Alcohol is a substance found in alcoholic drinks, while liquor is a name for these drinks. So for example one might say "I'm drinking liquor, which contains alcohol."
Liquor is a beverage that contains alcohol. Not all alcoholic beverages are liquors though, beer, wine, malt beverages all contain alcohol but are not liquors. To be a liquor the beverage must be distilled from one of the fermented beverages mentioned above. Liquors have a much higher proof rating (200 proof is 100% alcohol, 40 proof is 20% alcohol, 1 proof is a 1/2 %) usually around 40 proof, although Bacardi 151 is famous for being 151 proof (75.5%) and some moonshines are higher even. Also not all alcohol is ethanol (the kind you can drink) isopropyl is a different alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and it is not potable!
The exact meaning of liquor has changed over time. Decades ago, liquor often referred to beer and wine in addition to distilled spirits. Hence, the term liquor is somewhat ambiguous.
Whiskey is a type of liquor.
no you should'nt drink beer! you will go drunk and mess up your brain
The taste is VERY different. The alcohol percentage is different also depending on what you buy of the liquor.
Kahuna is a liquor. Alcohol is a substance contained in that liquor.
Vodka is a spirit, which is a type of liquor, but all liquor isn't vodka.
250 ml of liquor.
Liquor is anything with alcohol in it. Rum is a type of liquor, differentiated by being distilled and made from sugar cane.
If by liquor you mean hard liquor then the main difference is distillation. Wine is just fermented while hard liquor is distilled.
I'm not sure about this because English isn't my mothertongue, but I think liquor is the common name for booze (anything alcoholic) and liqueur is an originally French drink which is always very sweet and has a high percentage of alcohol.
it taste different
beer is made from grains, wine is made from fruit and veg ( mainly grapes)to make alcohol. but their are many more reasons for the difference due to types of yeast
Spirits (or liquor as you say) has a much higher alcohol content than beer. Beer averages at about 4% alcohol where spirits can be anything between 35 to 70 % alcohol. As alcohol has a lower freezing temperature than say water the beer will freeze long before the spirits will.
Liquor is a mixture of alcohol, water, and various cogeners, depending on the type. The amount of alcohol in liquor can very from .5%, as found in "non-alcoholic" beer, to 95%, as can be found in Everclear.
How much alcohol (liquor).
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The important difference is that phenol reacts with FeCl3 whereas normal alcohol can not
The alcohol in liquor is ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, CH3CH2OH.
Alcohol content in beverages is measured in proof. One proof is half a percent of alcohol. So 80 proof liquor is 40% alcohol.
No beneficial difference other than the odor.
Liquor(Alcohol) used in the distilled form for human consumption.
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well it depends on what proof that the liquor is if it is 80 proof then it will have 40 percent alcohol and soforth but most liqiour is 40 to 45 percent alcohol
Sugar content, liqueur has to have a high sugar by law..
Water contains no alcohol or oils, as rubbing alcohol does.
methane is not alcohol but methanol is alcohol the ol bit of methanol is alcohol