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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The fiery, 15-year-old Dalmore Vintage 2000, containing 53 percent alcohol per volume, still goes down smoothly but leaves a powerful, long-lasting finish.
It is a "hybrid" lager-ale brewed slightly weaker than normal at 3.5 alcohol per volume compared with the export and special beers popular in Scotland.
During the discussion in the Althing following the referendum, one of its members proposed not to lift the prohibition of beer, which contains more than 2.25% alcohol per volume. His main argument was that continued prohibition on beer would prevent youths, particularly young workers, from drinking.
In other words, women eliminate more alcohol per volume of blood per hour than do men.