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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4% alcohol by volume to give a discernible alcohol flavour delivery.
TTB also proposed two different reference serving size for wines: 5 ounces per serving for wines of 14% alcohol by volume or less, and 2.
His previous record-holder, a beer called Oblix was 90 proof or 45 percent alcohol by volume, and it was eclipsed by a Scottish beer, dubbed "The End of History", that reached 55 percent.
The first Guinness Light was lighter in terms of calories but its Alcohol By Volume content was 3.
The serving size for dessert wine from 16%-24% alcohol by volume is 2.
Phusion Projects has announced the introduction of Poco Loko, a new version of the company's Four Loko product in a smaller can size with lower alcohol by volume.
The bottles of vanilla extract were labelled as 35 percent alcohol by volume.
The government there want to impose a health tax on drinks which are more than 30 per cent alcohol by volume.
99) describes the top three beers as follows: Bullmastiff Brewery, Son of a Bitch - 6% Alcohol By Volume (ABV).
Under TTB's new standard, a majority (at least 51%) of the alcohol in FMBs under 6% alcohol by volume must come from a malt beverage base.
It will have four per cent alcohol by volume compared to the original's 17 per cent.
Available as extracts at 50% alcohol by volume, the range of Schnapps comprises apple, lemon, peach, cranberry, coffee and butterscotch and is designed to appeal to a younger target audience who appreciate fine quality products all year round.
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