Alcohol by Volume


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Alcohol by Volume

The number of milliliters of alcohol in a 100-milliliter beverage. This determines the strength of the drink and can affect the taxation on the drink.
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5% Courvoisier at 60% alcohol by volume to give an identifiable 'hit' of the classic French premium cognac.
Djable, which translates to "Devil," is similar in nose and taste to Green Fairy and is bottled at 70% alcohol by volume with a suggested retail of $64.
5% alcohol by volume and brewed using Pilsner, Wheat and Cara Hell malts making the beer lighter in body.
Available at a strength of 17% alcohol by volume, Tia Lusso[TM] has a hint of coffee flavour with a creamy, light indulgent taste making it ideal for use in desserts, gateaux or confectionery.
Aged for up to five years in charred oak barrels, it is the world's strongest beer at 20% alcohol by volume, and has been likened to a fine bourbon.
5 per cent alcohol by volume (so you won't keel over after two glasses) - and, even better, pounds 2.
0% alcohol by volume, James Boag's Premium Lager is available in 12.
6% alcohol by volume, and is being priced slightly higher than Budweiser.
The Sainsbury's Chocolate Sponges with Courvoisier were devised by Hazlewoods Desserts and are made by combining Courvoisier VS Cognac at 60% alcohol by volume with the chocolate sauce in steam pans, depositing the sauce in pots and placing the sponge batter over the top.
9 percent alcohol by volume and available in six-pack bottles and 24-ounce cans.
Beam & Cola is comprised of 5% alcohol by volume, comparable to most beers and malt beverages.
Each is certified by The Soil Association as being 100% organic and they are both available in 700m1 bottles, each offering an alcohol by volume strength of 37.
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