Oh yes, it's printed out. You can even have it in hard copy if you like.
His blood alcohol concentration on the beer he drank, which I think is the one bottle, was .013. It's way under 80, of course. The only problem with that would be if he happens to be a learner driver here in Ontario, where you're supposed to have a zero blood alcohol concentration. You'd be in trouble there; otherwise, it's a pass.
We tried the screening device and he got .011, which is an excellent correlation with the approved instrument. He then swished a tiny residue of beer in his mouth and I had him blow in the Intoxilyzer again and he got .036, which is more than three times what his true blood alcohol concentration is. So that's the effect of mouth alcohol on readings, and that was just a little bit of residue of beer, I believe.
Three minutes later we may still have some of that residue left, but if we wait 15 minutes after that first test, we're not going to have any of that residue left and he'll be back down to his true blood alcohol concentration, and that's the point we're trying to make.