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80 Proof is a musical group.
- album: "Drink Till You Puke"
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by Bob Lipinski
Thus, 80 proof means 40 percent alcohol by volume, 100 proof means 50 percent alcohol by volume, and so on. In order to provide the consumer with clearer and more useful information on labels for distilled spirits, the United States Alcohol ...
Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives by Scott C. Martin
There is also a single rye whiskey, Jim Beam Rye (aged four years, 80 proof); a white whiskey called Jacob's Ghost (aged one year; 80 proof, filtered); a blended whiskey called Beam Eight Star (80 proof, mostly neutral spirits); and several ...
Volume 7: Foodways by John T. Edge
More docile commercial spirits are generally 80 proof, more than half water. Because moonshine can induce a swift drunkenness more profound than that offered by its city cousins, downing it as if it were vodka or bourbon constitutes a grave ...
A Lexicon of Economics (2014)
by Kenyon A. Knopf
to 80 proof (40% alcohol) without any comparable reduction in price.
by Joseph Kandel, Christine A. Adamec
In some cases, alcohol is measured by proof, and an alcoholic beverage that is 80 proof is 40 percent alcohol. In general, aging slows down the older person's ability to metabolize alcohol and thus the alcohol remains in the system longer ...
An Encyclopedia by Geralyn G. Brostrom, Jack Brostrom
After cooling, the wine-flavored ethanol is mixed with water to achieve the desired proof level, typically 80 proof (40 percent alcohol by volume), and may be colored; high- quality brandy is then aged for years in barrels. Brandy is distilled in ...
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Quotes about 80 Proof
I mean the word proof not in the sense of the lawyers, who set two half proofs equal to a whole one, but in the sense of a mathematician, where half proof = 0, and it is demanded for proof that every doubt becomes impossible. (Carl Friedrich Gauss)
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