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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Jacob will take up the fight against alcohol content disclosure and stress moderate drinking.
Like many other malt-liquor brands, PowerMaster was aimed mainly at inner-city blacks, but it attracted special attention because it had a higher alcohol content than its competitors.
With his new discovery, not only would the police be able to test the blood alcohol content (BAC) of drink-drivers, they could also determine if the motorists have been drinking beer.
Last term, for example, the Court struck down a law banning advertisements of alcohol content in beer because the government's reasons were belied by the patchwork nature of the ban.
Stories were shared by participants at the events about how drinking and driving had affected their lives and Alcohoot provided insight into the numerous factors that play a role in blood alcohol content.
Diageo has announced a global commitment to provide consumers with alcohol content and nutrition information per typical serve.
We are committed to ensuring our consumers have the best possible information from which to make informed choices about our products: this includes alcohol content and nutrition information per typical serve," said Ivan Menezes, Diageo chief executive.
Champagne boasts three times the dissolved carbon dioxide and more than twice the alcohol content of beer.
Data from both BACtrack Mobile and BACtrack Vio, BACtrack's two smartphone breathalyzers, syncs directly to the Health app to provide users with easy visibility of Blood Alcohol Content results.
The lawsuit claims that Anheuser-Busch has a policy that entails watering down their product, including Budweiser and Michelob beers, thereby rendering the alcohol content reported on the label.
London, March 18 (ANI): Troubled star Lindsay Lohan drinks fermented tea with a minuscule alcohol content.
Sainsbury's is branding them "Ten%" because of the alcohol content.
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