Regardless of what the recommended daily allowance (RDA) is, do you really know how many units of alcohol you are consuming in your drink? One UK unit = 10ml of pure alcohol The number of units in a drink depends on what you're drinking, how strong it is and how much there is. To calculate exact units take the amount of drink in millilitres, multiply by % ABV and divide that total by 1000 Example: 25ml measure of spirit at 40% ABV (25 x 40) / 1000 = 1 unit For units in a full bottle How many units in your drink? Stuart Evans 04/06/2016

Regardless of what the recommended daily allowance (RDA) is, do you really know how many units of alcohol you are consuming in your drink? One UK unit = 10ml of pure alcohol The number of units in a drink depends on what you're drinking, how strong it is and how much there is. To calculate exact units take the amount of drink in millilitres, multiply by % ABV and divide that total by 1000 Example: 25ml measure of spirit at 40% ABV (25 x 40) / 1000 = 1 unit For units in a full bottle