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Pure grain alcohol
, also known as neutral grain spirit or rectified spirit, is a high-proof distilled alcohol that is made from grains such as wheat, corn, or barley. It is called “neutral” because it has been distilled to a high enough proof (usually around 190 proof or 95% alcohol by volume) to remove any impurities and flavorings, leaving behind a clear, colorless, and tasteless liquid.
This is used in a variety of applications, including as a solvent for flavorings and extracts, as a base for liqueurs and bitters, and as a fuel for alcohol lamps and stoves. It is also sometimes used as a disinfectant or antiseptic.
Due to its high alcohol content, pure grain alcohol is typically not consumed straight, but rather mixed with other ingredients to create cocktails or diluted with water to lower its proof. It should be consumed in moderation and with caution, as it is highly flammable and can be dangerous if ingested in large quantities.