Alcohol is not typically included in standard drug tests, as it is not considered a controlled substance. However, some employers or organizations may require alcohol testing as part of a drug test or as a separate test.

The most common type of alcohol test is a breathalyzer, which measures the amount of alcohol in a person’s breath. Other types of alcohol tests may include blood tests or urine tests, which can detect the presence of alcohol in the body for a certain period after consumption.

If you are required to take a drug test that includes alcohol testing, it is important to be aware of any restrictions on alcohol consumption prior to the test. Some tests may require abstinence from alcohol for a certain period before the test to ensure accurate results.

It is always best to follow the instructions provided by the testing facility and to inform them of any alcohol consumption prior to the test to ensure accurate and reliable test results.