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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Finnish purchasers including private persons could buy from abroad alcoholic beverages containing more than 5.5% alcohol by volume (distance purchase) on the condition that the purchaser would be responsible for both paying the taxes and organising the transport.
The typical serving of wine is 5 oz., which generally contains between 11 and 13 percent alcohol by volume. 5 oz.
Courvoisier is used exclusively in the white sauce which contains a 4.8% alcohol by volume dosage level to give a strong 'hit'.
"All our wines are labelled with the alcohol by volume and units of alcohol to allow the customer to make an informed choice on what they drink."
In Finland spirits, wines and brewed drinks that contain more than 4.7% alcohol by volume can only be sold in state-owned Alko stores.
"It's kind of boozy"--around 7 percent alcohol by volume. Strength aside, Breckenridge Christmas Ale "is not a very complicated beer," he added.
This alcohol-based hand wash contains 65.9% ethyl alcohol by volume and is formulated to prevent cross-contamination.
Hedelmacockail is a chilled fruit cocktail drink based on whey with 2% alcohol by volume. The company claims that the product's whey content is almost 90% but, by fermenting whey lactose to alcohol, the typical whey flavour has been removed.
At 95 calories, 4.2 percent alcohol by volume and 2.6 grams of carbohydrates per 12-oz.
With a 24% alcohol by volume (48 proof) and a one-of-a-kind aging/brewing process, Sam Adams Utopias MMII is not your ordinary beer, says the company.
Coolers average 6 percent alcohol by volume. To compare, beers average about 4 percent alcohol, and most table wines range between 10 and 14.
Chilean and US whites were found to have the most misleading figures on alcohol by volume content.
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