Everclear (alcohol)

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Everclear
EverclearHiRes.jpg
A bottle of 190-proof Everclear.
TypeNeutral spirit
ManufacturerLuxco
Country of originUnited States
Alcohol by volume95% or 75.5%
Proof190 or 151
ColorColorless
FlavorNeutral, contains no flavoring
 
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Everclear
EverclearHiRes.jpg
A bottle of 190-proof Everclear.
TypeNeutral spirit
ManufacturerLuxco
Country of originUnited States
Alcohol by volume95% or 75.5%
Proof190 or 151
ColorColorless
FlavorNeutral, contains no flavoring

Everclear is a brand name of rectified spirit sold by American spirits company Luxco.[1] It is bottled at 151-proof (75.5% ABV) and 190-proof (95% ABV).[2] Sale of the latter is prohibited in 14 U.S. states (California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Washington).[3]

Alcohol content[edit]

Due to the azeotropic effects visible in the distillation process, water and ethanol cannot be separated by ordinary distillation when the ratio of ethanol to water is greater than approximately 95:5. Therefore, the highest concentration of ethanol generally available for human consumption is 190 proof.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.luxco.com/public/brands/brands.asp?brandid=21# Luxco
  2. ^ Donn Lux (12 November 2010). "President's Message". Luxco. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 
  3. ^ Wis. could see ban on Everclear, high proof alcohol sales, The Badger Herald, November 26, 2013..
  4. ^ The Discovering Alcoholic (April 30, 2009). "Art Alexakis of Everclear at The Discovering Alcoholic". Discoveringalcoholic.com. Retrieved July 18, 2011. 
  5. ^ Niemann, Jarrod (13 July 2010). "For Everclear". Warner/Chappell Music. Retrieved 19 September 2010. 
  6. ^ Staff writers (3 February 2005). "Bushwick Bill Of The Geto Boys Reacts To Houston's Loss Of An Eye". SoundSlam. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 

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