# Liquor Proof?

The alcohol content or liquor proof of alcoholic beverages is depicted by ABV, or percent of alcohol by volume, or by proof. The proof is obtained by measuring two times the percentage of alcohol by volume when it is at 60 degrees Fahrenheit. For example, 80 proof is equal to 40% ABV.
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 Alcohol content in beverages is measured in proof. One proof is half a percent of alcohol. So 80 proof liquor is 40% alcohol. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_80_proof_liquor
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 I guess it would be 151 minus 1. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200810...
 Ever clear is 190 proof, which is 95% alcohol. That is the highest proof alcohol you can buy legally. http://www.kgbanswers.com/whats-the-highest-proof-...
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