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Learn about the alcohol content of drinks from lightest to strongest

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The degree or level of alcohol matters in alcoholic beverages, so to make you drink more wisely we bring this list with alcohol and its degree.

We must take into account at all times how much we can consume of each alcohol, especially when we go out to party. In this list you will find the most common drinks and their alcoholic degrees.

 

Low-alcohol beer: 0.05 – 1.2%

Kefir: 0.2 – 2.0%

Kombucha: 0.5 – 1.5%

Chicha: 1.0 – 11% (generally varies from 1 to 6%)

Beer: 2.0 – 12%

Cider: 2.0 – 12%

Mead: 8 – 16%.

Wine: 5.5 – 16% (generally 12.5 – 14.5%)

Dessert wine: 14 – 25%

Sake: 15% (or 18-20% if not diluted before bottling)

Liquors: 15 – 55%

Fortified wine: 15.5 – 20%.

Soju: 14 – 45%

Shochu: 25 – 45%

Bitter: 28 – 48%

Mezcal and tequila: 32 – 60%.

Vodka: 35 – 95%

Rum: 37.5 – 80%

Brandy: 35 – 60%

Grappa: 37.5% – 60%.

Ouzo: 37.5% or more

Geneva: 37.5 – 50 per cent

Cachaça: 38 – 54%.

Fernet: 39 – 45%

Nalewka: 40 – 45%

Scotch Whisky: 40 – 63.5%

Baijiu: 40 – 65%

Whisky: 40 – 68%

Tcha Tcha: 40 – 70%.

Absinthe: 45 – 89.9%.

Poitin: 60 – 95%

Neutral Grain Alcohol: 85 – 95%

Rectified alcohol: 95% – 97.2%

 

Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.