Is there Vodka, or some other strong alcohol with 100% alcohol (or 200 proof)?!

Question: Is there Vodka, or some other strong alcohol with 100% alcohol (or 200 proof)!?
I thought all vodka was between 80%-100%, but I recently found out that almost all of it is 40%, and that's pretty week in contrast!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

40% abv or 80 proof is not "weak!."

Don't worry about the percentages!. Worry about the TASTE!.

If you are just drinking to get hammered and pass out, it really doesn't matter!. Mix the cheap crap five-dollar-per-gallon plastic jug with some sugary mess, and drink till you puke all over your passed-out self!.

Or, drink like a grown-up!. Get a bottle of decent 80 proof liquor (Grey Goose, Johnnie Walker Black, Maker's Mark, whatever), and sip it slowly and enjoy it!.


There is pure (and nearly pure) ethyl alcohol, but you can't drink it and probably wouldn't even be able to buy it!. While you can get to 80 or 90% with normal liquor production, those last few percentage of non-alcohol (mostly water) are tough!.

So the costs are prohibitive, but there are industrial uses for pure alcohol!. However, all drinkable alcohol is taxed at a very high rate so companies who make such products "denature" it, which means they add poison to keep it off the liquor store shelves and avoid paying those taxes!. This also means they can use fairly toxic ways to get the last bit of non-alcohol out!.

So the highest goes to grain alcohols like Everclear and some highly potent versions of Run (Bicardi 151: 75%) and a few 70% whiskies!. Moonshine tends to be corn whisky (usually under 50% alcohol) or sugar-alcohol (up to 50%) but the equipment required to distill at levels above your standard-shelf liquor are expensive, large and aren't easy to buy or hide!. Moonshiners and their fans love to claim huge %s for their stuff, but it doesn't add up to what you can realistically accomplish or what you'd really want to try and make!. I've encountered both legal stuff based on classic moonshine and the real, illegal deal and I can tell you that it isn't that potent!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I got some moonshine in my kitchen!. No kidding, that crap is seriously like drinking gasoline! And btw!.!.!. what kind of vodka are you drinking that's only 40 proof!? That's only 20% alcohol and only slightly over twice that found in your common "Ice" beers!.

I suggest not purchasing your vodka at The Dollar Tree!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

When you're 16 what does it matter!? Nyquil gets you hammered still, son!. When you grow up and stop drinking Boone's Farm maybe you'll learn a little something about manly drinks!.

If you aren't old enough to know the difference, or go out and buy a bottle on your own, then maybe you shouldn't be asking this question here either!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Dude, I can personally guarantee that at the time of this writing there is no 100% ethyl alcohol beverage!. Try Everclear 191, it is 191 proof 95!.5% alcohol, an azeotrope!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

So you want 100% proof,then go down to the shop and buy yourself some methylated spirits, and there you go, and by the way, in contrast to what!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

80 - 100 PROOF but you divide that by 2 to get the %

Strongest alcohol that I have ever drunk was Everclear 190 proof (95% alc!.)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Everclear is the highest concentration that you can get!.


Grain alcohol or moonshine, thats about it and they both are illegalWww@FoodAQ@Com

You must have bought that in the grocery store!. Go to a Liquor store for higher proof!. Try some OzoWww@FoodAQ@Com

You can make pure alcohols from isopropyl!. But I think you better try Absinthe it's the shizz!. It's a different kind of drunk and is really potent stuff!. Look it up!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Abslute is 100 proof and its like 20 bucksWww@FoodAQ@Com

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