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What is the strongest drink in the world?

At the time of writing this the strongest beer in circulation is a scottish made larger/pilsner Snake Venom By Brewmeister, this beer is 67.5% ABV. and is strongly recommended that you only drink ...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

Indirect answer 95% or 190 proof is an upper end for distilled alcohol Water and ethanol form an azeotrop at that mixture so you can not get more than 95% ethanol with fractional distillation.
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

For those who wish to drink something from Bolivia, there is Cocoroco which is an alcoholic beverage notable for its extremely high alcohol content by volume, 96%. (ABV). Cocoroco is sold as "...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

Spirytus Rektyfikowany The purity of rectified spirit has a practical limit of 95.6% ABV; this hard to pronounce Polish Vodka is a murderous 96% ABV. Here are the details on the bottle: A 10cl ...
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by-volume/by-weight conversion formula

I'm a Chemical Engineer and it frustrates me that everywhere on the internet appears to be using this linear approximation. Yeah it's probably okay for hobby brewers, but for anyone actually ...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

For myself, I have found that Everclear is the strongest spirits I have ever bought at 190 proof. Although it is too strong for myself to drink by itself, it makes excellent mixes. Some people have ...
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What happens if I drink buttermilk after 3-5 drinks rum or whiskey (60ml each)?

The acidity (ph) of ethanol is relatively neutral (roughly equivalent to water), so milk and creams will typically mix fine with ethanol. In fact, it's the basis of many popular alcoholic beverages, ...
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Does adding honey to bottled wine increase the alcohol content?

Highly unlikely that the alcohol went up. Four reasons. The alcohol already in the wine is a barrier for the yeast to re-ferment. The sulfites in the wine could inhibit refermentation if it hasn't ...
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Does adding honey to bottled wine increase the alcohol content?

It's pretty unlikely. Given that it was a commercial wine I don't there was much live, viable yeast in the bottle. Particularly if sulfites were added, triggering additional fermentation would ...
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What's the point of drinking light booze?

The effects of alcohol are well known. It makes you relax, uninhibited and generally have a good time up to a point. I once had a couple of friends that would order their Coors Light beer on crushed ...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

Try "Kehlenschneider". It's a Chili liquor with 80% alc and 400,000 to 800,000 scoville. Remember, tabasco has only 3,000 scoville. Kehlenschneider Chillischnaps
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Eat bread before drink beer make you drunk less?

Your liver processes alcohol at a fixed rate (what that rate is depends on your tolerance, current liver function, what medications you are taking, and some genetics). So eating some food, ...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

You can buy scientific grade Ethanol, usually at a science supply shop. Many of them only sell it in person. It is usually 99.5% or 199 proof!. For that extra kick if Everclear isn't strong enough for ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

The British used the Imperial system of measures from 1824 and India was part of the British Empire until 1947. 1 British Imperial fluid ounce is equal to 28.41 ml, which is close to 30 ml. Maybe this ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

You seem to be asking two questions, I'll try to answer both although a lot of this is conjecture: Why are spirits in India poured in multiples of 30ml? This is likely due to 30ml being easy to both ...
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How much alcohol is in rum extract?

As an example, McCormick Rum Extract has 35 percent alcohol, and lists the other ingredients as water, run, and natural flavor, in that order. Depending on the volume of your other ingredients, the ...
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Indian Army supply of Alcoholic beverages?

Indian Army supply of Alcoholic beverages? Are the supplying companies special for armies? Regardless of which national forces (army) one is in, the main reason for suppling some for of booze is to ...
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What's the point of drinking light booze?

In addition to what farmersteve said: Pure alcohol doesn't have a taste, but lower-alcohol beers, wines, ciders, meads, etc do. Sometimes what you're looking for is the taste, not the alcohol -- the ...
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Elder flower champagne best to use natural yeast or add a wine yeast?

I will try to answer your questions to the best of my ability. Your description of your earlier wine makes me question you: Have you used a hydrometer to calculate the alcohol percentage of your ...
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

I know you are looking for "normal outlets", but for those who are interested, the world record holder for a while was Estonian Spirit aka Eesti Piiritus at 96.6%. You can still find some for sale at ...
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Why have craft beers increased in alcohol content?

Why have craft beers increased in alcohol content? From my point of view there seems to be at least three reasons for this trend. Beer drinkers are drawn to the bolder flavors and the mouth feel of ...
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Home Bar - Marry Two Bottles of Different Brands?

If the bottles are standard everyday bargain brands then I don't see much problem with mixing them together by type. However it would seem a shame to take a premium bourbon and mix it with something ...
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Campari or Aperol - the sweeter one?

Aperol is much sweeter, in my opinion. My wife thinks both are too bitter for her. YMMV
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What is the strongest drink in the world?

Hapsburg Premium Reserve Absinthe has 89.9% ABV The strongest absinthe on the UK market. Serve well diluted for your own safety and keep well away from naked flames. The term premium reserve ...
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What fortified red wines combine best with black olives, pistachio nuts and this particular cheese?

Please allow me to recommend a nice red classic Italian wine called Chianti. From this Wine and Cheese Pairing Guide we can see that Chianti is paired well to the Pecorino Romano Cheese and nuts. I ...
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What are the exact risks of drinking alcohol in a too high concentration?

Here are some hard alcohol risks. Hard Alcohol Risks: Hard alcohol consumption is contraindicated in certain segments of the population because of the latter’s higher susceptibility to the ...
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Is there a correct graph which describes various drinks

There isn't going to be (or rather it wouldn't be visually appealing enough) a source for what you want. Your best bet is to search "::insert alcoholic family you wish here:: Infographics." When you ...
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How the idea of 30 ml, 60 ml and 90 ml drinks get started?

The Standard Pour Origins To answer specifically where the idea of pouring 30ml, 60ml, and 90ml began or where it came from is not scientific, but mathematical as a result of business cost & ...
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Why have craft beers increased in alcohol content?

I don't really think the alcohol content really has increased. Most standard pale ales still are between 4% and 6%. The IPA are not standard pale ales. They have more hops and sugar which lead to a ...
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Home Bar - Marry Two Bottles of Different Brands?

I have a fairly opposing view to Eric's so thought I should post it as a separate answer: While there may be some spirits that may be okay to mix almost all spirits have distinct differences between ...
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