Servings of alcohol determine how many drinks you have before you become drunk. A serving of light drink, such as beer, is four pints or half a gallon. A serving of moderate drink, such as wine, is two pints or a quarter of a gallon. A serving of heavy drink such as sprits, is a pint or an eighth of a gallon.
- A Flask, Tankard and a wine glass (both red and white) is 1 pint
- A Bottle is 2 pints
- A jug and pitcher is 1 gallon
Once you have consumed servings equal to the designated symptom (see table below), you must make A DC 15 constitution saving throw to negate the effect. The saving throw must be made each time you have another drink within the hour. If an hour passes without failing the serving throw, the character's amount of …Read more >