Web-based brief alcohol interventions are effective in reducing alcohol consumption among adults and college students who misuse alcohol. These interventions have also been used effectively in ambulatory care clinics, including primary care, hepatitis C clinics, and emergency departments. Users typically complete the intervention, which consists of an initial assessment of alcohol use and related problems, in five to ten minutes. These data are then used to generate personalized feedback comparing a person's reported alcohol use with that of age- and gender-matched peers and provide information about alcohol-related consequences and risk factors. Despite growing evidence of their effectiveness, brief alcohol interventions have yet to be used to address alcohol misuse by U.S. veterans seeking primary care, where rates of alcohol misuse are estimated to range from 20% to 25%. Therefore, we conducted a pilot study to examine the feasibility of implementing a Web-based brief alcohol intervention in a large Veterans Affairs (VA) primary care clinic.