instilled spirits, once in the bottle, really don't age. If it's an unopened bottle, it's still good (but not necessarily better or worse than when it was bottled).
Liquors have sugars and sometimes flavorings mixed in, and these WILL age and oxidize over time, especially once opened.
Beer and wine will both age in the bottle (or can). This is again due more to the other stuff (sugars, hops, tannins, etc.) than the alcohol. Some styles will age better and more gracefully than others (some just flat out go stale). Beer will not skunk from age, it skunks due to exposure to light (particularly UV light). It's a reaction between the light and the isomerized alpha acids in the hops that causes this. Darker bottles (i.e. brown) help guard against this. Miller Brewing uses a hop extract in their beer, which is why MGD can be sold in a clear bottle without skunking (unlike Corona).
Any type of alcohol is best stored in a cool, stable environment. Hot temps can be bad, but large and frequent changes in the temperature are even worse. Darker places will help with issues relating to light.
alcohol doesn't expire exactly but it does go stale
It depends on what kind of mouthwash it is. Non-alcohol? Or alcohol? Non-alcohol does expire. Mouthwash with alcohol in it expires too. I have Listerine and it has an expiration date on it, and it does contain alcohol.
No, they do not expire, but they do get hard.
does germ x ever expire? if used will it harm us?
it don't really expire but he can spoil
Yes it is possible.
no they do not expire
The high alcohol content renders it virtually indestructible.
Yes - they are food products so deteriorate over time.
No, there are 15% of alcohol maximum.
I called the DMV a year ago and they told me that the drug and alcohol course never expires. As long as you have taken it you're good.
Sort of. They need periodic servicing.
Mike's Hard Lemonade is 5.2% alcohol. The berry, lime and light lemonade kinds contain slightly less alcohol.
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Usually they are valid up to 180 days.
Yes, anything with an expire can and will expire.
Hard alohol and soft alcohol is very much the same, if you drink enough of it! If you are addicted to alcohol you will feel the symptoms in under 24 hours
Wine has no expiration date. If left long enough though the alcohol becomes carboxylic acid (acetic acid)
It makes your weenie hard.
It is hard because some chemicals that are in alcohol can go into your system, just like tobacco and smoking.
The only common factor in the many hard liquors on the market is the alcohol. So anything with alcohol would trigger the allergy. If you are allergic to alcohol, don't drink any alcoholic beverage.