

OP, our light beers are 4.2% ABV, and full strength beers are traditionally 5% ABV. A traditional serving of beer here is a 12 fluid oz aka 355ml beer that's 5% ABV.

A tall boy can be anything from 16fl oz, aka a pint, which is 1.33 servings assuming it's 5%, to as much as like 20-24fl oz. Tall boys are not a universal measurement. Also understand that some people not only drink massive degenerate 24oz cans, but 24oz cans of 6-11% "beer"/malt beverages.

If someone drinks a 24oz tall boy that's say 10% ABV, that's 4 standard servings of alcohol. For wine, it's 5 fl oz of 12% wine, or 148/150ml. For 40%, 80 proof spirits, its 1.5fl oz, or 44.4ml (45ml).

A shot should truly be 45ml, but some bitch ass bars/clubs serve these 30ml mini glasses.

Let me know if you need help with anything else OP. Excuse the other posters who don't do math.
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Cyril Happertock - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 00:21:18 EST /MVitFDa No.283907 Reply
I think tall boys used to be 160zs. Budweizer was the originator of this. i think.

Today a tallboy would be a 24oz of beer or malt liquor. It's called malt liquor because it is above I think 6.5% alcohol. The average malt liquor is 8%. I think there is what is called camaflouge that may be 9 or 10% alc. I like it.

Generally steel reserve is the 24 malt liquor, but something ice has that amount, 8% and is a bit more clean feeling of a buzz. Not soo heady feeling and quicker hitting. There are 8.1% like I think it's called dead presidents with Thomas Jefferson on the label. Pretty good tasting beer.
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Phyllis Greenson - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 01:45:25 EST q/MRJTF7 No.283915 Reply
>>283907
the term "tallboy" is used interchangeably for 16 and 24 oz cans in my experience.
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Massa Chusettz - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 14:48:45 EST hsI6WUAE No.283923 Reply
>>283899
Thnx 4 the informative response my man.
The reason why Im asking is because here in Norway, most of our beers sold at local supermarkets are strict to 4,5%-5,5% at the most. If we want anything stronger we have to go to our local liquor store.
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Priscilla Dringerstere - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 03:02:58 EST g2PDq+Fs No.283924 Reply
>>283923
Our supermarkets and convince stores now sell full strength beer. Highest I have seen is 8%. Some supermarkets and superstores, target etc sell liquor. Used to be strictly 3.2%. Which is difficult to find 3.2 beer I think. Never really have seen it. I guess the cases that don't sat the alcohol volume on them.

Most of our parks that do allow alcohol it's only allow 3.2 beer, so this is difficult to enforce.
Unless you have glass which is not allowed.

Boatramp mishaps. Damn. I think at times like one out of every 4 boats coming from the water
the people are all pretty buzzed. Pot legal but discouraged is common. Before this the park police (some) used to jump on any group of people grouped together after dark. I don't know
now.
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m - Sun, 29 Mar 2020 13:58:01 EST MGqTp/mI No.283953 Reply
>>283924
Sorry OP for another mindless shitposter. He's referring to his specific state. Every single state has different rules about where liquor can be sold, what can be sold in supermarkets, and when.

Again, every single state is different in this regard.
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Priscilla Gomblewog - Wed, 01 Apr 2020 11:12:53 EST beWR+e4j No.283966 Reply
>>283953
Are you sure he's not talking about Norway?
I'm not Norwegian, but I'm a neighbor, and it sure sounds a lot like Norwegian alcohol and drug legislation.
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Beatrice Tillinghood - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 04:42:50 EST beWR+e4j No.283974 Reply
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>>283923
Hvor er jeg bare glad for, at jeg ikke er fjeldperker.

Vi siger en masse lort om jer, Pelle-Øjvind, men man skal ikke mobbe et folk der ikke kan få en pils for under en halvtredser og så også bliver spist af med rævepis.
Når hele det her hurlumhej ender, så kom herover og jeg køber dig to gashåndtag fra køl, en pakke grøn Cecil og en klaphat.
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Massa Chusettz - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 14:18:09 EST hsI6WUAE No.283977 Reply
>>283845
Guys, Im going to sleep for a few hours. In the meanwhile I want u to give me some good points on what its all about being an alcoholic.
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Massa Chusettz - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 15:36:13 EST hsI6WUAE No.283978 Reply
>>283977
I'm back. Thank u for all ur support I will never forget this. Cheers.
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Phoebe Dirryway - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 18:24:24 EST JyGGjmm2 No.283979 Reply
>>283974
Definitely not a language that rolls sweetly off the tongue. At least for us yanks.
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Phoebe Clavingwat - Wed, 08 Apr 2020 03:39:59 EST RCCU2AqY No.284002 Reply
benzos are fine om it's own

Do you know in your country Intrnational Haybinder? It's kinda funny. IH

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