One 12 ounce 5% beer has 0.6 ounces of pure alcohol
One 1 ounce shot of 80 proof vodka has 0.4 ounces of pure alcohol.
The larger amount of water in the beer dilutes the effect of the alcohol. So they are roughly equal. About 2 1 12oz. Beer 6 proof, vodka 80 proof.
So, in liquid quantity 13 times as much beer. i think 2 one one....ish It depends on the beer, but generally one shot is equal to one beer or glass of wine. One beer is equivalent to one shot of liquor which is also equivalent to one glass of wine. Soooo.... 1beer=1shot=1glass of wine. My college personal health professor just told us this. I say 2 beers equal 1 shot of vodka. roughly one shot is equall to one pint is equal to one glass of wine. 1oz. alcohol = 12 oz beer = 4 oz wine
exceptions are the proof of alcohol. you wont encounter much that will change the equation because you need a license from the fire dept/liq comm to carry or sell it. 1 beer, 1 glass of wine and 1 shot of liquor all have the same amount of alcohol typically, 1 pint= 1 glass of wine = 1 shot hard liquor. However, wines, beer and liquor vary in proof, so this formula only hold true for general terms. When counting drinks, 1 beer = 1 shot 1 12 oz. can = 1 shot = 4 oz. wine
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