as long as the person still have his or her drinking habit.
The evidence of alcohol (not the alcohol itself) will last about 72 hours.
About 72 hours.
Alcohol in breath dissipates quickly but not in urine, where it can be detected for about three days.
Judging from all the research that I have done, not that long, some will say 24 to 48 hours, others will say a few hours.... from my experience, it just depends on the person that is doing the drinking, how fast your metabolism works, and how much you consume. So in the end there is no diffent answer to that question, it is all based on the person that is consuming the beverage. And it really doesn't matter what you drink, a beer, a shot, or a glass of wine all has the same content so don't think I can drink 12 beers and be fine if I don't do shots, it is all calculated the same. And believe me tolerance really doesn't make a difference either.... Good Luck! All the above is incorrect! I have been doing alcohol testing for 2 years and it is detectable for up to 80 hours depending on the amount drank and if the test is an ETG test your busted! 10 panel and quick test don't have the technology to detect alcohol quite yet.