Responsibility.org supports the minimum legal drinking age of 21 to save lives and protect the health and wellbeing of young adults, and to empower those of legal drinking age to make a lifetime of responsible alcohol choices as part of a balanced lifestyle.
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The effects of alcohol vary among individuals because of many factors, such as age, sex, body weight, metabolism and genetics, and may differ for the same person at different times. For these reasons, calculations used in the virtual bar or pour interactive in Responsibility Works are therefore illustrative only and should not be relied on as accurate for you in all circumstances.
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If you are under 21 years old, it is illegal to purchase or possess alcohol. In most states, 21 is also the legal age for consumption. Your state has laws against selling or providing alcohol to minors.
For drivers 21 years or older, driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher is illegal in all 50 states and DC. In the state of Utah, the BAC limit for driving is 0.05%. For drivers under 21 years old, the legal limit is lower, with state BAC limits ranging from 0.00% to 0.02%.