en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol_by_volume

**Alcohol** by volume is a standard measure of how much **alcohol** (ethanol) is
contained in a given volume of an **alcoholic** beverage ...

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"**Proof**" is a number used to indicate the **alcohol** content of distilled spirits. This
archaic term is derived from the concentration of **alcohol** necessary for ...

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**Proof** – This term is used among the strongest spirits. To compute a **liquor's proof**
you simply multiply the ABV by 2. The theoretic highest possible strength of any ...

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It is generally depicted in percent **alcohol** by volume (ABV), in percentage by
weight (sometimes abbreviated w/w for weight for weight), or in **proof**. In the USA
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A comprehensive **list** of popular **alcoholic** beverages (beers, wines, spirits, ...
Cream or egg liqueur (1.5 oz, 45 mL), 11-38%, 22-76 **proof**, 4-14 g, 100-230.

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Mar 2, 2011 **...** **Liquor** is measured in “**proof**” with the **proof** number reflecting double the
percentage of **alcohol**. For example, vodka that is 80 **proof** is 40% ...

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Oct 11, 2013 **...** That's because when spirits are ready to be bottled, they're usually more
**alcoholic** than the 80-86 **proof** (also known as 40-43% **alcohol**) ...

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Bartending/Alcohol/Spirits

The word spirits generally refers to distilled beverages low in sugars and
containing at least 40º **proof** / 20% ABV (**alcohol** by volume). (In Germany distilled
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