Alcohol Proof

standard January 6, 2015 Leave a response

Alcohol Proof is a method of identifying how much alcohol is in a beverage. In the United States, proof is established by multiplying Alcohol by Volume (ABV) by 2. For example, most Gin is 37.5% alcohol, so that would be 75° proof.

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