#1
Hey guys real fast one of my friends said keeping smirnoff in the freezer, very cold or frozen would increase the alcohol percentage? Is this right, wrong? thanks
#2
umm no, it could further distill the liquid, but the alcohol will not really increase, it will just become slightly more concentrated.
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first of all if its vodka not a cooler, it wont freeze. at the end of the day you'll just have a very cold booze
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#5
It will not freeze, and none of the chemical properties will be changed. Your friend is a douche bag.
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first of all if its vodka not a cooler, it wont freeze. at the end of the day you'll just have a very cold booze


it will freeze if your freezer is cold enough, I've managed to do it before, though not in a freezer, the melting point of ethanol is −114.3 °C
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when you freeze something, you make a physical change. you don't get more or less of the substance

ok i misinterpreted what you said, but still, you would not get more alcohol
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#9
Not exactly, what happens is that the water in it freezes (therefore sinking to the bottom) so the liquid you have at the top will not be so watered down. So if your question is that if you freeze it then drink it (before it melts) you get more drunk, then the answer is yes.
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it will freeze if your freezer is cold enough, I've managed to do it before, though not in a freezer, the melting point of ethanol is −114.3 °C



not sure if understand you but...
if i read that right what freezer would ever be −114.3 °C
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wtf are u guys tryin to increase alcohol in vodka for? its already loaded, hell take like 6 shots and you'll be on the floor for 4 hours
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not sure if understand you but...
if i read that right what freezer would ever be −114.3 °C


certain freezers used for cold storage of chemicals and things of that nature. the ones used in order to maintain nitrogen in its liquid form are a lot colder.
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wtf are u guys tryin to increase alcohol in vodka for? its already loaded, hell take like 6 shots and you'll be on the floor for 4 hours


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#15
If you or your friend claim not to get smashed off a bottle of Vodka anyway, you're liars.
#16
dood put a beer [glass bottle] in the freezer for like a day right. then without iritating it for that time or when you tske it out. it wont be frozen. mmk. well hit it and it will instantly freez. its ****ing trippy i did it to my firend on his first time drinking and when i poured it it froze in the cup. he cried a little...
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#17
alcohol doesnt freeze at temperatures of conventional freezers. however if your vodka has enough water in it, you could freeze the water itself and pour out the remaining liquid (leaing ice behind). the result would be a higher proof alcoholic beverage. no additional alcohol would result however, you would just need less of it to get drunk (keep in mind there would be less of it to) in other words it would be not worth your time to do it
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Ahhh, ya beat me to it.


But yeah, most hard alcohols are the best when served at freezer temprature...there's nothing more nasty than room-temprature vodka.
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Hey guys real fast one of my friends said keeping smirnoff in the freezer, very cold or frozen would increase the alcohol percentage? Is this right, wrong? thanks

It's worse than wrong, it's stupid. That shit is gonna be so bloody cold it will damage the tissues in your throat when you swallow it. Basically frostbite.
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#22
It could I guess... depends on how cold you freeze it.
Keep it below 0 Celsius but above -15 Celsius (freezing point of ethanol if I remember correctly) then it will as the water remains frozen while the alcohol doesn't.
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#23
Vodka does NOT freeze in a freezer

EDIT: Freezing point of ethanol is -110 degrees C. 40% ABV will freeze at around -30 to -40.
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...there's nothing more nasty than room-temprature vodka.



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It's worse than wrong, it's stupid. That shit is gonna be so bloody cold it will damage the tissues in your throat when you swallow it. Basically frostbite.



i think that you are... unless you meant that the kid find some scientist with a deep freezer that would freeze vodka.. and then yes, youd probably hurt yourself with vodka cubes
#26
EVERYTHING FREEZES!!!

You just may not be able to freeze it in your freezer, but that doesnt mean at some temperature it wont freeze because it will.


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It's worse than wrong, it's stupid. That shit is gonna be so bloody cold it will damage the tissues in your throat when you swallow it. Basically frostbite.


oh shit, i better bear that in mind next time i eat ice cream.

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wtf are u guys tryin to increase alcohol in vodka for? its already loaded, hell take like 6 shots and you'll be on the floor for 4 hours



Anyway, I've never done it myself but apparently it makes the vodka smoother/nicer, I'd wait for it to warm a bit before you drank though perhaps.
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What the f*ck are you freezing vodka for?

It's supposed to be served at room temperature.
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What the f*ck are you freezing vodka for?

It's supposed to be served at room temperature.


I was just thinking that, when have you ever seen vodka at a bar in the fridge? It;s always on an optic.
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Ice Cream is at a few C below 0. Frozen ethanol is -110 degrees ... slightly colder


except that the reply was to the OP. who was talking about putting in a household freezer. ie, cooling itself to exactly the same temperature as ice cream.
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wtf are u guys tryin to increase alcohol in vodka for? its already loaded, hell take like 6 shots and you'll be on the floor for 4 hours

more like i'll be buzzing....
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I was just thinking that, when have you ever seen vodka at a bar in the fridge? It;s always on an optic.


depends on the bar. some places keep some spirits in the fridge as well as on optics. but generally, places have them on optics because

a) it saves fridge space
b) its more efficient to use an optic than to individually measure shots
c) its easier to see what spirits the bar has.
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#35
no but it is deadly.

is u consume frozen carbon dioxide from the bubbles in the drink...... ooooo good luck.