The 3 Most Commonly Consumed Drinks, the Ebulliometer to Test Alcohol Content, the World’s Strongest Alcoholic Beer, the Study of Beer and the Etymology of “Zythology”, the Reason Hops Were Added to Beer, the Beer Making Process, and the Reason Movie Sets Use Clapperboards for Applause

Water is the most consumed drink in the world, followed by tea, which is followed by beer. Early alcohol testers referred to as an “ebulliometer” were based off of the knowledge of waters boiling point which is 100 degrees Celsius, and alcohols boiling point, which is 78.37 degrees Celsius. Ebulliometers would measure the boiling points through the temperature of the vapor-liquid equilibrium meaning that the higher the alcohol content, the lower the boiling temperature would be of the mixture be...

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