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alcohol by weightの例文

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  • But at 8.5 percent alcohol by weight, it carries a wallop.
  • But at 8 . 5 percent alcohol by weight, it carries a wallop.
  • The ale is 5 . 69 percent alcohol by weight.
  • State law allows the sale of beer that is 5 percent alcohol by weight or less.
  • The state's 121 taverns can pour only " light " beer, 3.2 percent alcohol by weight.
  • The ale is 5.69 percent alcohol by weight.
  • The state's 121 taverns can pour only " light " beer, 3 . 2 percent alcohol by weight.
  • It takes approximately 10 % of methyl alcohol by weight of the fatty substance to start the transesterification process.
  • Beer, which is 11 percent alcohol by weight, also comes with a lot of calories, about 150 per can.
  • *( After edit conflict ) Well, manufacturers could manipulate alcohol by weight measures by using more or less dense mixers.
  • Where alcohol sanitizers utilize 62 %, or higher, alcohol by weight, only . 1 to . 13 % of benzalkonium chloride by weight provides equivalent antimicrobial effectiveness.
  • It is 3.9 percent alcohol by weight, which requires that it be categorized by a misguided Texas law as a " beer " and cannot be labeled an " ale ."
  • Because it's more than 4 percent alcohol by weight ( 4.1 percent, specifically ), Kuronama must be sold under Texas'quirky and wrong-headed labeling regulation as either a malt liquor or an ale.
  • It is 3 . 9 percent alcohol by weight, which requires that it be categorized by a misguided Texas law as a " beer " and cannot be labeled an " ale ."
  • In the United States, a few states regulate and tax alcoholic beverages according to "'alcohol by weight " " " ( ABW ) "', expressed as a low-point versions of popular domestic beer brands.
  • Because it's more than 4 percent alcohol by weight ( 4 . 1 percent, specifically ), Kuronama must be sold under Texas'quirky and wrong-headed labeling regulation as either a malt liquor or an ale.
  • In Oklahoma, Minnesota, Colorado and Utah, the alcohol content of all Blue Moon beers bought in grocery or convenience stores is 3.2 % alcohol by weight ( approximately 4.0 % alcohol by volume ).
  • Any beverage containing more than 3.2 % alcohol by weight or 4 % alcohol by volume, that is, most liquors, wines, and typical beer, may only be sold in licensed liquor stores at room temperature.
  • Until recently, there was a separate regulation for beer containing at least 0.5 % alcohol by volume and at most 3.2 % alcohol by weight, which was classified as " nonintoxicating beer " ( rather than a liquor ) and was subject to a separate law from the Liquor Control Law.