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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A particular label may also have to apply to multiple lots of the "same" wine that vary in their alcohol content. Even so, a tolerance of +/- 1.5% ABV seems generous.
Driving with blood alcohol content in the range from 0.5 to 0.8 per 1,000 will be punishable by a fine of BGN 500 and cancellation of the driving licence for six months.
DLTB driver Juan Betos was immediately stopped from driving a passenger bus bound for Batangas after he registered a 0.43 percent blood alcohol content (BAC).
Chairwoman Fiona Sim said she wanted to see labels on drinks set out calorific content in addition as they do with alcohol content, while restaurant and bar menus should also carry the information.
The suits, filed in Pennsylvania, California and other states, claim consumers have been cheated out of the alcohol content stated on labels.
Not all alcohol is equal, meaning one alcohol beverage can have significantly more or less alcohol content than another.
Blood tests showed that Nathan Wallace had a blood alcohol content of .10 percent at the time of the dispute, while Lee Wallace had a blood alcohol content of .19 percent at the time of his death, Frasier said.
BrewDog Zephyr is brewed in 40-year-old whisky casks, flavoured with strawberries and has a 12.5 per cent alcohol content.
This relates to the pure alcohol content consumed across all different drink types.
The labels would provide consumers in the United States with product information including alcohol content, the amount of alcohol per serving, and the amount of macronutrients like carbohydrates and calories present in all beer, wine and spirits products.
EU rules let makers vary the alcohol content of their wines by up to 0.5 per cent.
The new citrus-based flavors are lighter in carbonation and alcohol content, making them more drinkable and lower in calories, than the old formula, the company says.
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